Michigan head coach Brady Hoke is facing calls for his firing after the Wolverines’ shameful 2-3 start, and is landing additional criticism for leaving QB Shane Morris in the game after a big hit that looked like it might have concussed him.
“I don’t know if he had a concussion or not; I don’t know that. Shane’s a pretty competitive, tough kid. And Shane wanted to be the quarterback, and so, believe me, if he didn’t want to be, he would’ve come to the sideline or stayed down.”
When later asked if he noticed Morris looking “wobbly”:
“I didn’t see it. I can only answer for me.”
The Big 12 has asked Kansas State coach Bill Snyder to stop wearing years-old wind breakers to games which feature logos of bowl games that have either been renamed or which are not partnered with the Big 12 any more.
Time to do some shopping, coach.
Chipper Jones showed up to spring training looking a little doughy. Jones is in the final year of his contract, with a club option for 2013. Whether they exercise it before Jones exercises remains to be seen.
Baron Davis post-basket celebration includes pretending to light one up. David Stern will be thrilled. (Deadspin)
In an article run by GQ giving “An Oral History of Tebow Time” via interviews with teammates and other football personalities, fellow Broncos QB Brady Quinn gave a few quotes that seemed a little bitter about Tebow’s leapfrogging of Quinn in the depth chart and his sucess, which Quinn attributed to “luck”.