Kliff Kingsbury seamlessly becomes Charlie Weis. Not since Michael Jackson’s Black or White has there been anything so creepy. Some might argue it’s cool. I’d wager that all the recruits’ mothers who dream of a Guns Up visit from Kingsbury would disagree.
Fan is short for fanatical.
Every fan has his/her arch enemy fan. I’m talking Cobra Commander vs. Flint here—pure unadulterated hatred.
This raw emotion manifests itself in many ways. Probably the most entertaining is the scholastic achievement prowess, or lack thereof, that fanatical college football followers have for their loathed rival.
Aaron Hernandez will likely have a few new fans in the slammer. Especially now that he’s a calendar boy.
With the current and seemingly constant shift in all things NCAA Athletics, it seems more schools may be opening up the beer taps in an effort to generate revenue.
The annals of college football are filled with the tales coaches profess as facts and sworn oaths, some taller than others, but all tales nonetheless. Really, what would college football be without the little white lies, half-truths, boldface lies, and misdirection of coaches? — A lot less fun. After all, this is footballrumormill.com. We exist because of these very things!
Let’s take a glance at some of the more memorable ‘coaches having difficulty with the truth’ scenarios of the recent past. We begin with Pete Carroll and whether or not he would have stayed at USC if he knew the severity of the NCAA sanctions headed to Trojan land. Carroll told the Los Angeles Times he would have.
Auburn fans are quickly losing their God given right to make fun of Bammers for inflating the number of national titles they’ve won.
That didn’t stop ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt from doing it though. Check out SVP’s joking barbs at the Tide during U.S. Open coverage.
The NCAA in all its supreme wisdom may have recently said OK to ‘all you can eat’ for student athletes, but Joker Phillips allegedly being photographed with a recruit at a restaurant during a recruiting dead period is not what they meant.