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Perhaps the Jerry Sandusky Saga will never officially end. It has been etched in stone in college football, sports, and American culture lore and will never be whited out. But for all you closure hounds out there, three more important dates still lie ahead in the future of this scandal: Jerry’s sentencing, the beginning of Jerry’s prison sentence, and Jerry’s death. While I can’t speak for the latter two, we know this much: on October 9, 2012, Jerry Sandusky will receive his prison sentence. Read more after the jump.
College football is a money-making enterprise, as everyone knows. And while the bowl system is the main proprietor of such non-finnancial equity, both in relation to other college sports, its athletes and smaller institutions, there are levels of legal corruption as well. Namely, small colleges playing big schools in the early non-conference schedule where the result is hardly in doubt even before kickoff.
A Kent State Player Returned A Fumble The Wrong Way, But That Wasn’t Even The Silliest Part Of This Clip
Kent State and Towson. Not exactly college football powerhouses, but one could make the case that every player in college football should know which direction their team is trying to go in order to score at any given moment, even the guys on lowly Kent State and Towson. But Kent State’s Andre Parker didn’t. He picked up a muffed punt only to return it almost 60 yards in the wrong direction. And then the other guys tackled him. Watch video of the return, after the jump.
The USC Trojans recently put up 30 billboards around Southern California featuring a hopeful Matt Barkley’s face and the slogan, “We Play To Finish” emblazoned to the left. That’s OK. What wasn’t OK for someone, or some entity, was the fact that one of those billboards was a short walk from UCLA’s campus. The details, after the jump.
While the country’s “experts” are fumbling to find a functional rankings system for college football, there’s a very important factor that the stat nerds left out. The list, and our methodology, after the jump.
According to Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch, former ESPNer Erin Andrews has officially landed at Fox Sports to host a 30-minute prime-time college football show. Andrews will debut in that role before the Hawaii-USC game on September 1st. She will also have an undisclosed role with NFL and MLB coverage.
Not many details have emerged as of yet, but it appears that former Auburn football players Ed Christian and Ladarious Phillips were shot and killed last night, and current offensive lineman Eric Mack sustained a gunshot wound but will survive.
Oklahoma University starting senior linebacker Austin Box, 22, has been confirmed dead earlier this afternoon after being found unconscious last night.
Incoming Florida freshman wide receiver Ja’Juan Story recently took part in a revealing Q&A in which he described some…interesting routines of his.