An Abbreviated Corn Flakes this morning....
It should say something about the people of Nebraska’s devotion to their football team that the only thing in the last 52 years that has kept them from selling out their stadium was an imminent threat of nuclear war.
Charlie Weis out as Kansas University football coach | KUsports.com
Okay Kansas, you're stupid. Now what?
The nation's first Power 5 coaching search of the season is underway.
Tim Beck, a candidate? Why would he do that?
With regards to Brady Hoke keeping Shane Morris in the game while he was apparently injured, the Michigan Athletic Department released the following statement:
Below is a statement from University of Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke:
"The safety of our student-athletes is always our top priority. We generally never discuss the specifics of a student-athlete's medical care, but Shane Morris was removed from yesterday's game against Minnesota after further aggravating an injury to his leg that he sustained earlier in the contest. He was evaluated by our experienced athletic trainers and team physicians, and we're confident proper medical decisions were made. The University of Michigan has a distinguished group of Certified Athletic Trainers and team physicians who are responsible for determining whether or not a player is physically able to play. Our coaches have no influence or authority to make determinations if or when an injured player returns to competition. The health and welfare of our student-athletes is and will continue to be a top priority."
Shane Morris, already laboring, took a helmet-to-helmet hit in the fourth quarter vs. Minnesota that left him wobbly and seemingly concussed. And then Brady Hoke did the unspeakable, which is why Michigan should fire him immediately.
Hoke certainly gave them an opening.
Let's be honest. If Hoke were winning games, the article above doesn't get written. He'll be fired for his performance, not what happened in the Minnesota game.