Some links from around college football on a Friday…
- Washington Huskies tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who was scheduled for one day in jail for his DUI, has reportedly already served his time.
- The topic of NCAA reform and restructuring has been a talking point for conference commissioners recently. So what’s next for the NCAA?
- Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott feels change can come without confrontation.
- This isn’t exactly college football related, but Chris Brown writes an interesting piece on defending the read option. It’s a good one if you’re into X’s and O’s.
- No one’s been named yet, but Outside the Lines has a report that performance-enhancing drugs from Biogenesis have made their way to the NCAA level.
- However, don’t expect much NCAA action to be taken in the matter.
- Forgot to post this from yesterday, but Miami (Ohio) unveiled some radical new uniforms.
- Here’s an idea: why don’t we take all the cruddy teams from the Pac-12 and SEC, have them play each other, and settle this debate once and for all.
- Texas Monthly does the Q&A thing with Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury.