Friday, May 28, 2010

Friday Morning Links

- Clemson starting QB could be picked in the first round of the upcoming MLB Draft. Which means we might see a lot of Tajh Boyd this fall.

- Speaking of baseball, UGA players Sanders Commings and Israel Troupe might be playing some this summer. Man did the UGA baseball team need them this year!

- Is this the baseball edition of Friday Morning Links? Washington QB Jake Locker signed a Six-year contract with the Los Angeles Angels last year and got a fat bonus check from it. If he doesn't play some baseball this summer he could be paying some money back to the Angels.

- This just in. Nu'Keese Richardson continues to be a dumb ass.

- ESPN's Mark Schlabach (UGA graduate) has some good things to say about the possibilites for UGA in 2010.

- The Testudo Times has an article up asking it's readers if Maryland should jump to the Big Ten  if offerred.

- The Pitt Script Blog has an article up called "99 Days and counting until Utah" in which they quote our very own preview of the Utah Utes featuring the great Utah blog Block U.

- Purdue Blog Boiled Sports takes a look back on how they did predicting the Big Ten 2009 season.

- The colorful Michigan Blog Midnight Maize takes a look at Big Ten expansion and gives pros and cons of the teams being rumored to the Big Ten and their thoughts on who should be invited.

- The Mountain West Connection talks about Non-BCS teams outperforming the ACC and Big East in BCS games.

- Last week I told you to get the new album "Brothers" by The Black Keys. If you didn't then you are the one who is losing! This week I need to remind you that The Rolling Stone re-released their album Exile on Main Street this week with 10 bonus tracks. I grew up after the Stone were already old so I never really followed them. But I started listening to this album earlier this year and it's really great. I haven't heard the new tracks yet but I'm planning on getting some quality I-Pod time this weekend.


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