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- Kentucky dismisses QB Pulley for rules violations
- Georgia suspends fifth player from season opener
- Troublesome Badgers' Smith dismissed from team
- Washington's Savannah academically ineligible
- UM's Grady practices, still suspended for games
- Nebraska kicks reserve defensive tackle off team
- Kentucky CB Warford ruled ineligible for season
- Ex-Gators star QB charged with drug possession
- Feldman: Mailbag on K-State, South Carolina
This is what you'll see if you go over to ESPN and look at their College Football page. Does anyone notice a disturbing trend? Yes, all but one of the headlines are negative and yet they have a beautiful picture of Tressel, Carroll, and Richt for all of us to admire. It may be unfair for me to put Richt into the category of Tressel and Carroll but he's gaining steam lately. Tressel and Carroll are two of the dirtiest coaches in college football today but they're also the Teflon Dons of modern college football. Trouble keeps finding their programs but here we are watching ESPN singing their praises once again. Now, do you still think there's not an agenda in Bristol?
Something's wrong when ESPN goes out of their way to make somebody like Joe Paterno look bad, all the while praising guys like Pete Carroll and Jim Tressel!
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