According to reports by The Athletic, Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly is leaving the Fighting Irish high and dry smack in the middle of a possible shot at a National Championship. Kelly is bolting from South Bend, Indiana and heading to Baton Rouge to lead the LSU Tigers for a bundle of cash.
When I first saw this I thought it had to be a hoax. It simply is so ridiculous, one would think it came come from the comedy website The Onion. A local announcer, employed by ESPN was told he won't be working a college football game in Charlottesville, Virginia because he shares a name with a Civil War general...
This past Saturday was opening weekend for college football. It was also the first chance for all their respective marching bands to spread out and take the field at halftime. This historic tradition has been happening since the beginning of time, but occasionally, things go wrong...
Free Beer is again calling football games for Compass Media Networks this season.
This past weekend, he was at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Ind., calling the Michigan State-Indiana game. Eighth-ranked Michigan State won 56-17 in a total second-half blowout.
A good motivational speech can definitely pump some people up, and recently the University of Michigan football team has needed that little boost.
Unfortunately the guy giving this speech isn't giving it to the Michigan football team. Instead, he's giving it to all of his bros who are there to watch the Penn State game.
Motivational speeches should be reserved for people who are loud, outgoing and a little crazy.
Chris Farley taught us this in his "Livin' In a Van Down by the River" skit from NBC's "Saturday Night Live" many years ago.
Matthew McConaughey is pretty much the polar opposite of Farley.