Cleveland paper reporting Brown will commit to Oregon tonight. Maybe the uniforms sold him on it?
For both your information if you're already down there, and in hopes that you're safe and can check in with those who might be worried.
NEW ORLEANS - I-10 West and East are currently closed at the Michoud Exit due to a multi-car fatal accident.
There were 40 cars involved in the pileup that killed two people.
A 54-year-old man from Springfield, La. and a man from Slidell, age unknown, were killed in the accident, according to the NOPD.
Tow truck drivers who arrived at the I-10 pileup scene shortly after it happened said visibility was extremely poor because of thick fog.
Minor to critical injuries caused 22 people to go to the hospital and 37 others received minor injuries that they refused treatment for.
A firefighter was injured during a rescue operations and suffered minor lacerations.
Westbound traffic is currently being detoured to Highway 11, while a better alternative may be Chef Menteur / Highway 90.
Eastbound traffic should exit at Chef Menteur / Highway 90.
Officials say that it could be several hours before the area is cleared and advise commuters to add extra time for their drive.
The cause is still under investigation, according to NOPD.
VT blog, Gobbler Country, put up their Sugar Bowl preview yesterday. Didn't see it posted yet. Anyway, they see having a difficult time with our defensive front 4 (Martin and RVB, in particular) and Denard. They make some good observations about our team and, best of all, they predict a 31-21 Michigan victory.
Starts off with the same clips of them getting off the plane, but this is a longer video that shows the whole day including some practice clips.
The Ann Arbor episode of Man vs. Food is on this evening (5:30 PM where I live) on The Travel Channel.
For those who haven't seen the show, the host goes to three local restaurants. He then has a "challenge", which involves either quantity or spice.
I won't give away any of the show, but he does get a Blimpie burger . . . .
This one is again created early for everyone's convenience, and in the event that I am putting the kiddos to bed when the game starts. If nothing else, we need to match the hilarity of last night's Belk Bowl thread, which was a wonderful indictment of the game itself.
What everyone has been waiting for - The Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl!
So, tune in to ESPN again at 8 PM for California (7-5) versus Texas (7-5) in another battle of so-so teams that will hopefully provide everyone some great Wednesday night entertainment.
I went Texas on this one in the pool.