As I mentioned a couple of times this week, I was relatively copacetic about Texas A&M trying to make a game of it in the fourth quarter, but let me just say, if I’m sitting in BDS Saturday watching Tech with the ball in its hand in the fourth quarter and a chance to tie or take the lead, I’m gonna be one PO’d mofo.
“… the whole success vision of the student-athlete” — it’s impressive how the NCAA keeps coming up with these empty phrases completely devoid of meaning and tries to pass them off as profound, convincing concepts.
You know, in a way, it’s a shame Urban Meyer is such a flawed human being.
Fascinating insight by Urban Meyer on how he used to track the opposing HC on the opposite sideline to get a tell in the kicking game. Also makes me wonder what Bill Belichick was able to pick up on from Sean McVay. He wanted to know exactly where he was in the Super Bowl… pic.twitter.com/u3cbg9MWmR
Gene Smith told The Lantern one of the reasons he stepped down from the College Football Playoff committee was that he was “uncomfortable” with two-loss Georgia ranking ahead of Ohio State before bowl season in 2018:https://t.co/r0fWXV383R
First of all, it’s a textbook example of why athletic directors have no business serving on the selection committee. It’s impossible to avoid conflicts of interest when major powers are in play and ADs from P5 conferences are voters.