Why, it's a prestigious award! "National Writer" says Michigan's possibilities are "frightening and limitless!" Well, all things are possible with Barwis.
He talks, but all we hear is GRRRRRRRR KICKASS GRRRRRRR OLYMPIC LIFT GRRRRRRRRR ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE GRRRRRRRRR.
Ben Mauk of Cincinnati is down to his last chance to appeal for a twenty-third year of eligibility, meaning if approved he may move directly from his scholarship support to social security following his final season. We're trying to say he's been around a long time, because he's been around a really, really long time.
Southern Pigskin got an exclusive interview with Ray Ray McElrathbey, the Clemson running back who earned double exposure by fighting the NCAA for special exemption in order to support his little brother and then claiming Clemson "cut" him when he hit the fifth season of his scholarship. He's going to Howard and claims to run a 4.36 in the forty, a claim you may read here along with the snark-free, benign rest of the interview.
You must like the Tebow one in Gump4Heisman's fake NCAA covers, if only for repeating the confusion of Lucy Pinder with Ms. Heisman Boobs and the reference to home-schooling said boobs.
Yost at MZone hangs it up in his last post. The world is a better place for the invention of the word "Buckstache," sir, but do not ignore the endurance either: keeping up a blog for a year is discipline, but going two and a half means they produced quality for an astonishingly long time, including one of the best pieces of photoshop hackery evarr. (Blog years are like dog years: multiply time 7.5 to get a better idea of the lifespan of a site.)
Thanks, Yost, and come sit on our filthy digital porch anytime.