On July 8, 2010, the LSU Athletic Department formally, though quietly, proposed to the university that a “life-size” statue of Shaquille O’Neal be erected outside the school’s new basketball practice facility.
At the time, the practice facility was the latest construction project that O’Neal had donated significant funds to. Over the years O’Neal, who completed his […]
This week while visiting Omaha, Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany responded to the academic misfortune recently visited upon newly-admitted Big Ten member Nebraska.
On April 29, Nebraska Chancellor and former Chair of the NCAA Board of Directors Harvey Perlman noted in a letter to the public that the Association of American Universities (AAU) had voted to […]
Last night an Alabama fan celebrated the demise of Bin Laden with a “Roll Tide!” cheer on FOX News coverage outside the White House.
Moments later, an Auburn fan followed with “War Eagle!”
Pakistan never had a chance.
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I’ve heard from many folks wondering about T-Town’s BBQ institution, Dreamland.
The restaurant was not damaged by the tornado and is open for normal business today.
Full Moon Bar-B-Que though wasn’t so lucky.
The Tuscaloosa outpost of the small […]
On Sunday LSU head baseball coach Paul Mainieri was interviewed from the dugout during the ESPNU LSU-Vanderbilt telecast.
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Last year a decades-long University of Mississippi administration campaign to remove Colonel Reb as the school’s mascot culminated with students selecting a Bear as the new symbolic representative of the university.
Stripping the school of its former iconic identifier was applauded by many inside and outside the state but it’s clear that the majority of students […]
On February 18, Harvey Updyke was released from a Lee County jail after being charged with poisoning Auburn’s University’s venerable Toomer’s oak trees.
Only one TV news outlet was tipped off to Updyke’s quiet release from custody that day, CBS 8 in Montgomery. It was that station, which is based outside the Auburn over-the-air viewing market, […]
On March 28 the University of Alabama posted a job opportunity on the NCAA job search database.
The want ad was for “Compliance Coordinator or Director of Compliance.”
The University of Alabama Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is soliciting applications for a Compliance Coordinator or Director of Compliance position.
As a member of a staff of seven full-time compliance […]
What is the title of this recently-produced online video? (above)
“April is Electrical Safety Awareness Month”
“Not Safe For Work”
“Arizona State University’s Corporate Branding Campaign”
“My Other Finger is in a Bowl of Wendy’s Chili”
(Yes, that is a real ticket from this past season. Regrettably.)
Rachel Inniss of the Auburn gymnastics team decided to spice up her floor exercise this season with the Heisman pose.
She broke it out at a duel meet at Auburn against LSU on Jan. 14 and, as you might expect, the move was well-received by the home fans.
When she did the same routine at the NCAA […]