Thursday, March 28, 2013

Morning Six Pack: March 28, 2013

Holy Thursday, it’s almost Friday! Here are six college football stories from around the country.

Suddenly a grizzled veteran, Deion Belue embraces leadership role in Alabama secondary

Belue started all 14 games as a junior-college transfer in 2012. Now, he's showing some of Alabama's newest defensive backs the ropes.

Penn State is looking for depth this spring…

Penn State is still known as Linebacker U. But linebacker few may be a more proper adage this spring.

Steve Spurrier zings Southern Cal and ESPN, and spring has officially arrived.

Hello again, brief former rival Lane Kiffin:

Auburn notebook: Grant hopes to gain opportunity in backfield

Corey Grant barely sniffed the field for the Tigers in a very poor 2012 season.

Trey Millard On Oklahoma's QB Battle

Oklahoma fullback Trey Millard talks about the quarterback battle developing in spring practice.

Quotable:

Birmingham, or I should say, central Alabama residents are crazy about college sports. Mainly college football, but people in that area think, breathe and sleep college athletics like no other place on the planet.

The passion and fanaticism is off the charts, which is why media moguls like Paul Finebaum are voted by Sports Illustrated this month as one of the top influencers in sports media…even though he’s been off the air and out of sight since January.

So with this thought in mind, how in the world is sports radio in this town currently so freaking bad??

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