News Right Now is BAD News

You’ve surely noticed that the last couple of weeks have been full of bad news for college football programs. From Auburn’s academic troubles to Rhett Bomar and everything in between. For the most part, if your football team is making news in July or early August…then they are making BAD news.

Sunday Morning Quarterback has a super entry called “Rap Sheet” that takes a wholistic look at a lot of the offseason problems that have hit a lot of the schools.

Pat Forde at extrapolates on the issue in this entry.

At 11:30 a.m. ET on Thursday, these were the top headlines on the college football page of this Web site:

• Sources: Auburn sits Blackmon, Sears for 3 games
• Former Volunteers QB Schaeffer eligible at Ole Miss
• Volunteers dismiss one football player, suspend another
• Moss, Moore among suspended Canes for FSU game
• Report: Son of Bonds’ surgeon flunked USC steroid test
• Air Force suspends kicker Harrison indefinitely
• Marijuana issue last straw as Utah St. dismisses Davis
• NCAA says bad report cards could cost schools plenty

Welcome to college football 2006. Feel the purity!

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2 Responses to News Right Now is BAD News

  1. vtpackfan 08/07/2006 at 8:15 AM #

    Ready for some games so that the focus can turn to on field achievements/problems. This has been exhausting to pay much attention to. Thought that places like VT and others were going to feel the heat for keeping out grads. and undergrads. with families to give athletes spacious quarters for all their X-Box games. I’m sure Coach Beamer will cuss out any investigators right out of Vicksburg… oh I mean Blacksburg, sorry.

  2. Wulfpack 08/07/2006 at 3:08 PM #

    Interesting development in the Bomar situation:

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