Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Morning Six Pack: June 13, 2012

imageCame home half drunk because you ran out of money? Don’t worry, here are six college football stories from around the country. Hiccup.

Accused Auburn shooter Desmonte Leonard in Montgomery jail

Accused Auburn shooter Desmonte Leonard is in the Montgomery County Jail after turning himself in to U.S. Marshals and the FBI on Tuesday night. The decision to surrender in Montgomery brought to an end a three-day manhunt involving nine government agencies for the man police say killed three and wounded three more at Auburn apartment complex Saturday night.

Deadline Approaching for Gator Walk Brick Placement

With the 2012 Gator football season only 2 months away, fans are encouraged to secure their place in Gator history with the purchase of a brick on the Gator Walk. Thousands of fans have immortalized their names as part of the Gator Walk Brick Program.

Knile Davis Shows Off the New Arkansas Unis

Much has been made of the uniform changes at Arkansas for the upcoming season.  Potential designs have been leaked over the past few weeks to mixed reviews.  no comes actual bona fide evidence of what’s likely to come from the official unveiling on Wednesday.

BCS meetings promise playoff talks but little in way of solutions

One day, college football bosses espouse a plus-one. The next, it's the best four teams in a playoff. Dennis Dodd says while most all agree a playoff system is needed, don't expect these BCS meetings to foster a remedy.

Dabo Swinney says the Big 12 rumors have hurt Clemson's recruiting efforts.

Today, one day before hosting the nation's top player in defensive end Robert Nkemdiche on an unoffical visit, Swinney expressed his frustration.

Swinney told, "Listen, if you want to know what going to the Big 12, how that's going to affect football at Clemson, I've live it for about the last month.  And it's been very negative.  It's been very negative."

Ford's No. 48 Michigan jersey will resurface

Talk about the Presidential treatment. For one member of the 2012 Michigan football team, that's exactly what he'll be getting this fall: the chance to honor former U.S. President Gerald Ford by donning his No. 48 jersey for the season.Ford is one of just three former U.S. Presidents to play college football -- the others were Ronald Reagan (Eureka (Ill.) College) and Dwight Eisenhower (Army) -- and was named team MVP as a linebacker in 1934.

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