7th Grader Verbally Commits To Lane Kiffin And USC

We all know how good a recruiter Lane Kiffin is, but this time he is really pushing it.  David Sills, a highly-touted youth quarterback, made a verbal commitment on Thursday to accept a college football scholarship from USC’. His varsity coach, Eric Day confirmed the commitment, but the kid is only in the 7th grade […]

Wrapping Up National Signing Day 2010

Another recruiting season ended today as high school football players from around the country faxed their letter of intents to the teams they will play for next year. Here are the top ten classes and the winners and losers for this year. #1 Florida Gators – 28 Commits Star of the Class: DE Ronald Powell […]

Markeith Ambles Wants Some Bone To Bone Action

As we all know, Tennessee was under investigation for using women to attract recruits to play for them. Even though Tennessee has weathered that storm, Markeith Ambles doesn’t want things to change. Ambles was talking to Knoxville radio host Heather Harrington on Twitter and let’s just say he was ready for some “one-on-one” time. You […]

Ray Nagin Has Everything He Needs For The Super Bowl Except Tickets

In these times of political corruption, it’s kinda refreshing to see a story about a politician dealing with the same problems us common folks deal with. Undoubtedly, there is some poor guy somewhere that has plans to make the trip to South Florida for the Super Bowl. He has his flight booked, hotel booked, and […]

Eastern Washington Ups The Ante When It Comes To Annoying Turf Color

Remember those Thursday nights of being highly annoyed when your television was consumed with blue when watching Boise State play? The players are wearing blue.  The fans are wearing blue.  Even the field is blue. Well come next season, you’ll be missing those shades of blue once you feast your eyes on Eastern Washington’s red […]

Oregon Kicker Rob Beard Beaten Unconscious In Brawl

Around 12:30 AM Sunday morning, Eugene Police responded to a fight involving 20 to 40 people on East 17th Avenue and Hilyard Street. According to Eugene Police, 19-year-old Redshirt Freshman Place Kicker Rob Beard was kicked in the face and head during the fight. Police say Beard was walking with a fellow University of Oregon […]

Rick Neuheisel Has Retrieved His Manhood Since Pete Carroll Left Town

There were a few winners from Pete Carroll taking the Seattle Seahawks job. Of course, Carroll was a winner because he was able to jump ship right before the NCAA hammer drops on him. Lane Kiffin was a winner because he, once again, has secured a top, high paying job without proving a thing. And […]

The Events Before Lane Kiffin’s Press Conference Were Just As Festive As The Events After The Press Conference

We are well aware of what happened during Lane Kiffin’s “I’m leaving Tennessee” press conference. And we’re definitely aware of what happened during the fallout after the press conference. What we weren’t aware of is just how chippy the pre-press conference was.  Angry fans and students isn’t all that Kiffin had to endure.  Behold the […]

David Cutcliffe Doesn’t Want The Tennessee Job Either

Add another name to the growing list of coaches that have turned down the Tennessee head coaching job. David Cutcliffe informed the Tennessee administration that he wasn’t interested reportedly because of a disagreement on how his coaching staff would be assembled. “After much thought and consideration, Karen and I reached the decision that Duke is […]

Smoke Begins To Surface Around Air Force’s Troy Calhoun Heading To Tennessee (UPDATE)

You know the old adage. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. And there is a good bit of smoke surrounding Air Force’s Troy Calhoun taking over at Tennessee. Scheduling a team meeting while your name is being thrown around for the opening doesn’t usually stop the smoke either. Multiple sources have told The Gazette that Air […]