Can you really stand an egg on its end today? Or should you just crack and enjoy it with these six college football stories from around the country?
Financial terms were, not surprisingly, absent from the release from the Big East.
Gators sophomore offensive lineman D.J. Humphries arrived at UF in January 2012 with the kind of accolades that made some wonder if he would start from day one.
Didn’t have the “chest.”
Florida State opens spring practice on Wednesday, and Jimbo Fisher previewed things in a long press conference Monday.
Running back Marcus Lattimore plans to show off the progress in his injured right knee at South Carolina's pro day next week.
“He just hit me with a little counter inside head fake and went back out,” Richardson recalled. “That was really his bread-and-butter the whole game. I just kinda got lazy with my footwork that play and he beat me. It was the fourth quarter and we were moving down the field pretty quick. I thought I was in the groove of things but just for some reason, he got me. He is a big-time player.”
“I have it marked on my calendar [Oct. 19 in Knoxville] when we play them again,” Richardson said. “It’s going to be a good challenge for me. He is, hands down, the best defensive end in the nation. I took responsibility for that play last year.
“I was really disappointed. Of course, you want to be 100 percent but also because that is when the game was on the line, and big-time players have to make those plays when the game is on the line. That was just a little technique flaw by me. Little things like that are what makes the difference. I just can’t do that.”