Not much spare time today...
We don’t run into much of any negative recruiting around here as SEC coaches," Spurrier said. "We were involved with a player who was being recruited by a Big Ten school. They got negative a little bit with, ‘There’s a lot of crime in Columbia, the big city. They don’t graduate their players,’ which was completely untrue. They searched for a little bit of everything, but the player came with us anyways."
Based on everything I have here, I'm going to guess this Big Ten coach was someone on Bo Pelini's staff at Nebraska.
Michigan 70 - Ohio State 60: Storming Columbus - Maize n Brew
The Wolverines pull out the road win in Columbus.
OSU started hot, but Michigan was the better team for too long for the Buckeyes to overcome.
Gene Stephenson Among College Hall Of Fame Selections - BaseballAmerica.com
Gene Stephenson joins brother Phil in the National College Baseball Hall of Fame.
Minnesota Baseball: A Quick Gopher Baseball Preview as Season Begins This Week - The Daily Gopher
Gopher baseball does not get a lot of coverage here on TDG but every once in a while I try to give updates on one of athletic department's more successful programs; revenue or non-revenue.
Arkansas Razorbacks coach says new baseball isn't enough - ESPN
Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn has reservations about the new baseball the college game plans to use beginning in 2015.
Crews could find artifacts from the Civil War, Native Americans or even Mastodons on the historic site.
Just thought it was interesting.
Is there any relationship between penalties and defensive performance at the college level of football?
Nebraska has been penalized a lot under Bo Pelini. We know the holding and false start penalties all too well, but this last season they weren't as apparent as they'd been before. Defensively though.... here's an article pointing out that teams who are better defensively typically are more penalized. Hmmm.....