Today’s Chorus is (again) brought to you by Tommy Lee, brief Nebraska drummer, and longtime strip club enthusiast. Who would’ve thought that yesterday would’ve brought the Fiesta Bowl CEO and Lee one step closer?


• Fiesta Bowl CEO John Junker was fired for being laughably corrupt — using bowl funds to, among other things, underwrite strip club excursions, golf vacations, and political contribution reimbursements. If you’re going to go out, this is the way to go.

Four former Auburn players spoke with HBO about the pay-for-play scheme they were involved in while in school. Just warning you — the uninformed manufactured reaction-outrage from sportswriters is much worse than anything in this story.

SB Nation has a good summary of the madness.

• Florida State‘s spring is primed. If they’re good this year, get ready for as many “Manuel/Manual” puns as you can handle.

• ESPN’s Ted Miller has eyes everywhere, and this case they’re his as he attends a Colorado practice and sends in some bullet points.

• Here’s an early look at ESPN’s game broadcast schedule. It appears that the Auburn spring game is only offered via pay-per-view.

• Nebraska DT Jared Crick will miss spring practice because of a knee injury. Think nothing of it, rest of B1G Ten.

• Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt literally has a circle of trust. Literally.

• Oregon practice opened yesterday. RB Lache Seastrunk was faster than everyone.


Today’s Video of the Day is a heated argument between twin babies that can’t yet form words or sentences.


Enjoy your Wednesday.

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