Which College Football Coach Gets Canned First This Season?

Which College Football Coach Gets Canned First This Season?

Submitted by Perkis-Size Me on July 16th, 2018 at 3:37 PM

I posted this thread around this time last year and thought with the lack of real football-related material these days, I’d post it again. Not that I don’t love listing off my G.O.A.T foods, but who do you all see among the first college football head coaches to be fired this season?

OT: Shared YouTube TV login

OT: Shared YouTube TV login

Submitted by karpodiem on July 16th, 2018 at 10:30 AM

I have a YouTube TV subscription which allows three people to watch it at the same time. My sister (who lives in Chicago) and I split the cost, and I have room for one more person. To be part of shared subscription would run you $15/month, which is a pretty good deal considering it's $40/month for one person. Yes, I'm charging $5 extra a month to facilitate the setup.

This would be a very economical option for someone looking to stream games this fall who lives overseas or someone who cut the cord and is looking to stream games during the season.

Speaking of Recruits Trending Away From Michigan, Kyle Ford Has Had a Slew of Crystal Balls to USC

Speaking of Recruits Trending Away From Michigan, Kyle Ford Has Had a Slew of Crystal Balls to USC

Submitted by Santa Clause on July 14th, 2018 at 5:34 PM

Title says it all. This sucks because many of the insiders were saying he wanted out of L.A. (top 3 of Colorado, Oregon, and Michigan) and it looked like we had a great chance.

 

The Athletic article on Denard: NCAA 14, CFL, and becoming a father

The Athletic article on Denard: NCAA 14, CFL, and becoming a father

Submitted by emozilla on July 13th, 2018 at 5:21 PM

Nice what're-they-doing-now article on Denard over at The Athletic: https://theathletic.com/429878/2018/07/13/denard-robinsons-ncaa-14-cover-legacy-and-the-one-hes-building-beyond-football/

Paywall, but he goes into his affinity for the EA Sports NCAA games (RIP), the CFL, and becoming a father.

Rutgers - The "Pride" of the B1G: Rutgers Investigating Up to Eight Football Players in Connection to Credit Card Fraud

Rutgers - The "Pride" of the B1G: Rutgers Investigating Up to Eight Football Players in Connection to Credit Card Fraud

Submitted by boliver46 on July 13th, 2018 at 10:44 AM

"The Rutgers University Police Department is investigating the potential fraudulent use of credit cards by as many as eight Rutgers football players, Keith Sargeant of NJ.com reports."

Rutgers does it again - proving that it was a GREAT idea for Delaney to invite them into the B1G!

(Obvious sarcasm is obvious)