Sunday, June 17, 2012

Morning Six Pack: June 17, 2012

imageThey’re cold. They’re clear. They’re crisp. They’re six college football stories from around the country.

Can Texas A&M and Missouri cut it in the SEC?

Newest SEC members plot strategies to compete in a different league.

BCS on verge of historic move to postseason playoff

But lots of details need to be worked out regarding money and selection process. And surely questions will arise.

SEC nonconference games you won't want to miss

After kicking around the idea at its recent spring meetings in Destin, Fla., the Southeastern Conference decided against expanding the league schedule from eight to nine games.

Ex-Ohio State lineman transferring to Minnesota

Earlier this week, Ohio State center Brian Bobek hinted that he could be leaning to either a Big Ten or Big 12 school — the latter was believed to be West Virginia — as a possible destination for transfer. Saturday, Bobek put all speculation to rest.

Gators add defensive lineman to '13 class

Florida coach Will Muschamp picked up defensive lineman Joey Ivie following Saturday's minicamp, giving him two commitments in the last three days.

No workouts for Woods

With crippling NCAA sanctions, USC can afford none of these injuries. Woods continues to suffer inflammation after surgery last season.

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