Rise and shine, peeps.
- A Big 12 championship game could mean as much as $2.5 million-$3 million per school each season, but Bob Bowlsby claims the odds are no better than 50-50 that the conference suits will have a vote on it. Uh hunh, right.
- Deposed Mizzou president says football player’s strike was “the equivalent of throwing gasoline on a small fire”, but he is “willing to accept some of the responsibility for what happened”. That’s mighty white of him.
- Further tales from the wussification: “You can’t assume this is safe for these guys anymore, which is a bummer.”
- Ian Boyd explains why the free safety is the most important position against the spread.
- Here’s an early (way too early?) look at Georgia’s 2016 depth chart. Kendall Baker seems to be a guy to keep an eye on.
- With regard to recruiting rankings, Bill Connelly posits that the ‘Bama bump is real. And it’s
- Stewart Mandel hits on the same thing I noted a couple of days ago about the direction Big Ten recruiting is taking these days: “There’s a twinge of hypocrisy to see this happening up north, where fans have long cast aspersions at Southern schools for what they perceived to be ethically questionable methods of ‘roster management.'” You’ve come a long way, baby!