Yep, Auburn’s Marching Band Received National Championship Rings

Makes total sense, right? I mean, if anyone is responsible for Auburn’s National Championship run, it’s definitely that dude that plays the cymbals. Or that girl that plays a mean flute. Via WHNT NewsChannel 19’s Facebook page

Channing Crowder Hints That He Didn’t Sell His Jerseys In College

Yesterday we informed that Channing Crowder’s new radio show made its debut on WQAM in Miami. And if that wasn’t unbelievable enough, Crowder used this first show to “hint” that he sold his jerseys while he attended the University of Florida. Well, after his “hint” became a big deal, a hilariously big deal in Crowder’s […]

Channing Crowder Hints That He Sold Jerseys While In College

Channing Crowder has always been known to run his mouth about anything. So WQAM radio in Miami gave him a two hour show to do just that. When his debut show took a turn to the topic of Terelle Pryor selling his championship ring and memorabilia for cash, you know Crowder had to admit what […]

Les Miles Shows Up To A Family Basketball Game Dressed The Exact Way You Envisioned He Would

Everyone’s favorite grass eating, timeout blowing, trick play running LSU coach is gearing up for another season at the helm at LSU. But while he’s waiting for the new season to begin, Miles is passing the time by playing a little basketball, while wearing short purple shorts, with the family. Now granted, there is a […]

Here’s How Joe Paterno Prefers To Commit His NCAA Violations

[text-box]Passing by Holuba Hall, where several football players were conducting unsupervised workouts, Paterno stopped to watch for a few minutes without speaking to anyone, he said. Suitably impressed, he returned to his office where he reported to the coaching staff that at least one player had looked good and caught his eye. “You know you […]

ESPN’s Joe Schad Is Catching Heat For His Reporting On Auburn And Cam Newton

[text-box]If you hadn’t noticed, things are steadily progressing in the Cam Newton saga, but this time Newton isn’t the topic of discussion. Recently during on The Chuck and Chernoff Show on Atlanta’s 680 The Fan, the duo said that they have sources that say ESPN is closely monitoring reporter Joe Schad. Apparently, Schad has been […]

Players Apparently Aren’t The Only Ones Getting Hooked Up With Cars At Ohio State

Yep, it’s just not raining in Columbus. It’s pouring. Better yet, after this new report from WBNS-10TV in Ohio, it’s now hailing. Several of Ohio State’s athletic administrators workers drive courtesy cars that are provided by local car dealers, including the director of NCAA compliance, 10 Investigates’ Paul Aker reported on Thursday. 10 Investigates asked […]

Mark Richt Thinks That Kickoffs Should Be Removed From College Football

It’s stressful being Georgia coach Mark Richt these days. Richt knows that he job is on the line this year and he is trying to find any excuse he can to save it. First, Richt complained about oversigning and now he wants to remove kickoffs from college football. Here are the words straight from Richt’s […]

Let’s Start The Day With Jordan Jefferson Confusing Thomas Jefferson With George Jefferson

Here’s Jordan Jefferson playing ESPN’s latest clever game called “Name that Jefferson”. You get it right? His last name is Jefferson so he can name other famous and semi-famous people that also have the same last name. Boy is that clever. But enough of that. Next to Jordan Jefferson is a picture of Thomas Jefferson. […]

Looks Like Rich Rodriguez Has Found Himself A Job

[text-box]Former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez will still get to be to be around college football after all. Rodriguez has accepted a job with CBS Sports analyzing games and doing play by play on Saturdays. “Rich is an accomplished, well-recognized coach with a wealth of knowledge about the game,” David Berson, president of CBS Sports Network, […]