Pac-12 Media Day - NYC
(I am just to the left of Mike Stoops with my back to the camera)
Been off the grid for a few days. Busy with work and enjoy the fews day of time off I will get this summer.
Here are some links that I found of interest from over the past week that I have yet to post.
On a side note....I got interviews of both Rick Neuheisel and Chip Kelly from last weeks Pac-12 media event in NYC. Neuheisel's is long, but informative. Kelly's is quick...about 2 minutes. Transcribing them is issue. I would post the actual interviews as an MP3 file but the background noise really makes it difficult to listen to. I hope to get them done this weekend but I can't promise anything.
Anyway, onto the links...
Report: Vols trying to place burden on Kiffin - USC - The Orange County Register
The University of Tennessee, in response to the NCAA’s Notice of Allegations, said it "educated" then-coach Lane Kiffin and his entire staff "on all aspects of NCAA rules,"...
2011 USC opponent preview: Oregon - The Orange County Register
Opponent: Oregon When: Saturday, Nov. 19, 5 p.m. PT Where: Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR
2011 USC opponent preview: UCLA - USC - The Orange County Register
This concludes The OCR's series on USC’s upcoming opponents.
Pac-12 football: USC sanctions, NCAA logic (?) and Ohio State’s great escape | College Hotline
The Hotline headed down a risky path last week, trying to guess along with Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott on his plans for the network structure.
"Pac-12 reviews new officiating structure and playing rules at media day" | The Register-Guard
Changes to the former Pac-10 aren't limited to new teams and new divisions. The newly expanded Pac-12 Conference is also touting reforms to its officiating program, including turnover of nearly 40 percent among its on-field officials, and a new management structure.