Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Cambridge alum Vin Diesel, who to his credit, has been in roughly 17 different-same movies, with another coming out next month.
• Ohio State coach Jim Tressel, you just got outed as allegedly having knowledge of your players selling memorabilia and misleading the NCAA, what are you going to do next? Hello? Jim?
Summary from The Columbus Dispatch’s Ken Gordon and Tim May.
SI.com’s Stewart Mandel reacts and predicts much more to come. And yes I know that sentence sounds.
• In the wake of a video intern’s death last season, Notre Dame has banned all hydraulic lifts from the football program.
• Stanford QB Andrew Luck declared for the NFL draft after all.
• SI.com’s Stewart Mandel addresses pressing B1G Ten questions. Also featured on the page — Stewart and Andy Staples on video discussing the conference with music that can best be described as the soundtrack to a CSI autopsy. Yes!
• CBS’s Dennis Dodd finishes a story about 7on7 tournaments with the term “flesh-peddling.” This is probably all you need to know.
• Is Craig James as popular as he says he is in West Texas? EDSBS’s Spencer Hall says, “Eh, not so much.”
• ESPN’s Brian Bennett speaks with Syracuse coach Doug Marrone about, among other things, the perils of winning. This tells me Marrone is a good college football coach.
• ASU RB Deantre Lewis is expected to participate in spring practice after being shot in the arse a month ago. I think I’d still be in a fetal position if I were him.
• Rivals’s Olin Buchanon looks at key position situations for Oklahoma this spring. Olin up!
• Cincinnati coaches want to get their players in better shape to run a fast-paced offense. They then put (yep!) ESPN’s Brian Bennett through the rigors.
• Oklahoma State kicked off spring practice and new OC Todd Monken is all about learning. Good on him.
Today’s Video of the Day is former senator Alan Simpson proving that he is the oldest person alive. Not in age, just in being old.
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