Friday, October 31, 2014

Kid dressed as @FauxPelini wins Halloween.

It seems that we have a winner in the 2014 Internet Halloween contest, and it's not even close. It's a kid dressed up as Twitter legend @FauxPelini.



There's your future Nebraska head coach, folks.

(via @FauxPelini)

Bruce Pearl dressed as Gus Malzahn? Bruce Pearl dressed as Gus Malzahn.

Auburn held its version of Midnight Madness on Thursday night. As this is the first season under new head coach Bruce Pearl, the event was dubbed - wait for it -  "Pearl Jam. (Eddie Vedder, please call your lawyers.)

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Could Indiana-Michigan be Brady Hoke's Waterloo Sunset?

There's not much for Indiana fans to celebrate football-wise this season (other than the tipofff of the college basketball season, of course). The Hoosiers are 3-4 this season, with zero wins in Big Ten conference play. That could change this weekend, the Hoosiers goes on the road to face 3-5 Michigan.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

NCAA declares that Todd Gurley must sit out two more games.

I haven't been more disgusted with college football and the NCAA as I am right now.

From ESPN: 

"Georgia running back Todd Gurley must sit out two more games for accepting more than $3,000 in cash from multiple individuals for autographed memorabilia, the NCAA ruled Wednesday."

Georgia is appealing the decision, but its doubtful Todd Gurley will be playing this weekend in th Georgia-Florida game.

Meanwhile, the NCAA has generally ignored the ongoing shenanigans of FSU quarterback and sexual deviant Jameis Winston, which includes stealing and shouting sexually-related obscenities in a public place. Disgusting.

(via ESPN)

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Rod Smith is an ex-Ohio State running back, dismissed from team.

Rod Smith is an ex-Buckeye. The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that the now-former Ohio State running back has been dismissed from the team after allegedly failing a drug test. This has yet to be formally announced by the school.

Snith had 24 carries for 101 yards during the 2014 season,  with four touchdowns.

(via The Columbus Dispatch. HT: Land-Grant Holy Land)