HILLTOPPERS ARE MADE OF SOLID STEEL AND HATE.
Sun Belt quarterbacks are as dense as neutron stars, evidently. (Via)
THE BRIDGE OVER THE RIVER BRAZOS. Baylor alumni are suing to prevent demolition of the current alumni association building in order to make way for construction on the pedestrian bridge across the river from campus to the new stadium. This appears to be some internecine dispute within the Baylor Alumni Association, but we would point to your new offices like a true SEC fan and alumni would:
[points to shiny suites in stadium you will mortgage your children's future for]
RINGS, PART ONE: Michigan rings? Sold by the son (Kelvin Grady, Jr.) because of disastrous real estate debacles of the father (Kelvin Grady, Sr., who is in federal prison for fraud, so yanno, he's paying for this the hard way.)
RINGS, PART TWO. Where do LSU championship rings disappear to, you ask? No you didn't, because you already knew they came up in a police sweep involving drugs and a cleaning lady that stole things out of Justin Vincent's house, and you are not surprised by any of this because: "Louisiana."
THAT'S A HANDSOME COVER. ALSO, THERE'S HUGH FREEZE. Custom NCAA covers for everyone are the American dream incarnate.
ETC: Bill Hanstock's long ode to Skate 3 continues. Adrian Carton de Wiart, the nastiest man who ever lived, and not just because he bit his own fingers off once. Baseball is 90% people standing around.