So, what’s the over/under on the number of yards Bennett or Mathis would miss a wide open receiver like this?
I could see Kirby tossing a clipboard, but it wouldn’t be for the same reason.
On the bright side, this ain’t happening, either.
2020: the year SEC defenses died.
The newest definition of amateurism boils down to “kids, don’t compete with schools for endorsements“.
However, the proposed rules changes would give schools discretion to prevent athletes from having deals that are deemed to conflict with existing school sponsorship arrangements. These restrictions could put the NCAA at odds with the provisions of laws that have been passed by four states and are set to take effect in the coming months and years.
And late Saturday, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said in a statement to USA TODAY Sports that the restrictions appear to make the proposal “functionally useless” and, as a result, it “will do little to change the current exploitive state of college athletics.”
I don’t know about you, but I’m not finding that particularly inspirational. Hardly surprising, though.
In our podcast this week, Tony asked me if I thought the Harbaugh-Smart comparisons apparently winding their way around the intertubes have any traction. I was skeptical, and that was before I saw this factoid after last night’s latest Michigan blowout:
Losing two games this season that weren’t close sucks, but we’ve got a long way to go before Georgia hits bottom like that.
I haven’t thrown anything in anger at a television screen in a long time, but I gotta admit this tempted me:
Right out of the gate, Feleipe Effing Franks goes where no Georgia quarterback could against that Grantham secondary. Just shoot me and put me out of my misery, will ‘ya?