Posted by: Pete Roussel on June 25, 2012
- Jim Mora Jr. has reportedly offered a scholarship to sophomore-to-be Cordell Broadus, the son of Snoop Dog. Broadus' high school coach broke the news via twitter.
- Todd Graham has embraced the legacy of Pat Tillman.
- I met with Tulane head coach Curtis Johnson on Saturday morning in New Orleans. Everything is "We're going to..." not "We've got to..." If Johnson's confidence rubs off on his players, the Green Wave may have a swagger for the first time since the Tommy Bowden era.
- Brian Kelly says the herniated disc that bothered Kelly's back is "all cleaned up and we're ready to roll."
- Ron English is pumped about the new uniforms at Eastern Michigan. Here's the photo gallery. The Eagles will have green, white, and gray jerseys.
- Mark Dantonio told the Detroit Free Press that he'll meet individually with every player for 30-40 minutes in the next few weeks. Dantonio said, "I want to empower them to make sure they have an opportunity to set the world right in their mind. If we're not doing something that's helping them, if we're doing something that hinders them, that comes out on the table."
- Randy Edsall admits the negative press was tough, but thinks Maryland 'could have an outstanding year this year.' Edsall told the Associated Press, "If I was this so-called tyrant or militaristic person, then how did we attract this outstanding class? It's very obvious that the incoming freshmen and the parents really like the message, where the program is going and the principles and values that we have."
- Southern Miss athletic director Jeff Hammond is hoping to see an increase in season-ticket sales from 10,000 to 12,000.
- Mark Dantonio told MLive.com that student-assistant Andre Rison is really going to help the Michigan State wide receivers.
- Gary Patterson likes the expected playoff system.
- Video Q&A with UNC offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Blake Anderson:
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