Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Morning Six Pack: May 08, 2012

imageAs rich as homebrewed Ale farts, here are six college football stories from around the country. You’ve been warned…

Bear Bryant Foresaw College Football Playoff

Just click the link and read what the AP report credited Paul Bryant with, more than three decades ago. What took so long, y’all?

Notre Dame to wear cleats resembling Irish flag

Irish players will have shoes stripped with green, white and orange in season opener on Sept. 1.

But watch out for the hooligans. And, Leprechauns.

Leach sounds off on Craig James, other issues

Mike Leach may have been out of coaching for two seasons, but it doesn't appear his opinions on Craig James and other subjects have mellowed. The Washington State coach was holding a Q&A on Reddit when asked about James, who helped engineer his departure from Texas Tech at the end of the 2009 season and the possibility of facing his former school.

Federal judge won't dismiss case against Tommy Tuberville

Whoops…

A federal judge has denied a motion to dismiss the civil lawsuit against former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville that alleges a hedge fund he helped manage defrauded clients of more than $1.7 million.

Sex offender arrested.

Ick. Just, ick.

The Kentucky-based sex offender who has interacted with Ohio State football players has been arrested, according to the Boyd County Detention Center web site. Kentucky State Police arrested Charles Waugh, 31, on Monday after he failed to meet the terms of the Kentucky Sexual Offender Registry, the Portsmouth (Ohio) Daily Times reported Monday.

Silly Season in Austin: Three UT players arrested

Three Texas Longhorns football players were arrested and charged with failure to obey a lawful order after police were called to a disturbance in Austin on Monday morning.Defensive end Alex Okafor, safety Kenny Vaccaro and tight end Barrett Matthews were all hit with the misdemeanor charge, while former player Eryon Barnett was charged with failure to identify himself, KXAN.com reported.

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