Thank God for quiet offseasons and six normal college football stories from around the country, with an SEC flavor.
Alabama spent $3.4 million on its seven-day Miami trip for the BCS Championship Game, according to the university's NCAA bowl expense report obtained by AL.com today.
The program starts at 10:30 a.m. CDT Tuesday in New York.
Or, to be technically correct, never-used players. Either way, Kentucky and Michigan became the latest team to face post-spring attrition, with the former losing a player on the offensive side of the ball and one on the defensive side.
University of Tennessee All-American and NFL superstar Reggie White of Chattanooga will be honored by the Pro Football of Fame and Allstate Insurance Company next Monday morning at his high school alma mater.
New testimony related to Nevin Shapiro's on-going bankruptcy backs up at least some of the former UM booster's claims of NCAA rule violations.
When asked Monday whether media should be involved in the playoff committee, Stoops said "Oh, hell no."