Saturday, June 9, 2012

Morning Six Pack: June 09, 2012

imageI wish Lowe’s or Home Depot sold beer. That way, I could get everything I need to screw up my project with one stop. Make that trip AFTER you read these six college football stories from around the country.

What if ... one play had altered the course of college football history?

Can one play alter the course of history? Andy Staples explains how an extra yard from Chris Leak in 2004 could have spawned an eight-team playoff, superconferences and much more.

LSU approves $1 million in raises for Les Miles, assistants

The financial rewards for coaches come after Miles led the Tigers to the BCS national championship game last season.

Brady Hoke: ‘We take that Michigan-Michigan State game very seriously’

Michigan coach Brady Hoke doesn't want any of his rivals to feel slighted. While speaking to the Michigan Associated Press sports editors meeting earlier this week, Hoke said his No. 1 focus is the rivalry with "Ohio," but that doesn't mean he gives any less weight to the game against in-state rival Michigan State.

Recruiting roundup: Notre Dame strikes gold

Notre Dame scores big with pledge from No. 1 OLB Jaylon Smith.

Yankee Stadium still possible for future Army-Notre Dame series

The Army-Notre Dame rivalry has lost nearly all of its luster, but if you’re a nostalgic, there might be some good news for you yet.

PSU's McGloin aims to keep hold of starting QB job

For the first time in three summers, Penn State doesn't have an offseason quarterback quandary.  Coach Bill O'Brien put any suspense to rest last week when he named Matt McGloin the starter. ''I can kind of relax a little now,'' McGloin joked Thursday.

Not so fast, Matt.

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