Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Regis Philbin, who apparently attended and graduated from Notre Dame. Who knew?
• If you’re the last person who hasn’t read it, here’s Yahoo!’s Will Lyles/Oregon story.
• CBS’s Bryan Fischer ponders independence and major football programs.
• The body of Purdue RB Sean Matti was found in a Lake in Indiana. Unspeakably tragic.
• Former UNC DE Mike McAdoo is suing UNC and the NCAA for reinstatement. Nancy Grace is outraged.
• Illinois DL Chris Jones was charged with battery. At least he didn’t have cocaine on him like the last time he was arrested, right?
• Alabama QB A.J. McCarron has a sizable sternum tat. Reason for concern?
• SI.com’s Andy Staples brings the noise with his Cheating for Dummies column.
• SB Nation’s Bill Connelly includes Yo La Tengo in his USF preview. Also, Bill Connelly never stops.
• Neither does Rivals’s’s’s’s’s UCF preview, apparently.
• South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney is officially a South Carolina DE. Must’ve been waiting for all of the AP results to come back.
• Auburn needs a QB. Soon.
• The Big East has defensive lines, so ESPN feels compelled to rank them.
• ESPN’s Brian Bennett echoes what we talked about last week — new Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson is good, but the greatness talk needs to be scaled back.
• The B1G has LBs. But you knew that already.
• A giant combine/tournament is going on on the Nike campus in Portland. ESPN has first-day stories.
• Cincinnati QB Chazz Anderson (DOUBLE Z!) has transferred to Buffalo. RIP multiple Chaz(z)es in the Big East.
• Georgia assistant recruiting coordinator Charles Canton got the hell out of Athens. Peculiar?
• SI.com’s Stewart Mandel looks at the B1G challenges ahead for Nebraska.
• Vanderbilt decided to pull a Stanford and recruit smart kids that can also play football.
• Maryland OL Justin Lewis is now persona non grata in College Park, MD.
• Top incoming Texas DT Quincy Russell failed to qualify for the Longhorns.
• Incoming Alabama RB Dee Hart may have torn an ACL. Or maybe not.
• Rivals profiles new Texas Tech DC Chad Glasgow, who promises to be better than the last guy, Chad Edinburgh.
• The Longhorn Network is getting two 2011 Texas games. Hurray!
Today’s Video of the Day is mustachio’d monkeys being fascinated by an iPod touch. Of course.
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