A collection of college football photos, stories and links from around the web.
Probably a kettle/pot thing here with they way I spell, but hey it’s all in good fun.
The Knight commission would like Bowl payouts to be linked to graduation rate. Good luck with that, and that’s from someone who would love it.
John Walters (@jdubs88) picked up on a great quote from PAC12 commissioner Larry Scott and gives us this story.
Michigan safety Josh Furman was found not guilty of assault and battery and domestic violence charges. (via @chengelis)
@BTNDienhart reports that Iowa Board of Regents has approved plans for the second and final phase of the football facilities plan.
The NCAA has pushed back the date on a new, more stringent, academic standards so they would not go into effect until 2016. I’m sure they will get changed four more times before then anyways so I don’t see the point, but whatever keeps people employed.
Andy Staples is celebrating the new college football playoff. I imagine with some burnt ends and sweet tea.
Remember that Colorado State trio of players who beat the snot out of some other folks, well they have been formally charged with some fairly minor stuff.
Sean Adams (@thatsean) wrote this great column for ESPN on the Texas/Texas A&M rivalry ending.
[photo via @ParadigmShift35]