Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Morning Six Pack: June 19, 2012

imageOnly four weeks until SEC Media Days, y’all. While you mark off another day on the calendar, check out these six college football stories from around the country.

Tide quarterback commit Parker McLeod shines at competition

One week after pledging his commitment to the Crimson Tide, Marietta, Georgia quarterback Parker McLeod headed to Las Vegas to compete in a regional event for the Elite 11 quarterback competition.

Boise State confirms it had discussions with MWC about staying

Boise State caused a slight kerfuffle among media members last month during Big East spring meetings when athletic director Mark Coyle denied any conversations with the Mountain West about staying in the Broncos’ current home. By itself, that’s no biggie…

NC State put up billboards to troll UNC

The NC State Wolfpack has joined the “troll your state rival with a billboard club”. These billboards have been placed in Raleigh, North Carolina on highway entrances. The NC State Wolfpack beat the UNC Tarheels 13-0 in 2011 and they are letting them know it with these billboards.

BCS Executive Director Bill Hancock: ‘I believe a four-team playoff and a bowl system can coexist’

Don't count out the Bowl Championship Series quite yet, so says BCS executive director Bill Hancock in an exclusive interview with Yahoo! Sports and Dr. Saturday.

Arkansas' Peacock gets 10 days in jail for theft

Arkansas offensive lineman Jason Peacock has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor theft charge and been sentenced to 10 days in jail.

Safety returning to Kentucky after sitting out 2011 season

Dakotah Tyler sat out the 2011-2012 school year for what Kentucky described as undisclosed “personal reasons.” This season, however, the defensive back will be back with the Wildcats.

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