Friday, August 12, 2016

Friday--August 12th, 2016

Dan Malone reports Whipple is managing reps for Ross Comis and Andrew Ford. He says Randall West has moved into the #3 slot.

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Nice story well worth reading about Andy McClay, the UMass punter who walked on to UMass' 1998 Final Four hoops team. I think he's still the only player to be on a National Championship football team and a Final Four basketball team in the same season.

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BC Interruption says the Eagles will continue to play FCS teams.

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A top Detroit recruit likes former UMass coaches Brian Smith and Don Brown at Michigan.

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CBS Sports thinks Mississippi State won't be bowl-eligible in 2016.

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Titans coach Mike Mularkey praises Tajae Sharpe.

CBS Sports reports Sharpe continues to work with the Titans first string.

Titans QB Marcus Mariotta says Sharpe has been "killing it in camp".

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Steve Spurrier watches the Gators practice. Includes video from Florida's camp.

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ESPN says BYU and Houston would make the Big 12's athletics better.

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3 comments:

vetteson said...

Would'nt you know it - added sports package to my Comcast only to find out that it no longer includes the sports channel SECN, I have to spend another $17 month for another package to include this one sports channel. Unbelievable. I guess I won't be watching the Florida game.

Chizzle15 said...

Buy the package for one month.... or watch on "Watch ESPN" App. The "Watch ESPN" App has the SEC Network.

Anonymous said...

Yup. You can cancel it without penalty. Way cheaper than a flight, and you already know we really have no chance to win it anyway.