Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Miami attendee and Curb You Enthusiasm mainstay Jeff Garlin. Here’s to hoping that, at one point, Garlin yelled out, “IT’S ALL ABOUT DA U!”
• Former Georgia coach Jim Donnan is accused of profiting off of a Ponzi scheme. I, I, I just have nothing.
• CBS’s Brett McMurphy thinks that if USF is FOR REALZ about succeeding in college football they need to leave Raymond James Stadium. For. Ev. Er.
• Everybody, this is Russell Wilson … Russell, this is everybody. Hurray!
• Is Cal coach Jeff Tedford going and making things so complicated? Maybe?
• Today’s July 18th, which means two things — 1. It’s Vin Diesel‘s birthday, and 2. B1G specialist rankings ARE OUT.
• ESPN’s Ted Miller reviews Pac-12 linebackers. We’re all grateful he led off with ASU MLB Vontaze Burfict, not only because it’s deserved, but also because the safety of Ted’s family was probably at stake.
• Former Georgia Tech C Sean Bedford wrote an open letter to the NCAA that ended with him saying they could pry his 1999 ACC championship ring from his “cold, dead finger.” Well okay then!
• Years after Larry Coker allegedly only used Rivals to recruit, he’s bringing college football to San Antonio.
• SB Nation’s Bill Connelly previews Oklahoma State. There’s a pretty good chance new OC Todd Monken is taking notes.
• Former Michigan WR Desmond Howard led a new class into the College Football Hall of Fame. Humbly.
• SI.com’s Stewart Mandel profiles Michigan coach Brady Hoke.
• As per my understanding of photography and art, Wyoming will be wearing giant, oversized helmets this fall.
• Yahoo!!!!!!!’s Dr. Saturday has a very specific set of WAC predictions.
• Georgia‘s loading up on touted recruits. Probably wise.
• Rivals profiles first-year starting QBs who could maybe (potentially) win some games.
• UCLA is getting Vanderbilt CB Jamie Graham, which is pretty much the final puzzle piece for the Bruins.
Today’s Video of the Day is what happens when water jet packs don’t, um, jet.
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