Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Kentucky alum and superfan, Ashley Judd, who is probably paying part of John Calipari’s eventually-vacated contract extension.
• Two Georgia players are now on the (in)eligibility radar. I pasted that from an earlier item.
• In dealing with NCAA inquiries, Oregon has retained the services of a law firm and attorney that writers themselves call “The Cleaner.”
• UNC released the names of the players who accrued the hundreds of parking tickets. Former WR Greg Little “had 93 tickets on multiple vehicles with nine different license plates.” Prolific.
• USF OL Danous Estenor heroically picks up cars. No big deal.
• Former NC St QB Russell Wilson will announce his 2011 destination today. He will then appear on College Football Live. Adjust your schedule accordingly. Or don’t, whatever.
• ESPN’s Craig James appears to have become awfully political for an analyst not supposed to be publicly political.
• Something called “T-Woolf” will take the field for Michigan in a couple months. I warned you.
• SB Nation’s Bill Connelly previews Michigan State while also conceding that the Spartans didn’t deserve to beat Alabama in the Capital One Bowl. Whew.
• Vanderbilt has sneakily begun the recruiting season in strong fashion. Do yo’ thang, Coach Hand. Do yo’ thang.
• Former Alabama RB Corey Grant will transfer to Auburn to be in Gus Malzahn’s spread system. Apparently, he thinks Gus Malzahn will be in Auburn next fall. Cute.
• Florida DE Chris Martin will once again transfer. Frequent flyer miles up the wazoo.
• Pitt will take on its 48th B1G transfer, this time it’s Wisconsin RB Zach Brown.
• How Oklahoma State got $165 million from T. Boone Pickens. I imagine one of the ways was a promise of absolutely no swift boats.
Today’s Video of the Day is the worst cat DJ ever. Pretty much a no-talent.
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