Skip to content

Thursday afternoon one-liners

Gene Smith

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

– Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith supports the idea of playing the Big Ten championship game in Detroit when the contract with Indianapolis runs out in three years.

Newark Star Ledger: New athletic director Julie Hermann needs to prove she can be a visionary for Rutgers.

– While an agreement in principle has been reached to renew the Memphis-Tennessee hoops rivalry, a continuation of the football series remains up in the air.

– Michigan State’s Spartan Stadium North end zone project involves Homeland Security issue.

– Former Penn State quarterback Steven Bench tells the Tampa Bay Times his visit to USF left him impressed.

– At least for now, former Alabama offensive coordinator Jim McElwain is looking forward to bringing his Colorado State team to Bryant-Denny Stadium this fall.

– Having an East Coast recruiting presence is being embraced by Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi.

– Four Utes looking to replace the production in the running game lost with the departure of John White.

– Safety Ebo Makinde posted the fasted 40-yard dash time (4.24) at Boise State’s spring testing day.

– Speaking of Boise State, Bronco Stadium will be getting a new 60-foot-by-33-foot video board to replace the one installed in 2001.

– Class of 2014 Kentucky football recruits banding together on Twitter.

Permalink 2 Comments Feed for comments Latest Stories in: Alabama Crimson Tide, American Athletic Conference, Big Ten Conference, Boise State Broncos, Colorado State Rams, Kentucky Wildcats, Michigan State Spartans, Mountain West Conference, Ohio State Buckeyes, Pac-12 Conference, Penn State Nittany Lions, Rumor Mill, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Southeastern Conference, Top Posts, Utah Utes
2 Responses to “Thursday afternoon one-liners”
  1. manik56 says: May 16, 2013 12:15 PM

    Is the MSU leadership aware about how awful the bathroom situation is at Spartan Stadium? I read nothing on improving that with this renovation.

    Gene, let’s get the game in Cleveland or Cincy if we put it in Detroit. You care so much about the community with you hard line 7 home games a year view, how about applying that reasoning to other things. Schedule Akron & BG instead of Buffalo and Florida A&M while I am on the topic. Support Ohio like you claim you do.

  2. 11thstreetmafia says: May 16, 2013 5:08 PM

    Kentucky recruits banding together? Uh, oh! Vandy better watch out.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!