Friday, November 12, 2010
LINK: NOT YOUR TYPICAL VENDING MACHINE
Posted by Jim Small at 7:20 PM
The gang at UND.COM posted this video today of University of Notre Dame Football Coach, Brian Kelly -- and his appearance at the Friday Football Luncheon today at the Joyce Athletic Center. Here's a link:
LINK: COACH KELLY'S COMMENTS
Posted by Jim Small at 7:03 PM
Posted by Jim Small at 1:49 PM
The news surrounding the rumored recruitment of Auburn QB Cam Newton -- isn't getting any better for all those involved. The latest has a former Mississippi State player, named Kenny Rogers, who told ESPN that Cam Newton's father (Cecil Newton) told him it's going to take "between $100,000 and $180,000 to deliver Cam." And, that he was present when Cecil Newton asked Mississippi coaches for money to sign his son. (see link below)
It makes you wonder where Mr. Newton came up with the idea that Mississippi State would be willing to pay and pay big to get his son to commit to his school? Was it because he was paid by the Florida Gators, three years earlier -- to commit to their program -- the same football team where current Mississippi State Head Coach, Dan Mullen, was Cam Newton's Offensive Coordinator and QB Coach at the time?
Do you think ol' Urban Meyer might be squirming a little bit -- especially now that the FBI is involved in the investigation?
I'm guessing "Old Man Newton" is taking calls from "intermediaries representing" a few SEC schools right now, asking him -- "what's it going to take to keep you quiet...?"
Will this be the case that blows the doors off the illegal recruiting practices and NCAA violations -- that have been long rumored to be rampant in the SEC?
LINK: THE GOING RATE FOR A STARTING QB IN THE SEC
Posted by Jim Small at 10:16 AM
LINK: COACH KELLY AFTER PRACTICE
Posted by Jim Small at 8:57 AM
LINK: WEATHER RADAR -- NOTRE DAME
Posted by Jim Small at 8:19 AM
Bloomberg Businessweek just released their biennial survey of The Best U.S. Business Schools 2010 -- and the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business MBA Program was ranked 24th best in the country. You'll recall, that earlier this year, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business undergraduate program #1 in America. Congratulations to Dean Carolyn Woo and her team! Here's a link to the rankings of MBA programs:
LINK: ONE OF THE BEST!
Posted by Jim Small at 8:13 AM
LINK: HIS LAST HOME GAME
Posted by Jim Small at 7:58 AM
LINK: NOTRE DAME'S #1 FAN
Posted by Jim Small at 7:45 AM