alternate headline: man does job
Stanford running back Barry J. Sanders told The Oklahoman in an exclusive interview he intends to join the Cowboys as a graduate transfer for his final season of eligibility.
Barry J. Sanders played in 36 games over three seasons with 664 rushing yards and five touchdowns after one redshirt year at Stanford.
His father, Barry Sanders, had arguably the greatest individual season in college football history in 1988 at OSU with 2,850 yards rushing and 44 touchdowns to win the Heisman Trophy.
Would not be looking at much playing time at Stanford with Heisman hopeful Christian McCaffrey get the majority of the touches. Expected to compete for starting job at OK State.
2 Wolverines invited- Glasgow and Henry. Rudddddddock and Bolden not invited.
M's 2 invitees were 2nd worst in the B1G - only Purdue had fewer. And M Won 10 games. Bodes well for next year.
JH is ignoring the SEC and relaxing at the Pebble Beach pro am this weekend. He was seen on Wed high fiving Bill Murray and Mark Wahlberg on the 7th hole at Pebble. He starts his official round today on 1st tee of Spyglass at 10:01am PT, 1:01 pm ET. Sarah is his caddy.
USA Today Article on JH at Pebble
TV coverage links:
free coverage of 15th and 17th at Pebble and free trial of pga golf channel 3-6pm
(I do not think the above channels will show Harbaugh at Spyglass)
Harbaugh will be at Pebble on Sat (and possibly Sun), when CBS coverage takes over 3-6pm ET.
The writer thinks Swann's argument is ridiculous. I agree with the writer.