Apologies, but we can't help it if we're custom-made. The Ric Flair videos won't stop. They just play themselves.
USC's own Kenichi Udeze, a defensive end from the 2003 National Title team, has leukemia. Details are sketchy as the diagnosis is a recent one, but send some kind of goodwill to the current Minnesota Viking today, even if he did take one of your favorite skill players and fold him into a pretzel once.
Legal Wranglage! DickRod goes to the state court level in his effort to weasel out of substantially reduce the amount of his buyout from West Virginia in a West Virginia court. Which will work out very well. In a West Virginia courtroom. With West Virginians. He may come out of this owing more money.
Notre Dame will play UConn in a ten game series beginning next year, and they'll do it at Gillette Stadium and at the Meadowlands, but not at UConn, because that is simply not done, evidently.
According to the memo, the Irish would not come to Rentschler Field in East Hartford. UConn's "home" games would be at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., in 2013, 2017 and 2020 and at the new Meadowlands stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., in 2015 and 2019.
Charlie Weis is very excited about the deal, even though it only covers a bit more than 1/30th of his anticipated 300 year term as coach at Notre Dame.
Oh, and Reggie's gonna talk. Since Lloyd Lake is suing him, Reggie Bush will file a deposition in the case against him, something exciting much hubbub among the "strip-the-Heisman" crowd. This will all end with a whimper, since nothing will happen, either with USC or with Bush, since for the three-thousandth time there's no order in college football that cannot bring the hammer down without hitting itself in the balls with said hammer. Remember: in the post-SMU only Alabama gets caught.