- Could CTE lead to the death of football? I’m not sure which possibility depresses me more – that it might, or that football would seek an exemption from liability.
- From prison, Nevin Shapiro is threatening to get medieval on Miami’s ass.
- My math skills aren’t the best, but I believe Tavarres King is predicting that Aaron Murray will throw more than fifty touchdown passes this season. I blame Bobo for his exuberance, of course.
- John Infante points out that college athletics isn’t as big an enterprise as we give it credit for sometimes.
- It’s a shame recruits change their commitments without thinking about the people they really hurt – the writers making predictions about where they’ll land.
- More concern about ditching the Auburn-Georgia rivalry.
- Add Mike Huguenin to the list of those who think Jon Fabris was a misunderstood man before his time: “What it might lead to, though, is more directional kickoffs. Punters can do it, so why not kickers, too? If the rule indeed is changed, look for more “pooch” kickoffs, which could mean a radical change for special teams coaches. Do you want a guy who can boom the ball through the end zone, or do you want a guy who is adept at kicking the ball high and placing it around the 15 or so?”