Monthly Archives: July 2013
Awful Announcing: In another move that will likely endear him to the local media, USC head football coach Lane Kiffin announced that fall practices will be closed this season.
Awful Announcing: Boosters are allowed to tweet recruits. Twitter’s CEO broke this rule.
Alabama defensive line recruit Dee Liner (yes, he’s a D-Liner named Dee Liner) has stirred up some controversy after posting a picture of himself and two friends holding a wad of hundreds on Instagram.
Puig wanted to go home, so he ended the game.
Crystal Ball Run: Johnny Manziel keeps his Twitter game strong.
The Sporting Herald Media Column for July 29: NBC buys half of a NASCAR season for 10 years, $4.4 billion; ESPN announces their fall 30 for 30 schedule; Paul Finebaum is back on the air in Birmingham; Judy Battista and Jenn Brown move to the NFL Network; Pac-12 and DirecTV are at an impasse.
Crystal Ball Run: Is Lane Kiffin on the “Hot Seat”? USC Athletic Director Pat Haden says no.
Crystal Ball Run: Colin Cowherd thinks that Kentucky sends too many letters to recruits. In response, Kentucky sent him 50 letters.
Crystal Ball Run: Oregon was selected to win the 2013 Pac-12 title by the media at Pac-12 Media Day, today in Los Angeles.
Former Texas A&M and current Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Ryan Swope has retired from football.