Today’s Chorus is brought to you by thrilled VCU graduate Stephen Furst. Ok, he’s also Delta Tau Chi’s own … Flounder.
• While you were sleeping and/or poring over your horrible brackets, star Notre Dame WR Michael Floyd was arrested for “operating while intoxicated,” a fancy (misdemeanor) way of saying “DUI.” Because of a previous alcohol offense, Floyd could be expelled by the school’s Office of Residence Life. This is still better than the punishment he would’ve received at BYU, which, per my understanding, is being launched into orbit.
• In a far less meaningful case, starting Alabama safety Mark Barron was arrested for “second degree hindering of prosecution,” meaning. I believe, he didn’t snitch. Because they get stitches.
• CBS’s Bryan Fischer speaks to UCF coach George O’Leary about Jim Tressel and coaching mistakes. Then, O’Leary regaled him with heroic tales of his time in the Vietnam jungle.
• According to ESPN’s David Ubben, Baylor‘s new defensive coordinator is looking to change things. Whew.
• Urban Meyer visited Utah’s spring practice. Excuse me, Urban Meyer got paid to visit Utah‘s spring practice. Ok I’m being snarky, this is kinda cool.
• “Friends” say Randy Shannon would love the Arizona job. It’s almost like having your agent plant a story isn’t as fun anymore.
• I’m not sure if it means anything, but shoving a wad of money in your mouth may be the new “WAR DAMN EAGLE!”
• Michigan QB Denard Robinson is beginning to transform himself into a pro-style QB. It just makes sense.
• As Nebraska‘s offense becomes more conservative, QB Taylor Martinez appears to need to earn his job all over again. He looks thrilled.
Today’s Video of the Day is an Adidas commercial. Mostly because I never thought there would be any circumstance for Lionel Messi and Katy Perry to share screen time in anything. Other than the intricate dreams I have most nights. Nevermind.
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