Today’s Chorus is brought to you by former Tufts University student Jessica Biel. Fun Fact: I once saw her execute a perfect flip throw-in during a club soccer game like twelve years ago. More Fun Facts: Tufts is known as the Jumbos, wears baby blue, and went 1-7 last year. They basically own Hamilton.

• Oregon is willing to comply with any questions the NCAA has regarding their use of recruiting services. While they’re at it, I wouldn’t be completely against the NCAA forcing Oregon to institute quality late night food establishments on 13th St. Do what needs to be done, guys.

• ESPN’s David Ubben recaps a somewhat eventful weekend in the Big 12 (Iowa State arrests!). Excuse me, eventful for early March.

• Northwestern QB Dan Persa is still healing from his achilles injury. I have the video to prove it. Fine, ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg has the video.

• Virginia Tech went to the Orange Bowl — yaaaay!!!! Virginia Tech lost $1.6 million doing so — awwwww!!!

• CBS’s Bryan Fischer visited Rutgers and talked to coach Greg Schiano about the progress of paralyzed DT Eric LeGrand and the future of Rutgers football.

If there’s an NFL lockout, playing on Sundays could maybe sort of become a college football option, but probably kind of.

• Tim Tebow and Urban Meyer get caught up in the forbidden dance at Disneyworld.

• Washington players have been exercising. Good idea, guys.

• Rivals’s Mike Huguenin (pronounced An-der-son) looks at problematic 2011 defensive position situations.

• Rivals also previews Utah going into the spring. This includes the casual inclusion of a possible new QB named “Griff.”

• Virginia fans took Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow” and made it “Blue and Orange.” It’s so much worse than you think it is.

A former Auburn basketball player also threw his proverbial rap hat into the ring with a Toomer’s Corner video. I get that people want to express their feelings through music, but wher are the emo and/or rockabilly versions?


Today’s Video of the Day is “The President’s Speech.”


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