Today’s Chorus is brought to you by the dreamy former locks of Michael Bolton, who were unable to star in the Lonely Island’s newest video with Bolton himself. It is not known if Bolton has ever graduated from anywhere, nor is it cared.
• CBS’s Dennis Dodd has a post-spring top 25 and includes Auburn. Apparently he knows something we don’t about the potential 2-man spread that Philip Lutzenkirchen and Michael Dyer will be running. Cute.
• Ohio State has again come under the compliance microscope, this time for deals on used cars from local dealerships. I can’t seem to shake the image of Buckeye players using Columbus as a giant gifting suite, so I’ll just go with that for now.
• Memphis QB Ryan Williams is now officially Miami QB Ryan Williams, though all 6’6″ and 225 lbs of him will be sitting out this fall, joining Ty and me as talented athletes not allowed to play college football in the coming months.
• Is Texas QB Garrett Gilbert going to start once again for the Longhorns? It’s a “probably maybe” at this point and I’m quoting myself there as I react to what The Statesman’s Kirk Bohls thinks.
• ESPN’s David Ubben has a post-spring Big Twen wrap that includes power rankings, though I would argue that the word “power” isn’t nearly as accurate a word as anything lesser would be.
• Penn State should get decent play from its defensive tackles. So there’s that.
• The first numbered Rivals 100 is out. Know that this will change when Rivals sees which schools agree and disagree with their rankings. They’re sluts like that.
• SB Nation’s stat deity Bill Connelly cuddles up to Indiana football. Somebody had to.
• SI.com’s George Schroeder profiles Oklahoma offensive coordinator Josh Heupel. He’s expected to mastermind a season of great hope marred by a loss to a lesser team on the road at night.
Today’s Video of the Day is a talking dog, no big deal.
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