Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Carnegie Mellon attendee and LSU fan Katy Mixon. Sorry, what was I saying?


• Mike Vrabel retired from the NFL and has accepted a job to coach LBs at Ohio State.

• Ex-Mizzou QB Tyler Gabbert is the new Tate Forcier. Adjust your brains.

• Georgia RB Caleb King will be academically ineligible to compete this fall. And yes, he’s hoping to be drafted supplementally.

• ESPN previews Pac-12 interior defensive linemen. I’ll save you some time — pretty much everyone that was good last year is gone.

• Notre Dame plays three ACC games. ESPN’s Heather Dinich takes an early July crack at the outcomes.

• ESPN ranks the SEC’s best home run threats. ESS EE SEE afmnvmjqdgnaqdfjk.

• ESPN’s Brian Bennett isn’t impressed by Ohio State’s response to the NCAA‘s notice of allegations.

• Oklahoma CB Jamell Fleming has rejoined the Sooners. It appears to be a reverse Caleb King situation.

• SB Nation’s Bill Connelly delights in previewing Stanford. Basically, the Cardinal are going to do what you expect them to do, they’ll just do it well enough to be successful. Pretty simple, really.

• Litigious former UNC DE Michael McAdoo cheated like crazy on a paper. Allegedly. (LIKE CRAZY)

• Michigan received a verbal commitment from a former Ohio State verbal commitment. Hilarious.

• Ole Miss RB Brandon Bolden is shvitzing.

• Rivals ranks their top 25 teams of the past ten years (in recruiting).

• CBS’s Bryan Fischer wraps coverage of The Opening, last week’s major recruiting combine/tournament on the Nike campus in Portland, OR.

• IGN has posted their review of NCAA ’12, which appears to be slowly becoming an off-the-field experience that also features actual gameplay.


Today’s Video of the Day is the return of Kenny Powers, K-Swiss CEO. BOOM.


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