A little nosh for you…
- Kevin Sumlin says TAMU’s spring football game is worthless for his team.
- Here’s a look at who’s in the mix to start at quarterback in Clemson’s opener against Georgia.
- John Infante suggests that Mark Cuban take on AAU ball instead of the NCAA.
- Greg McGarity, on piped-in music at Sanford Stadium: “…we have an opportunity to do certain things that will get our crowd excited in a proactive manner, rather than in a reactive manner.” I have no idea what that means.
- Michael Elkon has an intriguing look at how the unionization effort by the Northwestern players might impact college football transfer rules.
- Nick Saban says he’s powerless to remove an injured player on the field playing a HUNH offense (”So you can’t do anything. You’ve got to call timeout to get a guy out. And if you tell a guy to get down, that’s really against the rules, and they boo him out of the park.”). Mark Lewis, the NCAA’s executive vice president for championships and alliances, emphasized that an injury timeout already exists. Good to see everyone’s on the same page.
- With Gary Pinkel’s latest raise, nine SEC head coaches make more than $3 million per year.
- Athlon ranks the 10 best SEC quarterbacks of the BCS era.