Sunday, May 22, 2022

Big East to add Hamburger University, Clown College, and the School of Rock

The question remains whether the Big East realizes that these are not actual institutions of higher learning with athletic programs, but their interest in them should be of no surprise – it’s money.

Notre Dame puts undefeated record on line vs. nobody again this weekend

"After our stunning victories against Purdue and Pitt, I never thought we could continue to beat nobody," said Kelly. "But this week, I hope we can prove all the doubters wrong."

Big Ten Football changes divison names to Lackluster and Lousy to better reflect level...

In response to a very boring year and Northwestern being relevant for the Rose Bowl, Big Ten Football has announced a name change for their Leaders and Legends Divisions: the Lousy and Lackluster Divisions.

Brian Kelly takes Pinkett’s advice, travels to San Quentin on recruiting visit

Confused guards told him that visiting hours were over, and they doubted very seriously if they could “wrangle up [the inmates'] test scores and 40-yard-dash times.”

Big Ten Network to run ‘Penn State Vacated Wins’ marathon

"This really is for the fans of the other Big Ten teams who have been wrongfully abused by Penn State for the past 13 years," said Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman. "Fans of craphouse football programs like Indiana can now go back and essentially wipe out a bad memory by watching these games."

Cubs consult Colts brass on how to inconspicuously tank season to earn top draft...

“The real key to this is keeping Tony Campana on the field,” Irsay said. “That guy has like four times as much hustle as anybody else. Therefore, it looks like you’re trying hard, but really that’s just one guy blurring all around.”

Andrew Luck named dorkiest No. 1 NFL pick of all time

Picked by the Colts with the No. 1 overall selection, Stanford QB Andrew Luck was named the dorkiest top pick of all time, easily topping the two previous most dorky NFL No. 1 overall picks, Iowa QB Randy Duncan (1959) and Ohio State LB Tom Cousineau (1969).