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Friday afternoon one-liners

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

– There won’t be any need to believe the Heisman hype because there won’t be any coming from Georgia for quarterback Aaron Murray.

– Michael Campanaro, one of the best receivers in the nation that you’ve probably never heard of, is gearing up for his swan song at Wake Forest.

– Not so surprisingly, five-star quarterback Christian Hackenberg will arrive in Happy Valley with “a lot of expectations” his position coach says. The Big Ten’s nine-game league schedule, released Thursday, is an unappetizing but necessary choice.

– For the second straight year, Wyoming quarterback Brett Smith will take part in the Manning Passing Academy.

– The Fort Worth Star-Telegram makes the case for TCU to retire the jersey number of former quarterback Andy Dalton.

– The Nephew of Matt Damon will attempt to walk-on to the Nebraska football team.

– At ‘Meet Your Seats’ event, Tennessee tries to woo fans back home to Neyland Stadium.

– Zaquoya Parham keeping up the family defensive back tradition at Wyoming.

– The ACC has reached an agreement with the YES Network on a deal that will televise up to 10 football games in 2013.

– Auburn has installed new flatscreen televisions on the Jordan-Hare Stadium concourse.

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2 Responses to “Friday afternoon one-liners”
  1. scalpemseminoles says: Jul 12, 2013 4:47 PM

    why is that auburn story even a story?

  2. justanobservor says: Jul 13, 2013 2:21 AM


    Why are any of these “stories” even stories? Obvisously, the college football tank is empty.

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