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Saturday morning one-liners

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

– Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges has no problem with Devin Gardner fine-tuning his game with the help of a quarterback guru.

– The Omaha World-Herald says all the talk of more neutral site games in college football is a bunch of hot air.

– Graduating from Texas, former UT great Vince Young says the sheepskin trumps any pigskin glory he achieved with the Longhorns.

– Polynesian players are prospering at Utah.

PennLive.com: Michael Mauti‘s rise to Penn State icon was about so much more than his play.

– al.com: Auburn legend Terry Beasley fights back during week of despair, health scares

– With Nick Saban set to be inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame this weekend, some of the Tide coach’s knickknacks (get it?) will be on display.

– More than $91,000 raised for Mott Children’s Hospital by Michigan football.

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3 Responses to “Saturday morning one-liners”
  1. alligatorsnapper says: May 18, 2013 12:27 PM

    For Nick Saban’s induction shouldn’t it be “nicknacks”?

    Great work by Michigan football for Mott Children’s Hospital. With budget cuts for most state governments and even corporate donations down, these fund raisers are most important. Congrats to all who participated in any way.

    I work with our children’s hospital, as does Drew Brees, the NO Saints, and LSU Tigers and others.

  2. dcroz says: May 18, 2013 2:01 PM

    I’m surprised that Saban is being inducted so quickly into the ASHOF; usually you have to have been around for at least a couple decades before that honor is bestowed up you. Then again, when you’ve accomplished what he has, why wait?

    My best wishes for Terry Beasley, his family, and the Auburn nation as he battles against the health issues he has had. He had a huge role in Pat Sullivan winning the Heisman in 1971 and is still a legendary player not just at Auburn, but in all of college football. Get well soon!

  3. tuscaloosaguy says: May 18, 2013 2:35 PM

    As an Alabama fan and alum; I wish nothing but the very best for Terry Beasley. He and Pat Sullivan ripped my heart out in the late 60′s. He is one of the greats in Auburn and the state of Alabama sports history. Here’s to many more productive years for Terry and the Beasley family

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