Ha. Yeah, I'm tired again. Got to work a lil early, just because I wanted to leave early today. That's right. Leaving early on Friday. Now that's what I'm talking about.
There's not a whole lot on the plate today. The coaching carousel is still spinning out of control. Michigan may end up with Brady Hoke from Ball State. Arkansas is lost and has no clear favorite at the moment. They'll end up with somebody that doesn't really know what they're doing, of course. Paul Johnson is a candidate at about 3 or 4 different schools, but may not be going anywhere because they're not the right fit. Etc. It's a crazy year, my friends.
The Detroit Free Press feels like Michigan AD Bill Martin should be fired. There's a looong story as to why Miles decided to stay at LSU, and it has to do with the fact that Miles' agent couldn't reach Martin when he needed to. Once the news broke on Saturday from ESPN that Miles was headed to Michigan, LSU forced Les into a decision. They attempted to contact Martin before deciding to stay in Baton Rouge, but Martin was out sailing in Florida, and said his phone wouldn't work. Read the full story here.
There's a new book due to hit shelves in mid-January called "Tarnished Heisman," which details all of the information about the Reggie Bush scandal at USC. Whether he was being paid, etc. It could end up with them taking away his Heisman trophy, etc, and it could end up with USC on probation. We'll see. Read more about it.
Darren Mustin is upset at himself because, although he bought in to Coach Saban's process, he didn't successfully lead everyone else to do the same. I REALLY wish this kid was going to be around next year, and I'd almost be willing to be he'll be a graduate assistant with the team next year. He understands what they're trying to do, and he wants to be a part of it. This statement alone tells you all you need to know - "(...there are) some people out there that just do not care, and they will not care," Mustin said. "Those are the type of weeds that you have to pull out. You regrow and you rebirth." Read more of his statements here.
In the Bears / Redskins game last night, both starting QBs went down with knee injuries. And the players that hit them? Cornelius Griffin hit Rex Grossman. Mark Anderson hit Jason Campbell. Roll Tide, right?
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I've been trying for months to get some info on the NCAA investigation on Bush and USC. I have a contact with the Gannett Newspaper Organization which the LA times is part of an it's been impossible to get any information. I hope this book will revral the whole truth about this sitution and I really hope USC gets probation. I fear that the NCAA is hopeing that everyone will forget it and nothing will be done. # posted by Dave : 11:48 AM
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