OH GOD RUN DON'T STOP.
Yahoo's resident angel of death has been quiet for a while, but then this happened last night. Just read it, savor the details, and realize that the Miami football program is going to be turned to glass by the bomb that the NCAA will drop on it. Delicious morsel of schadenfreude: Paul Dee was the chairman of the COI that smashed USC. He also was the University of Miami AD from 1993-2008, during which time almost all of this happened.
I'll be along later with more on this story. I think it's safe to say that this is the "10" that Robinson alluded to a few months ago.
PAWWWWLLLLLL!!! USA Today's Danny Sheridan will be on Finebaum today to release the name of the "bagman" that paid the Newtons for Cam to come to Auburn. Whether Sheridan actually names names is one question, but the more pertinent question in my mind is why isn't he delivering this potential massive piece of news via his employer? Maybe his editors aren't comfortable with his sourcing, or who knows, but the whole situation seems a bit odd to me. Anyway, Finebaum goes from 3-7 Eastern and you can tune in here. If you haven't listened before, Finebaum is a troll par excellence and the callers are certifiable maniacs. Basically, it's the car accident you can't look away from.
Oh well isn't that cute. Brady Hoke is really into this whole "Ohio" thing. Let's see how that works for them.
Excellent. Bubba Starling signed with the Royals for a cool $7.5 million Monday night, meaning he won't be suiting up for Nebraska this fall. It's the right move for him. He's from the Kansas City area, so he had a chance to sign with his hometown team 1) for big money, and 2) playing a sport that will not tear up his body nearly as much as football. Best of luck on your trip to the show, Bubba.
Excuse me while I shed a tear. TPeezy still isn't eligible for the NFL supplemental draft, and has requested a meeting with Roger Goodell to try to change that. But it's not all bad news for Pryor, as Canada is simply lovely this time of year.
In related news. Jim Tressel was at Browns practice yesterday and said that he still wants to coach. I'll leave the punchlines to y'all.