Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Three Kentucky players allegedly involved with bar fight with Western Kentucky OL.

The Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky football programs both have a big headache on their hands this morning. Three members of the Kentucky football program were allegedly involved with an altercation with a EKU player in a Richmond, KY bar.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Mark Richt uses Krispy Kreme to help win commitment of four-star OL prospect.

Sam Madden with MarkRicht. Photo via WXIA.


Georgia head coach Mark Richt can thank Krispy Kreme for landing four-star offensive linebacker prospect Sam Madden.

According to Atlanta station WXIA, Richt and Madden's father made a late night run to an Athens area Krispy Kreme during Madden's recent visit to the Georgia campus.

"Late Friday night, Dave Madden, Sam's father, and Richt decided to head over to Krispy Kreme and grab a few donuts before they tuckered out for the evening. According to Derek Cleveland, the father of Class of 2016 five-star lineman Ben, who was also at Georgia this weekend, said it really let the Madden family know they picked the right place.
"I know one of the things that Dave said Friday night after they kind of settled down a little bit, was he and Mark Richt went to Krispy Kreme to get some donuts," Cleveland said. "He thought that was just the coolest thing in the world that the head coach at Georgia would just take time and they would do that."

Madden, who attends Barnegat High School in Barnegat, NJ, had recently decommitted from Wisconsin. 

The Fallout: Tim Tebow, Jeff Long, Pac-12 coaches, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Tuesday edition.

Ohio linebacker Quentin Poling arrested for fighting outside pizza joint.

Quentin Poling. Photo via The Athens Post.


It looks like the MAC is making an early push for the Fulmer Cup. Ohio redshirt freshman linebacker  Quentin Poling was arrested in the early morning of Jan. 25 following an altercation outside a pizza joint in Athens, Oh.

Monday, January 26, 2015

College Football Playoff being pressured to move dates of future games by ESPN and the NFL.

ESPN and the NFL are reportedly trying to force the College Football Playoff to move its scheduled date of the 2015 playoff games from Dec. 31 to Jan. 2, 2016.