It’s March, so that means spring football is in full effect. But in Starkeville, Mississippi, there’s more than just spring football. There’s also apparently a football formal. And what you’ll see below is video of Mississippi State players dressed all nice accompanied by dates for a night of dining and dancing.
And they also don’t have a copy of the ACC’s current television contract. But there’s no reason to be alarmed according to Maryland’s assistant vice president for marketing and communications Brian Ullmann because it’s “typical” for schools not to have a copy of a contract they’ve signed with a conference. [Washington Post]
South Carolina is using Jadeveon Clowney almost killing that Michigan running back as the cover of their spring guide
South Carolina’s best player is Jadeveon Clowney. The best moment from South Carolina’s season was Clowney almost killing Michigan running back Vincent Smith in the Outback Bowl. So it only makes sense that South Carolina is using its best player and the best moment as the cover for their spring guide.
It’s a yearly ritual. Steve Spurrier, shirtless at South Carolina spring practice. So it shouldn’t surprise you that Spurrier was once again photographed at spring practice shirtless. [Reddit]
Former NC State coach Tom O’Brien used the UVA equipment truck to move his belongings from Raleigh condo
Back in November, NC State head coach Tom O’Brien was fired seemingly out of the blue. Then a couple of months later, O’Brien landed a job on Mike London’s staff at Virginia. We never really got the opportunity to hear publicly how O’Brien took his firing, but one could guess that it wasn’t well. Mainly […]
ESPN did an All-Access segment on Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel. The first 2:20 of the 2:33 profile follows Manziel during the first day of spring practice. And just in case the fact that Manziel is taking all online classes isn’t enough to prove that Manziel is living the life in College Station, ESPN uses […]
Jay Paterno tweeted, and then deleted the tweet you see above. In an attempt to make a joke about infallible NCAA leader Mark Emmert, what he really did was remind everyone of his infallible father Joe Paterno.
In a move that surprises no one, Alabama has decided that the four players arrested on charges stemming from two robberies will no longer be a part of the football program. The decision by the university was expected since three of the players had been recently banned from the university.
Though Nick Saban has only indefinitely suspended the four Alabama players arrested in connection with two on-campus robberies, a move by the school may signal a stiffer punishment may be on the way.
Alabama student paper, The Crimson White, spoke to Samuel Jurgens, one of the victims in the robbery committed by Alabama freshmen Eddie Williams, D.J. Pettway, and Tyler Hayes.