After over a century of doing it the old-fashioned way, college football is getting a playoff. Leave it to Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones to want a piece of the action. But what are Jerry's REAL reasons for wanting the college game's new championship for Cowboys Stadium?
UTEP announced the addition of 20 new names to its football roster on National Letter of Intent Signing Day. The class includes two players -- DB Leon Hayes and LB Darnell Murray -- who greyshirted with the program in 2011, bringing the total number of scholarships awarded to 22.
"ESPN staged a college sports morals summit. Paterno and Mike Krzyzewski agreed to star. ESPN cast the pair as The Men Who Did Things The Right Way, as if the right way could be found in the twists, turns and trapdoors of an NCAA rules manual."
"...SMU is Big East-bound, and it can crow to its heart's content that it has a program to match TCU's. You can read all about it on page 12 of the Dallas Morning-News sports section, right above the ads for topless bars..."
Miss last Saturday's UTEP-Tulsa game? Well, you didn't miss much if you're a Miners fan. But if you're feeling guilty that you didn't suffer along with the other 15,000-or-so last Saturday in the Sun Bowl or the tens of...tens viewing on TV, fear not.
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