Thursday, August 2, 2012
Morning Links for August 2nd
Good morning! Here are some morning links to get your day going!
1) Wisconsin star running back Montee Ball was assaulted by 5 men Tuesday night and may have suffered a concussion.
2) Daniel Rodriguez, a Purple Heart recipient, fulfills his promise to a fallen comrade by walking on the Clemson football team.
3) Jerry Sandusky has told his lawyer that he is upset with the sanctions handed down to Penn State.
4) Penn State linebacker Khairi Fortt will transfer to Cal.
5) Oklahoma's center Ben Habern is walking away from the game of football after having offseason neck surgery that fused two vertebrae.
6) Tony Barnhart has a column in which he writes 5 things about the ACC and says that September is put up or shut up month.
7) Auburn quarterback Zeke Pike has decided to transfer. With Clint Moseley still recovering from shoulder issues, it looks like Kiehl Frazier has all but locked up the starting job.
8) Mike Huguenin continues counting down all 124 FBS schools with #16 Clemson.
9) Les Miles confirmed that Penn State quarterback Rob Bolden is transferring to LSU.
10) Stewart Mandel has a mailbag and says that USC is a force because of Lane Kiffin.
11) Birmingham News columnist Charles Hollis predicts Alabama and Auburn's records for the upcoming season.
12) The Alabama Board of Trustees approved a new 34,000 square foot athletic training facility for all student athletes. It will cost $9.6 million to build.
13) Robbie Andreu of the Gainesville Sun lists 5 priorities for the Gators as they head into camp.
14) Chip Towers of the AJC offers the 5 priorities for Georgia as they head into camp.
15) Mike Strange lists 5 things to watch for as the Vols open camp.
16) Vanderbilt has switched radio stations in Nashville to 1510 AM for men's football and basketball.
17) Dave Matter looks at 5 questions for the Missouri Tigers as they head into camp.
18) Hugh Kellenberger previews Ole Miss as they head into camp.
19) Brandon Marcello previews Mississippi State as they open up camp.
20) Jim Kleinpeter talks about LSU as they head into camp and Les Miles says the Tigers can handle the hype and expectations.
21) Arkansas players spoke with the media about the upcoming season and dealing with the high expectations.