Matt Darr, the punter who committed to Pete Carroll and then was cut loose by Lane Kiffin, signed to play with Tennessee. Darr signed with Fresno State but was released from his letter of intent.
Wonder if Tennessee fans think Darr for Kiffin was an even trade?
An NCAA recruiting committee decided to support a proposal that might prevent colleges from offering scholarship to middle schoolers. Wonder where they got that idea from?
No World Cup today but the answers continue.
This tweet points out the following fact about Oregon football: “Since ’07 UO has faced Pryor, Mallett, Keenum, Moore, Locker, Barkley & Luck, going 6-4.”
Good to see a win over a true freshman still means something.
It could have been USC’s 13th national title but alas, it is the Gamecocks who won their first crown.
OK, so maybe the field did take a pounding over the weekend. Not quite the breathless photo of the Coliseum that used to be posted by Pete Carroll’s blog this time of year.
Even more answers!
The Western Athletic Conference announced it will not expand until 2012 at the earliest. It will operate as an eight-team league with of Fresno State, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana Tech, Nevada, New Mexico State, San Jose State and Utah State.
Maybe Larry Scott can merge with the WAC if he still wants his Pac-16.
Here’s the official release on UCLA dismissing three incoming freshmen off its football team. For about three months anyways.