Today’s Chorus is brought to you by former State University of New York Maritime College student Geraldo Rivera. I don’t know how a place can be a university and a college, but it does make sense that crazy ol’ Geraldo went there.


Due to state budgetary restrictions, Nevada is close to losing Division I status. It’s wrong to blame the Boise State kicker right? Right?

• South Carolina QB Stephen Garcia is now officially suspended indefinitely for misbehaving at a “SEC-mandated event.” The rumor is he showed up drunk. Hm, that’ll do it.

• ESPN’s David Ubben reviews Big 12 coaching moves. It’s mostly filler until you realize how fun it is to say “Chad Glasgow” in a funny Scottish accent. It’s comedy, people.

• ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg profiles Purdue QB Rob Henry with words and moving pictures. Internet tycoon!

• Clemson has a new offense, and if I’m to judge based solely on this one picture of new QB Tajh Boyd, it either involves extra padding or extra pudding.

Run with USC WR Robert Woods. He has a camera strapped to him, so really you have no choice.

• Watch Alabama coach Nick Saban‘s statue being built. It’s actually pretty cool — a lot of back sweat went into this.

• 247Sports ranks the top 247 prospects of the 2012 recruiting class. I’d tell you more, but The Solid Verbal is yet to receive a media account for this wonderful site. Ahem. <— Shameless

• Oregon coach Chip Kelly and Urban Meyer talk spread offense tactics. It’s a nerdy delight.

• Notre Dame LB Manti Te’o probably won’t play in the Irish spring game. It’s just a precautionary measure to give his knee more recovery time and … HEY TY GET DOWN FROM THERE HE’S GOING TO BE FINE.


Today’s Video of the Day is Stephen Colbert learning to high tea. Yes, that’s a verb.

Enjoy your Thursday.

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