Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Crossing the Atlantic: Miami, Randy Edsall, Lamarcus Joyner, and more.

(Crossing the Atlantic is a look at the ACC and other schools on the East Coast.)  

Eight is Enough?
The NCAA banhammers eight Miami players with one-to-six game suspensions, including quarterback Jacory Harris. (Yahoo! Sports)

Why don't you take a seat over there? 
Miami players who received improper benefits from convicted Ponzi scheme felon Nevin Shapiro are reportedly going to be subpoenaed  by the bankruptcy trustee trying to recover money for Shapiro's victims. (Dr. Saturday)

Let's go to the tape.
A visit with first-tear Maryland head football coach Randy Edsall in the Terrapins' film room. (CSNWashington)

The Importance of Being Lamarcus Joyner.
Tomahawk Nation declares Lamarcus Joyner as "the Most Important Player On Florida State's Defense."(Tomahawk Nation)

"Boston College Needs Strong Start"
Because Heather Dinich said so. (ESPN)

Yo, I'm taking a survey.
Georgia Tech is implementing idea taken from a survey of ticket purchasers on how "improve its marketing strategy and game-day experience." The suggestions to replace football with Quidditch were obviously ignored. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Dubious Achievement Award of the Week. 
Miami's season debut against Maryland has been named by T. Kyle King as the "Labor Day Weekend College Football Game of Disinterest." (Dawg Sports)


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