Here’s what you need to know and what’s really important after two weeks of college football.
Harvey Updyke, the infamous idiot Alabama fan that killed the oaks at Toomer’s Corner and then told the world about it via Paul Finebaum, is having trouble paying his court ordered restitution because he has 21 medications he must take each month.
Ok, what I’m about to say is blasphemy but it must be noted—the entire world is not fascinated with college football. They should be, but they aren’t.
Our rankings are simple. Who’s the most likely to get fired? That’s the only criteria we use to group them. The higher the ranking, the more likely they’ll be shown the door.
It took just two weeks in 2014 but the first domino in the college football caching carousel has fallen. June Jones has resigned immediately from SMU. We all know what resigns means don’t we?
BIG 10 fans are beyond tired of hearing how bad they are. The problem is, they’re going to keep hearing it. They loathe the SEC and other power conferences. They’re appalled that they have to defend themselves at every turn. After all, they’re the BIG 10—home of The Ohio State, The Big House…and Rutgers?
Athletic Directors are supposed to raise money, give speeches, hire and fire coaches and do it mostly behind the scenes. They aren’t supposed to run onto the field and argue with officials.