Quote of the Day
"The NFL is sending a clear message to Josh Gordon: We don’t want you to sue us, we want you to just take the suspension and move on here."-- FS1’s Mike Garafolo, on the NFL upholding the season-long suspension of the Browns WR. ("Fox Sports Live," FS1, 8/27)
The '14 college football season marks a "new era" in the sport with the introduction of the College Football Playoff, and the impact of the four-team tournament "might blow your mind," according to Dan Bickley of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. During the 16 years of the BCS, college football "tapped into our collective soul for four months, building toward a narrative climax, only to abandon us at the end, as if it didn't understand us at all." But the sport this year "embarks toward a much smarter destination," and the ending "should be a crescendo and not a debate." There will be an "increase in volume, and conversations never heard before." There also "will be obnoxious politicking" ( ARIZONA REPUBLIC, 8/28 ). In Baton Rouge, Rabalais & ...
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