"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."
For those in need of a cool video, Jacob Karam, QB of the Memphis Tigers made headlines last week for playing a heart warming duet with, St. Jude's patient Breanna, a twelve year old with leukemia.
After that video made its rounds, Karam showed his piano talents went way further on a local radio station where callers made requests to see what he could play... 14 minutes and he didn't get stumped once.
Tip off is set for 3pm EST on ESPN 2
Just a little reminder for those of us who have to go to work. Hopefully the team comes out firing on all cylinders because they're going need it against a team like Memphis.
I'm sure that most of us who have been out of college for a little while have some amount of money saved for retirement--or you're blowing it on hard drugs. Seriously though, anyone with stock in Fed Ex may want to reconsider.
I'm all for random super rich dudes blowing their cash, but this article is talking about using 10 million a year from Fed Ex to sponsor Memphis's inclusion in a BCS AQ conference. I'd be beyond livid if I were a shareholder. It's one thing to pay for a company name on the Orange Bowl, but I don't know that any team is worth 10 million a year to a company that doesn't make sporting goods. To contrast, Michigan signed their Adidas contract for about 7.5 million.