Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Morning Six Pack: July 02, 2012

imageFrom the Song of Ninkasi to Gambrinus’ Mug, this stuff has been liquid bread for millennia. Enjoy it, and enjoy these six college football stories from around the country.

Texas A&M needs no help waving 'S-E-C' flag

On the second day of Texas A&M's official Southeastern Conference membership, new athletic director Eric Hyman offered hundreds of Aggies a brief lesson about getting along with their new conference mates.

TCU has a big celebration for its official Big 12 induction

TCU is excited to join the Big 12 — really, really excited. So excited that it decided to hold a New Years Eve-like celebration Sunday in the Fort Worth Stockyards complete with music, dancing and of course fireworks.

Arkansas's Roller Coaster Keeps on Going 

If there's one team that's fighting Tennessee for the title of "most dramatic" in the SEC, it's Arkansas. The Razorbacks might actually take the crown too because it's been going on for longer.

Rich Rodriguez: An easy solution is to feed our players breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Posted by: Pete Roussel on June 2, 2012 Rich Rodriguez believes the talk of college athletes receiving stipends will continue until something is done about it. He believes there's an easy solution…

Even without Crowell, don't dismiss Georgia

The Bulldogs have backfield options as well as Murray and their tough 3-4 defense. (@Banditref is gonna have a blast with this one).


At this stage of his coaching career, Perkins said the perceived status of a job isn't important. And he immediately had a good feeling about the work environment at Jones County.

''It gives me an opportunity to have a little meaning, to hopefully teach something to these young people and also learn some things from them as well,'' Perkins said. ''These are two or three of the most important years in their life. The passion I've had for football has never wavered, so I really jumped at this chance.''

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