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Tuesday afternoon one-liners

Chip Kelly AP

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

– Oregon has paid $208,991 to the law firm investigating possible NCAA violations.

Butch Jones says his Tennessee players are being “transformed” during the “voluntary” summer conditioning program.

– Details of Colorado defensive coordinator Kent Baer‘s contract have been released.

– Penn State running back Zach Zwinak is emerging as a force in the Big Ten.

Detroit Free Press: Mark Dantonio is looking forward to some down time to be a “regular person.”

– Because he needed to focus on academics this spring, wide receiver Quinta Funderburk, a transfer from Arkansas, is currently buried on Syracuse’s depth chart.

Deseret News: Partnership with ESPN is critical to BYU’s scheduling efforts as an independent.

– Quarterback Gary Nova says the results will do the talking for Rutgers’ offense in 2013.

– Led by quarterback Nick Marshall, there are now 20 football newcomers on Auburn’s campus.

– Northern Illinois backup quarterback Matt Williams shaking off the stick-and-ball rust.

– After it dipped in 2012, San Diego State is hoping it sees a spike in attendance this season.

– Memphis head coach Justin Fuente recorded his first career hole-in-one and I hate you Justin Fuente.

– The Patriot-News says Penn State is shifting its recruiting focus to hybrid players.

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6 Responses to “Tuesday afternoon one-liners”
  1. thegamecocker says: Jun 25, 2013 3:45 PM

    @gary nova Rutger’s QB:

    When are you going to quit throwing interceptions? You;re afraid to get hit and you chuck the ball away… and not necessarily to anyone wearing “Scarlet”. I truly hope you develop a pair but I will tell you something: throwing TD passes against Norfolk St., Eastern Michigan, Fresno St., or South Florida will not get you any All-Conference points. The guy behind you should have been playing in the first half of the Kent St game after you threw 4 interceptions…
    IN THE FIRST HALF!! You threw two more in the second half for a total of 6!! Six interceptions in one game yet Coach Flood kept you in there for the next game…..Chase Dodd has more “gullions” than you will ever have and he is a much better leader. He should have gotten a lot more playing time than you. But it is what it is and your Don Bosco pedigree is appropriate I suppose. Because you are playing like a DOG!!! Clean up your act or clean out your locker!!! You are not worthy of a starting role!

  2. tendigitpoet says: Jun 25, 2013 5:34 PM

    Now, JT, hate the game, not the playa.

  3. John Taylor says: Jun 25, 2013 5:41 PM

    @tendigitpoet: 31 years playing the game, and nothing. Good for him, though, the %^#!*&>$#!%…

  4. imaduffer says: Jun 25, 2013 6:30 PM

    John,

    Use the blue ball and wait till the clown opens his mouth before shoot. Works every time.

  5. wakiash says: Jun 26, 2013 9:47 AM

    To “thegamecocker says”

    Spell check or read much. Ever graduate high school?

    Please define “gullions” for us!?!?

  6. thegamecocker says: Jun 26, 2013 11:02 AM

    @wakiash

    If you noted I put this word (“gullions”) in parentheses. It is Italian slang for male genitals. Get it now “Albert”???…….

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