Monday, June 4, 2012

Morning Six Pack: June 04, 2012

imageMonday? Ouch. Beer? Ahh. And these six college football stories from around the country.

Bobby Petrino Continues His Arkansas Liquidation

First it was his house (that has since sold), then it was his lake house, then it was the infamous motorcycle, or what was left of it, and now, it seems, that Bobby Petrino is getting rid of all of his various Arkansas incidentals.

Report: Arrested OSU players banned indefinitely

Ohio State senior starters Jake Stoneburner and Jack Mewhort have been suspended indefinitely after their arrest Saturday, according to a report in The Blade of Toledo, Ohio.

Your move, Oregon.

Arizona Wildcats Greg Byrne created quite a buzz when he disclosed recently that the football team would, on occasion, wear copper helmets.

Sports of The Times: Alcorn State Hire Puts Spotlight on Black Football Coaches

There has been mixed reaction to the hiring of Jay Hopson, who is white, to coach the football program at Alcorn State, a historically black university.

Sandusky legal strategy to hinge on key question

The case against Jerry Sandusky, whose trial begins Tuesday with jury selection, could boil down to a simple question: Will the young men who claim the former Penn State assistant football coach sexually abused them be viewed as credible witnesses?

Former WVU RB coming back in admin role

Nearly a decade after finishing his career at West Virginia, running back Quincy Wilson is coming back to his alma mater. Head coach Dana Holgorsen announced on Twitter that Wilson would be joining the program as director of player development.

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