The proletariat will rise, and you will beat the guts out of them at homecoming. San Jose State coach Dick Tomey called the APR "class warfare" on smaller schools like San Jose State, who will be docked nine scholarships and four hours of practice time weekly due to their struggling APR.
Theres such a difference between the B.C.S. schools and those who are not, Tomey said. I dont think its an intended difference, but it highlights financial things like not being able to throw money at the problem and solve it very quickly.
As part of college football's Urban Haute Bourgeoisie, we light a cigar with a hundred dollar bill and tell you to get begging, urchins! Our carriage needs a lithe young rapscallion like yourself to clear the pigfilthy streets of this town for us, lest we get poor germs on our hansom! The little sweep-boy may have a point: of the 37 football programs hit with penalties by the NCAA, only two were from BCS conferences (Kansas and Washington State.
The apt metaphor for this may not be class warfare, even if Moscow's involved. The better analogy for this may be No Child Left Behind: schools performing badly are sanctioned, then sanctioned again, and given little recourse--and even less if they have no swing or political clout within the NCAA. The Wiz is all over the particulars, including more Entertaining Fun with Mike Stoops, who loses football games and whose team has the lowest APR among BCS teams.
Pete Carroll thinks you're lazy. Saban's videoconferencing to get around the new recruiting rules, which Pete Carroll ascribes to sheer laziness rather than an interest in the recruits' well-being:
I dont want to sound like a jerk, Carroll told The Sporting News, but other coaches... theyre just lazy.
If Saban is videoconferencing, rest assured Pete Carroll is visiting recruits on the astral plane and bypassing this pesky technology.
Welcome to UCLA. Physical therapy included. UCLA's having a positively Iowa-esque injury plague this spring, and it's not just with the returning starters at quarterback. Walk-on running back Craig Sheppard had surgery to replace the AC joint in his shoulder and will be out 4-6 months. In addition to this, starting qb Ben Olson just had a screw put in his foot, backup Patrick Cowan is out for the season, and JUCO Kevin Craft will have to have his head bolted back to his shoulders sometime around the end of September.
Get in on the ground floor of UGA hype: Tony Barnhart has them at number one. No pressure! [/hurling cursing mindbolts with all our might and watching Knowshon Moreno dodge them effortlessly.]