Friday, July 6, 2012

Morning Six Pack: July 06, 2012

imageThis stuff is called the breakfast of champions for a good reason, y’all. Enjoy these six college football stories from around the country.

Urban Meyer loses running back to “unfortunate” injury.

As opposed to umm, the fortunate flavor.

Oklahoma WR Kenny Stills is wearing a dress, a sparkly purple dress


Offensive lineman leaving Penn State

The first clue that offensive lineman Khamrone Kolb was not long for the Penn State football program was his name not appearing on an early-June depth chart.

Ex-Bulldog Crowell will play for Alabama State

Departing the jurisdiction.

Steve Spurrier takes another shot at Georgia

Steve Spurrier of the South Carolina Gamecocks is still taking shots at the Georgia Bulldogs.

Missouri's Schedule Has a Lot of Variables 



As the Frogs wrapped their final season in the WAC in 2000, they learned they would have to enter Conference USA without Franchione, who left TCU for Alabama to replace Mike DuBose. Hyman, who had landed Franchione in his first week on the job, would have to make another inspired hire. As Hyman interviewed a list of candidates that included Iowa State's Dan McCarney, Ohio's Jim Grobe and Middle Tennessee State's Andy McCollum, Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Gil Lebreton made a prediction:

"There are Frogs fans, I must report, who cling to the dream that after another two or three more winning football seasons, the Big 12 Conference -- or some other college football heavyweight -- will come knocking on the TCU door.

"They're dreaming. But this is the kind of public perception that Hyman will have to battle.

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