Saturday, July 28, 2012

Morning Links for July 28th

Good morning! Here are the links to get your morning started!

Yesterday, I made an appearance on the Jacob Bunn Show and we previewed the Pac 12.

1) The ESPN Insider has 20 teams that could win the BCS.

2) The ESPN crew has your Day 2 wrap up of Big Ten Media Days right here.

3) Last night, the Joe Paterno statue was reportedly moved from Beaver Stadium to an undisclosed location.

4) Franco Harris and two other former Penn State players wrote an email to major publications criticizing the Freeh Report.

5) A source in the Freeh Report is reportedly upset with the way the NCAA used the Freeh Report.

6) Despite contacting Penn state to recruit players, Georgia has said they won't pursue the players any more.

7) Mitch Sherman wonders what the rush is for college coaches to offer middle schoolers.

8) Dennis Dodd says that for their sake and the sake of the Big Ten, Michigan better beat Alabama.

9) Tony Barnhart wrote a piece where he interviewed the AD of Georgia Greg McGarity about the lessons learned from the Penn State scandal.

10) Nebraska has unveiled an alternate uniform for their Wisconsin game. It's very red and black.

11) Jim Delany says that the NCAA and Big Ten had the moral authority to punish Penn State the way they did.

12) Mike Huguenin continues his preseason countdown of all 124 FBS teams with #21 Ohio State.

13) Bill O'Brien says Penn State my change their uniforms as soon as this season.

14) USC defensive end Devon Kennard has torn a pectoral muscle and may miss the entire 2012 season.

15) It was announced yesterday that Wisconsin running back Montee Ball actually pronounces his name Mon-tay Ball. Andy Staples writes how a name can truly make a difference.

16) Fox Sports continues their preseason countdown with #11 Ohio State.

17) Penn State linebacker Michael Mauti says that he only knows of two or three players that are looking to transfer.

18) Scout previews Alabama for the 2012 season and sees them doing very well.

19) Former Alabama player Tim Castille is now a graduate assistant for the Crimson Tide.

20) My dark horse school for the SEC East is Vanderbilt and they'll have the renovations done to their stadium done before the season starts.

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