Humping right along on a bitter Wednesday morning with these six college football stories from around the country.
Thanks to Bama, FSU could feature more blitzing than previous years
Do you have Johnny Manziel fatigue yet? If you don’t, you may want to check your pulse. Manziel has self-imposed his own Twitter ban in an attempt to keep his personal life more private.
Murray, the senior three-year starter, had an excused absence to receive the "Peach of an Athlete" role model award in Atlanta. The award recognizes excellence on the field, in the classroom and in the community.
'My time will come around,' says Lee, who will be a junior in the fall and remains sidelined by a knee injury. He is expected to be a Heisman front-runner and eventual first-round NFL draft pick.
Not so unexpectedly, East Carolina will continue to be without its leading rusher for the foreseeable future. Running back Vintavious Cooper was arrested earlier this month and charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
"You have to play good every snap. Every play is important. Every snap, you've got to have some passion for what you're doing. Just out here milling around, position on the football, all that stuff is going to get you beat."
Stoops was then asked if they got "Angry Coach Stoops."
"They got it. They did," he said. "With them, I try to be positive, I tell them the truth. I'm always going to tell them the truth. There's no games with me, where today is on my calendar to get after them. That's not it. If they need (someone) to get after it, they'll get it."