South Bend, knows how to party. South Bend, knows how to party. In the state offfffff. The state of Indiana.
Seriously though, Tommy Rees doesn't have much ball protection ability and evidently not much in the area of escapability either. Tip your waitress.
A scientific look into how keeping it real went so wrong for the aforementioned Mr. Rees.
Speaking of not keeping it real, far too many folks out there are hounding student athletes and prospective ones in ways that often cross into the inappropriate. Do better, y'all. Tracking recruiting can be a blast, but remember, these are kids we're talking about, too. Boundaries, common sense, etc.
"I'm not opposed to 1 vs. 4, 2 vs. 3, plus-one concept," Brandon said. "I don't see it as a true playoff system. It's a clever way to come up with one more football game. I'm not sure I call that a playoff, but if it makes everybody feel better, call it a playoff."
"I'm not opposed to eating sliced bread covered in tomato sauce and cheese," Zimmermann said. "I don't see it as a true pizza. It's a clever way to come up with one more way to get relatively inexpensive, mediocre carry out or delivery. I'm not sure I call that a pizza, but if it makes Dave Brandon feel better, call it a pizza."
Spencer Hall in the flow state in the best possible way with this brilliant look to the future for the top 2 picks in the 1998 NFL Draft.
Both should be fine for summer practice and fall ball. Be chill, my Sparty bros.
Hot damn, Wright. Should've told me I'd need to wear the flame retardant glasses today before I devoured that spicy long read.
A primer on tomorrow's pending realignment of almost 25% of college football. Welp.
Arguably the best job in college athletics suddenly finds itself open as the Big 12 gets itself one hell of a commissioner.
Everything you wanted to know about the shooter of next fall, and probably way more.
No wonder I always give pause when trying to figure out where 'X' is.
The Song of the Moment with Aubrey Plaza From Arguably TV's finest, P&R: