Friday, October 26, 2012

Morning Six Pack: October 26, 2012

http://lh6.ggpht.com/-bplRHS6qLtE/T_OHqP-CAtI/AAAAAAAADp4/YdD75tuAcHM/image_thumb%25255B2%25255D.png?imgmax=800Gameday eve! Gameday eve! Relax and enjoy these six college football stories from around the country.

Mathieu arrested for drug possession

Tyrann Mathieu and three other former LSU football players have been arrested on drug-related charges, a Baton Rouge-based television station reported Thursday on its web site.

Sam Accursio brings passion to UAB football program

Sam Accursio doesn't ask for much, but he knows how he wants to be remembered when he leaves UAB.

Week 9: NCAA teams with something to prove

Ooooooooklahoma, look which team's now whipping down the plain.

Mullen brings consistency to MSU - Alabama

Dan Mullen is in the midst of his best start as the fourth-year head coach of the Mississippi State Bulldogs. To make it a historic season, though, he'll have to take his team to the next level.

The Front Seven tackles the weekend's top games

The annual Florida-Georgia tilt in Jacksonville and a Notre Dame visit to Oklahoma highlight the weekend's big games.

Quotable:

Arkansas is now out of the doghouse. It’s important for a variety of reasons, including Long’s search for a new football coach.
Long is able to tell candidates that the school is clear of the NCAA. That, he said, is a selling point.

Long also must weigh candidates’ history with compliance. A candidate with a history of or the perceived history of NCAA trouble might not immediately be ruled out, but Long said he is very interested in a coach’s track record.

“We’ve established that this is the type of place you’ll come if you want to play by the rules,” Long said. “That’s our expectation here.”

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