By now to have to have heard and seen all about the football uniforms Maryland was wearing last night Miami, but ow there’s just not pictures out there of the uni’s… there’s this video, which shows the jerseys in all their hideousness.
All colleges are not created equal. USC for example has an abnormally large amount of hot chicks that go to their school and as some visual evidence we have a video here that was shot of the tailgating festivities from their opener against Minnesota this weekend. [via]
College football players beware, the NFL is now making you pay for your past sins. Firs it was Terrelle Pryor who was served with a five game suspension for violating NCAA rules and now today word comes that Jimmy Tressel must sit six games before he can officially become the Colts new “game day coordinator” for what he did at Ohio State.
And while some wold say it’s wrong what the NFL is doing, I applaud them. It’s about time that the NFL stop allowing players and coaches to simply jump to the pros to escape punishment from the NCAA…. and I’d like to see this extended to the NBA and MLB. This is the only way that the NCAA is ever going to curb all the violations.
What a lovely opening to the college football season we had this weekend. We had great games, stunning upsets, amazing catches, and some bad ass kick returns (like the one above)… and we’ve got them all the top plays for you in a two minute video below.
Yesterday USC secondary coach Willie Garza shocked everyone when it was reported that he would be resigning immediately for “personal reasons”, jut days before the Trojans opener on Saturday against Minnesota.
But despite what Garza is giving for his resignation, CBS Sports says sources have told them that his “resignation was a direct result of his involvement with former scout Will Lyles and a related NCAA probe into possible recruiting violations”.
West Virginia might start selling beer in their stadium this season, but it doesn’t come without concessions. In the good ol’s days if a student burned a couch it’d be classified as a violation of the misdemeanor malicious burning ordinance and they’d have to ay a measly $1000… but now police in Morgantown are saying starting this season they’re going to “take a more serious approach.”
Meaning they’re going to upgrade the offense to third and fourth-degree state arson, a conviction that could carry one to three year prison sentence. Fxck the police! [via]