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Saturday morning one-liners

Former Pittsburgh Steeler Franco Harris twirls a Terrible Towel before the start of the Steelers NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Pittsburgh AP

Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…

— Former Penn State running back/current serial blowhard Franco Harris blah blah blah blah blah.

— As the Charlotte 49ers get set to launch its football program, one of its players is just thankful to be alive to see it.

Jimbo Fisher takes the Sergeant Schultz approach when it comes to Clint Trickett‘s transfer (video).

— Virginia Tech’s searching for its manhood following an abysmal 2012 season.

— Syracuse wide receiver Keenan Hale will miss the 2013 season due to a lower-body injury.

— The website lists eight players to keep an eye on in Michigan State’s spring game.

Raleigh News & Observer: ECU’s playmakers ready for spring game.

— As Utah State gets set for its spring game, two little-used Aggies have decided to leave the football program.

— Lather, rinse, repeat: Alabama to host a gaggle of five-star recruits during its spring game.

Hartford Courant: UConn’s spring finale to be more scrimmage than spring game.

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7 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. dutchman1350 says: Apr 20, 2013 11:13 AM

    Hey John Taylor – Maybe someday someone you care about is wrongfully accused of something, and then you will understand Franco’s opinion.

  2. eidolon21 says: Apr 20, 2013 11:56 AM

    funny thing about freedom of speech. The media only thinks its for them and people who says what the media agrees with. If you have a different opinion they try to silence you or label you a blowhard etc. > way to go JT (sarcasm)

  3. eagles512 says: Apr 20, 2013 1:53 PM

    You’d think in light of the fact that the NCAA has proven to be a fraud, a writer would be more open minded to those questioning them.

  4. cometkazie says: Apr 20, 2013 2:15 PM

    Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, indeed!

  5. drubyy1993 says: Apr 21, 2013 2:45 AM

    Dutchman1350 yea cuz who cares anout the kids right?

  6. dutchman1350 says: Apr 21, 2013 9:18 AM

    The Penn State community and the Paternos contribute as much for children, as any school in the country. Look it up.

    Look at the Boston situation. The FBI was notified of these two terrorists, and they had terrorist videos on their YouTube site. Their fellow students could not recognize their evil. Plenty of evidence, yet evil hid among them, like Sandusky did.

    However, people want to vilify Joe Paterno, when he was simply told a vague story, and reported it to school administrators. Most of the hate directed at Paterno is out of jealousy.

  7. bubblehead22 says: Apr 21, 2013 3:28 PM

    Hey John Taylor, are you a journalist or are you posting on your Facebook page? I don’t see any journalism here.

    Funny how schools all over the country have one issue or another that knocks them down a peg or two or even 50 except in the SEC. Oregon the latest example. The SEC which seems to make the most money for the NCAA, is in bed with 3 tv networks, and seems to win every year is clean?

    Even with overwhelming evidence of wrong doing at Auburn, nothing, not one sanction.

    Spare us your “journalism” and stick to your Facebook page comments, that’s all I see here.

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