Monday, February 4, 2013

Morning Six Pack: February 4, 2013

Cheer up, football fans. Football is over until August, but you can still keep up with these six college football stories from around the country.

Georgia's Mark Richt has hip replacement surgery

Richt was "fine" but remained in the hospital on Sunday.

Countdown to Signing Day: Over past 4 years, Alabama has stockpiled early enrollees

The Crimson Tide welcomed 28 early enrollees from 2010-2012. It will add nine for spring practice in March.

Auburn recruiting - Speculation continues to surround Foster: Tigers pick up two more commitments

With several five-star recruits on campus for official visits, it was the sudden departure of one which consumed the minds of Auburn fans on Sunday with National Signing Day right around the corner on Wednesday.

Texas regents plan to review relationship policy

University of Texas regents Sunday ordered a review of policies regarding inappropriate relationships between employees and students after a two-hour, private telephone meeting to discuss recent incidents.

Manziel tops way-too-early 2013 Heisman odds

In Bovada‘s first set of odds for the 2013 Heisman Trophy, and as expected, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is the odds-on favorite at 4-1 for a stiff-armed repeat.

Quotable:

During his official visit to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga this weekend, Robertsdale (Ala.) High School senior Alphonso Stewart had an interesting reaction to Saturday morning's snowfall.

"It was a big surprise, but I wanted it to snow," said the wide receiver from south Alabama -- Robertsdale is about halfway between Mobile and Pensacola, Fla. "[Receivers coach Will Healy] thought I wouldn't like the snow and was worried I would change my mind about Chattanooga, but I was really hoping it would snow."

Stewart, who had committed to Jacksonville State the previous weekend following an official visit, was in Chattanooga on Friday and Saturday with his mother, aunt and younger sister. He said the trip could not have been any better.

"Everything went exactly how I wanted it to go," Stewart said…

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