Thursday, August 30, 2012

Morning Six Pack: August 30, 2012

imageThis is it. Now, you behave yourselves. And slow down, Here are your six college football stories from around the country. Ok, I can’t calm down, either. IT’S HERE, Y’ALL.

Miss. St. disassociates from booster

I say again… Can’t even cheat right.

Preparations for Michigan

The football team held a two-hour practice on Wednesday at the Hank Crisp Indoor Facility as it continued preparations for the season opener against Michigan.

TIgers to use running back by committee vs. Clemson

Good luck, y’all. It should be productive—they gave up 70 once… LOL

Former RB says Irish need bad guys

Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick took exception Wednesday to comments by former Irish running back and current radio analyst Allen Pinkett, who said a team needs to have some bad guys.

Time to find out if rebuilding has worked

Texas: Time to find out if rebuilding has worked [...] the guy who threw eight interceptions and only four touchdown passes last year needs to prove he has improved as much as his coaches say.


No C-USA team begins the season ranked, but there will be some early opportunities in non-conference to make statements on the national stage.

UCF plays Ohio State and Missouri; SMU will take a Southwest Conference reunion tour with games against Baylor, Texas A&M and TCU; and Southern Miss plays a what-were-you-thinking schedule that includes Nebraska, Boise State and Louisville during the opening month. Marshall and UTEP have tough season openers against West Virginia and Oklahoma, respectively.

Levine said Houston is not focused on the move to the Big East.

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