Sunday, June 10, 2012

Morning Six Pack: June 10, 2012

imageAhh, fermentation. The greatest invention since fire and the idea that you need these six college football stories from around the country.

Jalen Saunders and Cortez Johnson applying for waivers

OU coach Bob Stoops said incoming transfers Jalen Saunders and Cortez Johnson have applied for waivers to play this season. Both players left their respective programs after coaching changes.

Ex-Kentucky football player will get artificial leg back

Fred Robinson lost his prosthetic leg while swimming over Memorial Day weekend and was surprised to learn the $30,000 device was found.

There’s something different about Alabama’s next recruiting class

One quarterback a year was Alabama’s pace on the recruiting trail. That could change in February. Parker McLeod became the second passer in as many months to commit to the Crimson Tide’s Class of 2013.

Beaver coaches give QB Mannion cap’n status

Sean Mannion took over for Ryan Katz as Oregon State’s starting quarterback early in the 2011 season, which led Katz this offseason to transfer to San Diego State for his last year of eligibility. It was expected that Mannion would be the Beavers’ starter under center heading into 2012.

LSU official: Mark Emmert “is not coming back”

Shooting down rumor floated last week in SportsbyBrooks’ tweet.

Hot Corner: Auburn chases Tide's machine

Alabama is coming off the best overall sports year in the progam's history with four national championships -- football, gymnastics, women's golf and softball. What will the Tide's amazing success have on its cross-state rival, Auburn?

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