Alabama junior tight end Brian Vogler has seen what everyone else saw Saturday.
Joker Phillips decided to continue his nightmare-inducing recruiting tactics earlier this morning.
Tre Mason has been battling an ankle injury, Corey Grant thinks he can be a burner in the offense and Cameron Artis-Payne has shone as a bigger-bodied back who can make one-cut and go in Auburn's inside runs.
Nobody saw Josh Beard's remarkable 2009 football season coming.
The Penn State athletic department's latest financial report shows revenue declined by $7.9 million, or nearly 7 percent, last year to more than $108 million.
Reilly Gibbons, who's listed at 6-foot-5 and 285 pounds, insists that his mind is made up. He's the fourth offensive lineman already committed to Miami for the incoming 2014 class, joining three other South Florida products — K.C. McDermott and Nick Linder (both of whom have brothers already on the Hurricanes' offensive line) and Trevor Darling.
"The spring games are coming up and I wanted a lot of other kids to see this and see that Miami is the place to go," Gibbons said. "We have the best offensive line in the country now. I believe that in my heart. And if someone's out there and on the ropes because of the NCAA scandal, I hope seeing me committing and other kids committing brings them over."