Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight was forced to leave to leave the Wolverines' 28-10 win over Purdue on Saturday due to a hit that knocked him out of the game. That meant he was forced to not only leave the field, but leave Ross-Ade Stadium...
In Knoxville over the weekend, an argument between a coach and official at a youth game went off the rails.
According to the Knoxville News Sentinel, referee Arnold Jay Davis III was arrested following a confrontation with Fulton Falcons youth coach Antonio R. Hamilton. Following...
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Lots of interesting stuff to get to today, so here's the #Twitter12Pack of things that no one expected to see this weekend.
1 - Bill Callahan looks a whole lot like a younger Bill Snyder to me in this pic...
2 - Aaron Rodgers voicing his...
SEC Shorts burst onto the funny video scene earlier this year with a short on Saban's Coke bottle, and then last week they did a nice parody video on Tennessee's turnover trash can.
These guys are going to be churning out funny stuff all season...
To get the blood pumping:
Nice timing by the NFL on this one
The quote of the day
Pacman got his ankles broken twice this play
Not exactly what coaches want to see as far as tackling goes, but quite the pop
For GOT fans
That's pretty funny
I've probably watched...
1. Kinnick Stadium at night is college football's version of the Twilight Zone. Iowa regularly forces Top 5-ranked visitors to run in the mud in Iowa City, as evidenced by upsets of No. 3 Penn State in 2008, No. 5 Michigan State in 2010...
Penn State head coach James Franklin and comedian (and Penn State graduate) Keegan-Michael Key look similar. The two have capitalized on this before.
With College GameDay in Times Square on Saturday, ESPN wanted in on some of that action, recruiting the Key and Peele star to impersonate Franklin by...