Handcuffed to a fence in Mississippi??? Oh well… Enjoy these six college football stories from around the country.
The Crimson Tide plays two of its first three outside state borders for the first time since 1988. And the task this time is considerably harder than it was then. This season, it's Michigan in Arlington, Texas, and Arkansas in Fayetteville. Then, it was Temple in Philadelphia and Kentucky in Lexington. Auburn plays its first two games away from home – Clemson in Atlanta and Mississippi State in Starkville. Last time that happened: 1984, when the Tigers opened 0-2 by losing to Miami at a neutral site and at Texas.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Michigan senior defensive tackle Will Campbell faces two counts of malicious destruction of property stemming from an incident in Ann Arbor.
Luke Del Rio, who moved to Colorado from Florida just a few months ago after his father, Jack Del Rio, was named the defensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos, received an offer last Friday from Oklahoma State. After thinking it over for a week, the signal caller has decided to commit to the Cowboys.
After transferring from Florida for "personal family issues," Graham Stewart has enrolled in his home state at UConn.
Included in the barrage was newsletters, typed letters and a handwritten letter from each coach. There was no word whether one of the letters required Mack to check a box telling Georgia Tech whether he liked them back.
"Now is the time to do something like this. We have got to make an investment in football. We are behind in the Sun Belt with that kind of facility and it's a point we need to deal with."
And now… Jim White’s Handcuffed to a Fence in Mississippi