An ale a day keeps the saddies away. And these six college football stories from around the country to start your day.
Penn State University will remove the famed statue of Joe Paterno outside its football stadium, eliminating a key piece of the iconography surrounding the once-sainted football coach accused of burying child sex abuse allegations.
Top of the ticket for induction ceremony.
A Colorado State University football recruit and a former Winona State football player were among dozens of people wounded at a movie complex in Aurora, Colorado.
Just a handful of days before the start of summer camp, BYU has taken an unexpected hit to its depth at the running back position.
Last year Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples penned a column in the pre-season that made an interesting assertion; Alabama's Barrett Jones deserved to be in the discussion for the Heisman Trophy.
Pinkel, however, is not the only college football coach who, like Penn State's students and fans, is struggling with how to absorb all this.
Paterno was more than a coach at Penn State. He was like a father figure to the entire campus. He was more than a member of the college football coaching fraternity. He was its sergeant at arms.