Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Jun 11, 2015.
That's what I thought, but nothing pops up on the news or Google.
UL-L or University of Louisiana-Lafayette. They're being accused of paying recruits and exam fraud:
They brand themselves as ul for university of Louisiana. Its a bad time there. Hopefully the ncaa shows a spine and if the unc allegations are true the heels get hit hard too for a much worse scandal.
I'm so excited about this weekend's Michigan St. - Michigan game. Get Hyped!
That game is going to be amazing. Michigan is on a roll. 3 games without giving up a point. Ridiculous
You could argue he's the greatest coach in the history of three schools. Add the fact that he won the Heisman and you've got a very impressive resume.
That would be enough, but to add on that he's one of the most entertaining, witty, and colorful people in sports places him solidly in College Football Greatness. The shit he's said over the years, especially about Georgia and Tennessee, have been hilarious.
Or even at Duke, when he took the team photo - players, trainers, coaches, everyone - celebrating their first ACC title in UNC end zone (who they'd just beaten 41-0), with the scoreboard in the background. http://www.wralsportsfan.com/steve-spurrier-s-days-at-duke/14969967/
He was a master troll. At USCe, after beating Clemson (again), "They've got a good team, but continue to not play very well when they play us for some reason."
I'll be at the Ohio State-Penn State game this weekend.
As will I... Well probably at Varsity Club, maybe at the game.
Boise St. with 7 turnovers… in the 1st half! My goodness, must be a record of sorts.
Scratch that. Will be at the game too. I'll be the guy wearing black in the club section
What the hell is Michigan's helmet decal supposed to be?
They should ditch them and go back to the clean winged helmet look.
Presumably it's a stupid Wolverine.
No, it's not. The decal was designed that way to enable the quarterback to see his receivers downfield. I think Delaware has it also.
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