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Friday, August 28, 2015

College Football

Michigan AD Dave Brandon Wants to Make Big House 120,000 Seat Stadium

The Big House at Michigan is already the largest stadium in the country with a capacity of nearly 110,000. Athletic director Dave Brandon thinks that’s nice, but he’d like to make Michigan Stadium even larger. In fact, he said on WTKA’s Michigan Insider that he’d like to expand the stadium and have capacity grow by…Read More

Donovan Warren: Nothing but Respect for Rich Rodriguez

LBS interviewed former Michigan cornerback and current Steelers cornerback Donovan Warren at the premiere for 4th and Forever. 4th and Forever is a TV show that will debut Thursday at 9PM Eastern on Current TV, and the show chronicles last year’s football season at Long Beach Poly High School. Poly, where Warren attended high school,…Read More

WVU Coach Dana Holgorsen Had to Be Removed from Casino

There’s an unwritten rule in the college football world that you may or may not have heard of since I just this second made it up: wait until you have coached at least one game to start acting like a jackass in public. Apparently West Virginia football head coach-in-waiting Dana Holgorsen lost his copy of…Read More

Harvey Updyke: ‘I’m a Very Unhealthy Alabama Fan’

Harvey Updyke is the Alabama football fan accused of poisoning the 130-year-old oak trees on Auburn’s campus as a form a revenge following Bama’s defeat in the Iron Bowl. Updyke admits he called into a radio show under the alias of “Al from Dadeville” to say he poisoned the trees, but he denies actually poisoning…Read More

Mark Titus Thought Ohio State Football Players’ Cars Were Sketchy

Former Ohio State basketball player Mark Titus, who writes an entertaining sports blog entitled “Club Trillion,” touched on the violations Ohio State’s football program committed in a blog post published Monday. If you recall, five Ohio State football players were punished in December for exchanging merchandise for tattoos. On top of the tattoo issues, and…Read More

Big Ten Officials and Commissioner Jim Delany Discuss Paying Athletes

The constant and persistent cry for NCAA athletes to be paid has resulted in an interesting development.  Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany, with the approval of NCAA president Mark Emmert, discussed potentially paying student-athletes to help cover living expenses on top of their scholarships.  The meeting recently took place between Big Ten school officials and…Read More

The Wiz of Odds Exposes Exorbitant Spending by Schools in Bowl Games

Our buddy Jay Christensen, who runs the college football site The Wiz of Odds, has spent the past several weeks working on an investigative report that exposes the college football bowl system. Jay obtained expense reports for 56 of the 70 teams that participated in bowl games last season and reveals that the bowl tradition…Read More

Mark Richt’s ‘Win at All Costs’ Thoughts Are Laughable

Georgia football coach Mark Richt got all righteous during a meeting of “Bulldog faithful” in South Carolina last week. First, Richt drew attention for calling out the practice of over-signing, which is an unethical yet commonly-used practice employed by Nick Saban most notably. The he took an idealistic stand against the world of college football…Read More

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