Thirsty, thirsty Thursday. You might as well get started early: Here are six college football stories from around the country.
See, this is what happens when you take the restraints off of the recruiting process...without checks and balances, state schools in the ACC start using high level math and basic economic principles of supply and demand to draw in recruits.
James Franklin and Vanderbilt were relying on their most experienced defensive tackle in Jared Morse. But yesterday Franklin informed the media that Morse is no longer on the team at this time.
Bowling Green opened up spring practice in the snow on Wednesday. The Falcons took the field at Doyt Perry Stadium with flurries coming down, as preparation for 2013 are under way.
After suspending Eddie Johnson early last month, Miami head coach Al Golden stated he was “hopeful” for the linebacker’s return to the team. While that may ultimately be the case, those prospects certainly aren’t looking good…
Two members of the Arkansas House of Representatives introduced a bill yesterday that would require a game between Arkansas and Arkansas State to be played at War Memorial Stadium.
What are the most important blogs in the SEC? More to the point, what are the most important non-Alabama blogs in the SEC? Why did we not include Alabama blogs on this list? Simple, Alabama fans who visit this site likely already read the excellent Alabama blogs. If not, then you should check out the indefatigable I Bleed Crimson Red, the indomitable Bama Hammer, the influential Roll Bama Roll and for basketball the insightful and perseverant (and there have been lots of difficult times lately) Bama Hoops.
The criteria for our list? Be useful, informative and have a unique voice. Also, have content we want to read.
[ed note: I’m getting too damned old to be called ‘indefatigable,’ but I ain’t gonna quit until they roll me out feet first.]