Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Princeton graduate Ellie Kemper, who stars in The Office and makes up half of Subtle Sexuality, whose music videos make me feel uncomfortable. In a good way.

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• Florida coach Will Muschamp finally signed a contract. Oh I get it — he’s like Don Draper in Rod Blagojevich’s haircut. With a wristband.

• Lloyd Carr told Ryan Mallett to leave Michigan. It’d be funnier if he rounded up a posse beforehand.

• Washington coach Steve Sarkisian used the same words to describe his decision to “anoint” Keith Price to starting QB as he did Mark Sanchez. I don’t know what this means.

New Solid Verbal pal (and ESPN blogger) Brian Bennett handicaps the Big East race and treats the teams like horses. Get it?

• The Wall Street Journal wonders if Oregon coach Chip Kelly is a genius. I’ll defer to Kelly’s reaction to a similar question the coach received last year — “Jonas Salk was a genius.”

• Scout.com took the time to produce a video about the 2012 recruiting classes of Texas schools in May of 2011. The barren set (that may be at Sea World) bums me out.

• SB Nation’s Bill Connelly is back again with his charts, graphs, and general intelligence — this time with an in-depth look at Syracuse. His analysis is almost identical to Fox Sports’s, only exactly the opposite.

• Kansas State is installing new turf and SB Nation has video that will BLOW YOUR MIND.

An Urban Meyer documentary will be released by SI.com. I’m still afraid that Urban’s going to fall into the water behind him.

• SI.com’s Stewart Mandel learned ten things this spring. Nothing more, nothing less.

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Today’s Video of the Day is the best Land Rover commercial I’ve seen all day. And I’ve seen, uh, a bunch.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfXbWe7lJhI

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