Monday, August 13, 2012

Morning Six Pack: August 13, 2012

imageThe Morning Six Pack returns after a one-day hiatus. Enjoy these six college football stories from around the country.

Penn St. trustees support NCAA action

They didn't take a formal vote, but the vast majority of Penn State trustees voiced support for the university president's acceptance of severe penalties imposed by the NCAA.

Texas Tech loses lineman to season-ending injury

After Matt Wilson partially tore the ACL in his right knee during Texas Tech’s spring practice, surgically repairing the injury was considered but ruled out as it would have cost the offensive lineman the entire 2012 season. Unfortunately, that’s turned out to be the case anyway.

QB says he can beat Usain Bolt in 40-yard dash

Heisman hopeful Denard Robinson says that he could top gold medalist Usain Bolt in a 40-yard dash.

Ball makes appearance after assault

Montee Ball made his first public appearance since the Wisconsin running back was assaulted Aug. 1 near campus, speaking Sunday at Camp Randall Stadium during the Badgers' media day.

USC's Lane Kiffin relinquishes vote in coaches poll

Southern California football coach steps down from panel after comments last week concerning his choice as No.1 team.


Where have you gone, Tim Tebow?

Our region turns its disappointed eyes to you.

While Tim's in New York working to be­come a viable NFL quarterback, what he was in the college ranks is sorely missed. College football needs another Tebow. It likely needs several.

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