And, obey the law!
Big East action courtesy of ESPN2 tonight. A battle between a 4-5 Pitt team and a 3-6 UConn team for...well...anyway, this is the only football game on the ESPN family of networks tonight.
Per @MichiganAlumni on twitter
Does anybody else think it is an a-hole move of Brandon to keep trying to convince UConn to move this game? I imagine whatever football fans UConn has have been looking forward to UM coming to campus for a few years now and he wants to pull out and move it to a sterile NFL stadium.
It is always about the money with Brandon. BOO-urns!
EDIT: Okay, so, WTF?!? The other thread WASN'T delted, but dammit, it just disappeared for me. Now it's back. Database error? Mods, please merge with the other thread.
I know a thread about Kiffin's problems at USC was just deleted, but I'll be damned if this right here doesn't deserve a thread on its own merits. Mods, do as you will.
New PSU documentary called "The Framing of Joe Paterno" in which they (including a member of the PSU Board of Trustees, a PSU professor, and of course the crazy rantings of Franco Harris) blame the media for Joe Paterno's downfall and firing. The ironic thing is they build part of their argument railing against ESPN and Mark Schwarz for "protecting" Bernie Fine whose case was dropped by the Feds today.
Video includes a confrontation between the director and ESPN's Mark Schwarz at Beaver Stadium on the sideline.