Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Boston College alum Amy Poehler. She’ll probably never come down from the high associated with this specific achievement.
• The lawyer who tipped off Ohio State coach Jim Tressel to the activities and associations of five of his players has been identified. He seems, well, interesting.
• Florida practices are closed to everyone. Intrigue! Or just inconvenience and undeserved self-importance after a bad year.
• Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson can get sassy.
• Boise State hosted the Oklahoma coaching staff. “Hey remember when we came back with the hook and… yeah.”
• Yahoo!!!!!!’s Charles Robinson isn’t done breaking hearts.
• ESPN’s Chris Low gets all sorts of detailed about Georgia’s spring.
• Oregon State could look relatively different (see: possibly no Rodgerseseses) this fall.
• Easy classes for Stanford athletes will be harder to find after a “courses of interest” list has been discontinued. Poor, poor Stanford kids.
• Things on offense may get a bit “simpler” at Nebraska.
• SI.com’s Stewart Mandel got off easy when he received his Big 12 preview assignment and saw that he only had to look at ten questions.
• Yahoo!!!!!’s Dr. Saturday issues a first glance at Nevada going forward. And then a second, third, and fourth. He’s thorough.
• Rivals’s Tom Dienhart examines LSU. SPOILER: Everything looks pretty good except for the most important position.
• SB Nation’s Spencer Hall advises the NCAA on how to govern social media. Sex, drugs, and Satan are all in there.
• SB Nation has a new stat-minded football blog. Huzzah!
Today’s Video of the Day is a 1982 Advertiser Promotion Tape from MTV. Radical.
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