Great Sunday; up yours, Monday. At least we have these six college football stories from around the country.
Not one week after being charged with speeding and driving after consuming alcohol while younger than 21, South Carolina quarterback Tanner McEvoy is back with the team.
New Crimson Tide offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier calls Alabama "a wonderful, wonderful place" and goes to work trying to make a good system better.
It took Duron Carter only two practices to run into problems at his new school, Florida Atlantic. Carter, the transfer from Alabama, was sent off the field by FAU wide receivers coach Jeff Sims.
AUBURN - Perhaps no player — certainly on offense — earned more praise last week than freshman quarterback Jonathan Wallace.
Mack Brown thinks the NCAA isn't changing rules quickly enough. At least, not for football. Brown stated, "We are about 18 months behind basketball.”
The season will be historic, if not classic. The Miami rivalry is renewed on Oct. 6 at Soldier Field. The Irish travel to Oklahoma on Oct. 27. The USC game is in L.A. The Irish play six games away from South Bend, not exactly conducive to a turnaround.
But if the quarterback position doesn't get fixed first and quickly, Kelly's fourth season at Notre Dame is going to open against a familiar opponent of Irish coaches lately.