Monday, May 7, 2012

Morning Six Pack: May 07, 2012

image Beer Pong on Monday. Why not. Six college football stories from around the country.

NCAA sanctions could reduce Miami commits

Of Miami's five football oral commitments for 2013, two of the top ones - South Plantation's Alex Collins (rivals.com's 14th best running back) and South Fort Myers safety Jayron Kearse (former NFL star Jevon's nephew) said harsh NCAA sanctions could make them look elsewhere.

Roethlisberger gets his degree

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has graduated from Miami University in southwest Ohio, about nine years after leaving school for the NFL.

Is Alabama’s Football Program Experiencing the Fatigue Factor?

Is the NFL draft just one more straw that could break the camel’s back when it comes the Alabama fatigue factor? What is the Alabama fatigue factor? Well if you’re not an owner of Crimson Tide gear, you may not even have noticed that this national fatigue factor is growing with each Alabama and Nick Saban success.

But is does exist and it is growing.

UCLA QB battle to go into fall camp

Wrapping up the 2012 spring practices yesterday was UCLA, which will begin the Jim Mora era this year. Outside of a coaching overhaul, though, not much else seems to be changing for the Bruins. Mora still hasn’t decided on a quarterback…

Arkansas adjusts to Smith's coaching style

Knile Davis unintentionally offered the deepest insight into how the personality of the Arkansas football team has changed in the weeks since Bobby Petrino's firing and John L. Smith's hiring as his replacement.

Southern Miss player part of group arrested for robbery

Jamal Woodyard named as one of three men arrested following a struggle and robbery in Fairhope, Alabama Friday night.

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