College Football Week 2 Recap
Ty and Dan walk through a fun Week 2 and discuss LSU’s new look offense, Army’s near upset of Michigan, Cal’s late night upset, USC’s weird QB room, Colorado’s thrilling comeback and Texas A&M’s backdoor cover. Also, is Maryland back?
Click Chorus: July 6, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Regis Philbin, who apparently attended and graduated from Notre Dame. Who knew? ***** • If you’re the last person who hasn’t read it, here’s Yahoo!’s Will Lyles/Oregon story. • CBS’s Bryan Fischer ponders independence and major football programs. • The body of Purdue RB Sean Matti was found in a Lake in Indiana. Unspeakably tragic. • Former UNC DE Mike McAdoo is suing UNC and the NCAA for reinstatement. Nancy Grace is outraged. • Illinois DL Chris Jones was charged with battery. At least he didn’t have cocaine on him like the last . . .
Click Chorus: May 12, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Adam “Pac-Man” Jones, West Virginia attendee and noted rainmaker. Former Fiesta Bowl CEO John Junker is seething with jealousy. ***** • The Fiesta Bowl was fined ONE MILLION DOLLARS for their minor corruption snafus, but will stay in the BCS. That’s a lot of complimentary 2015 tortilla chips with my name on ’em. • If the NFL lockout sticks, get ready for more four-hour college football games. This according to the people that would make money from the six minute commercial breaks. • CBS Sports’s Dennis Dodd has decided, before even a single game . . .
Click Chorus: Feb. 25, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you, once again, by Natalie Portman. I’m told she’ll pregnantly win an Oscar on Sunday. I can’t imagine that there’s any other reason to watch in earnest. ***** • SI.com’s Stewart Mandel fires a shot across the bow at Tennessee AD Mike Hamilton, the man responsible for hiring coaches accusing of violating NCAA rules in both of the school’s major revenue sports. • If Stanford QB Andrew Luck gets dinged up this fall, he’s still getting PAID. • Atlanta DE prospect Lorenzo Mauldin accepted an offer to play for South Carolina. And then the day before . . .