Bloguin around college football (5/12)

It’s Monday and that means it’s time to take a look around the Bloguin family of sites and see what they are talking about…..

Dale Newton of The Duck Stops Here takes a look at some horrific news surrounding some Oregon student athletes and ask the tough questions about the Athletic Department. [story link]

Over at Noled Out, Mike Ferguson is counting down the biggest reasons for the “Seminole Resurgence”. Reason #10, probably a bit higher for me, is the hiring of Jimbo Fisher. [story link]

The Subway Domer takes a look at the Michigan/Notre Dame game. [story link]

The Big Blue Digest takes a break from round-ball this week to discuss the Kentucky Wildcats and their decision to give a 2-10 coach a contract extension. [story link]

Hamilton Riley of Lambeth Field, takes a look at Virginia’s post spring depth chart in a pivitol year for Mike London. [story link]

Dennis Dodd has Cincinnati ranked in the pre-season top 25 [story link]. What Scott doesn’t mention in the article is that the Bearcats have a pretty easy schedule. Yeah they play Ohio State and Miami on the road but there toughest conference game is probably against East Carolina.

Christian Hackenburg for Heisman? Crazier things have happened. [story link]

Madtown Badgers makes the argument that moving the Big Ten basketball tournament to Washington D.C. is a smart move [story link]. What next? The Championship Game moved to the Jersey Shore?

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