Today’s Chorus is brought to you by my friend Ana Ivanovic, who starts a magical Wimbledon run this week. Also of note, “friend” now means person I will never know and sometimes gawk at from afar.
• Nevada WR Brandon Wimberly was shot in the abdomen, most likely ending his football career. Awful.
• Minnesota RB DeLeon Eskridge, the Gophers’ leading rusher last year, will transfer from the program to be closer to a family situation.
• Former Miami RB Storm Johnson will officially transfer to UCF, where he’ll continue his football career and then inevitably become a local weatherman.
• South Carolina S DeVonte Holloman was arrested for DUI Friday night. Only five more chances, DeVonte.
• The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick knows not of what he speaks, but we already knew that. CBS’s Adam Jacobi dances on Mushnick anyway and it’s golden.
• ESPN’s CFB bloggers are profiling programs in urban locations. It’s a June thing, I suppose.
• ESPN’s David Ubben ranks Big 12 QBs. Somebody named Steele Jantz is competing for the Iowa State job, so I’m rooting for Steele Jantz.
• South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney is the eighth best DE in the SEC. That was quick.
• West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen has a quick Q&A with ESPN. He had to make it quick to hurry to an appointment to be shot out of a novelty circus cannon.
• Football Study Hall has a number of creative backhanded compliments for UConn.
• SI.com’s Andy Staples profiles Texas’s offseason. Google Chrome didn’t find one mention of the word, “BBQ.” Total pro.
• Rivals ranks defensive combos. Stanford LB Chase Thomas made the list, despite faking an injury at one point. It doesn’t take much, Rivals, does it?
• The Situation is (probably) being paid to be a Michigan State fan at some point this fall.
Today’s Video of the Day is Stephen Colbert commencement speaking.
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