Saturday, July 21, 2012

Morning Links for July 21st

Good morning everybody! I hope you're having a great weekend. Here are some links to get you going as well as a link to my appearance on the Bunn Sports Show yesterday.

1) Ivan Maisel looks back at SEC Media Days.

2) The decision about the Joe Paterno statue is supposedly going to be made by Penn State's President in the next 72 hours.

3) New allegations against Miami say that Al Golden's staff broke recruiting rules adding their NCAA woes.

4) Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany will not be granted the power by the league to fire coaches.

5) Baylor regents approved a $250 million on campus stadium that will hopefully be ready by 2014.

6) Brett McMurphy says that the bar is set very high for the Georgia Bulldogs this year and they are dreaming big.

7) Colorado State commit Zach Golditch was injured at the theater shooting in Aurora Friday morning.

8) Mike Huguenin continues his preseason rankings of all 124 FBS programs with #28 Washington.

9) North Carolina is vacating the records of receiver Hakeem Nicks from 2008 but did not give a reason why.

10) Michael Dyer is happy at Arkansas State despite the NCAA ruling on his eligibility.

11) Lars Anderson looks at the theater of the absurd that is SEC Media Days and gives a power rankings for the Media Days.

12) Jim Harris ranks the coaches from SEC Media Days based on performance.

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