Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Morning Six Pack: August 21, 2012

imageSix college football stories from around the country. Please enjoy responsibly.

'Frosted Razorback Red' Pop Tarts Soon Available From Kellogg's

Arkansas is one of five colleges that will soon have its own brand of Pop Tart.

Hootie & the Blowfish's Rucker talks ACC smack

The lead singer of Hootie and the Blowfish took time to deliver a special, heartfelt message to Clemson.

Crimson Tide developing character with characters

Who's the coolest? The funniest? The toughest?

We heard this story last year, didn’t we?

Chick Soccer Mo Isom star hoping to make history as first female to play for LSU football team.

WAC Won't Be a Football Conference Beyond 2012

The commissioner of the Western Athletic Conference said Monday that it has become apparent the league won't have enough football members to compete after this season.


At this point, the competition between Kiehl Frazier and Clint Moseley has drug on long enough. Moseley has said his injured throwing shoulder still limits his passing arsenal. Either Frazier has taken advantage of a two-man quarterback race that only features one healthy quarterback, or he hasn’t. If it’s the latter, the Tigers’ season is already off on the wrong foot.

 It’s clear this competition has lingered longer than coach Gene Chizik would have liked. He said as much Friday night after practice. While there is “no chance,” Chizik said, of Auburn entering the season without naming a starter, each day matters.

The longer Auburn waits, the less time it has to prepare for Clemson – and the rest of its season – with one player at the most important position on the field.

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