Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Can I get an Amen!

Thanks to The Bleacher Report for this niblet:

Christian Lemay (6-foot-3, 195 pounds) of Matthews, N.C., made some adjustments to his top 10, switching out three schools from his original list. According to his father, Lemay dropped Oklahoma, Mississippi State and Florida State and replaced them with Auburn, Texas A&M and Notre Dame. The rest of his favorites are Clemson, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia Tech, Miami and North Carolina.

Lemay has been to Clemson and Georgia for junior days. His father said they will get to Clemson, Georgia and Auburn for spring games, and they want to visit Texas A&M before they cut their list to five in July. Lemay also will name a leader in July. He will take his five official visits this fall before making a decision.

Apparently, this guy is one of the most highly recruited QBs in the country.

Monday, March 22, 2010

From Austin, This Just In

Cousin John reports: I can't figure out how to blog, so would you pass on this story out of Austin tonight :

Coach Rick Barnes , moving quickly to stop any rumors to the contrary, confirmed he " has no interest whatsoever in the coaching job at Texas. "
Also out of Austin, the NCAA today granted a same sex marriage license to the winningest quarterback in UT history, Colt McCoy, and his significant other, guitar playing ,lifelong Bible brother, Jordan Shipley, provided Shipley comes back for his 7th year at UT .

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Back To School

Kudos to Mr. Warren. He doesn't need the degree. He is setting an example for his kids. Of course, you would think he could have picked a better school?