Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Morning Six Pack: December 18, 2012

On a cool winter’s morning, nothing warms the heart better than six college football stories from around the country.

Top Irish linemen Martin, Nix won't enter draft

Christmas has come early for the nation's No. 1 team, as Notre Dame will be welcoming back draft prospects Zack Martin and Louis Nix for another season.

Georgia State beats out some big boys for ex-South Carolina LB commit

Georgia State beat out some of the big boys for Kight Dallas, who was committed to South Carolina until last week.

Everybody's All-Americans: Alabama places two stars each on unanimous, consensus rosters

Many student-athletes play college football. Fewer play on the Division I level. Fewer still - substantially fewer still - earn All-America honors.

Ohio State’s Monitoring of Athletes’ Spending Raises Privacy Concerns

Ohio State’s new compliance measures include educating student-athletes on how to budget their money as well as monitoring athletes’ spending habits, which has raised concerns about violations of privacy.

University of Georgia, Nebraska need run control

Georgia gave up 350 rushing yards to Alabama in the Southeastern Conference championship game, but the Bulldogs were downright stingy compared to Nebraska.


"College football has been very good for us. The positive impact that you can have on these young men as players and as people, that's just something that we really enjoy and something that I learned about myself."

"I really enjoy what I'm doing here right now. I'm getting old now. I don't think we've got too many moves left in us. You develop a lot of relationships and loyalties to the players you recruit and the players you have on the team and the people you have in the organization. I don't think it's really fair to leave.

"Maybe I don't always show it and maybe I'm always worried about the next game. I'm happy, I'm very, very happy. I'm very pleased and happy with what we've been able to accomplish here."

"We haven't practiced for two weeks since that game so I haven't had the chance to yell at anybody. We start practice tomorrow so everybody better tie it on."

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