Summertime, and the postin’ is easy.

There’s all kinds of stuff to peek at on the ‘Net this morning:

  • A couple of more looks at what the Comcast-Big Ten Network deal means:  War is hell and It’s gonna cost you, SEC fans.
  • Sunday Morning Quarterback analyzes the past, present and future of the Georgia Tech program.  This factoid can’t be grounds for optimism:  “None of Navy’s actual BCS conference victims came anywhere near a winning record.”  (By the way, I don’t think anyone will ever come up with a more pithy summary of the Chan Gailey era than Ian Cohen did in this post header.)
  • Some thoughts on speed from HeismanPundit and ESPN’s Bruce Feldman.  (Basically, there’s two kinds of speed in this world – foot speed and football speed.)
  • 21 scholarship players have left the University of Louisville program since the spring of 2007 (h/t The Wizard of Odds)Jeebus. You folks at Arkansas sure better hope Petrino sticks around for a while.
  • Dude, it’s time to get out of your mom’s basement.

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One response to “Summertime, and the postin’ is easy.

  1. dean

    Man! I didn’t know they still made those magnetic, vibrating football thing-amah-jigs anymore. I had one growing up and even then thought it was a rip off. If I’m jonesin’ that bad for some football I play NCAA ’08 and beat the crap out of tech or florida for umpteenth time.