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Breakfast with Kent – Good Luck for Colts; Peyton Manning sets TD mark; Irish ire over PI call; Rams pull off deke

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Maybe Jameis Winston shouldn’t play against Notre Dame, but not because he signed stuff for cash

by Kent Sterling NCAA rules prohibit athletes from monetizing their own image, whether it be for video game use, jersey sales, or autograph signings.  There is no rule preventing schools from profiting from those images. That’s a bad rule, and bad rules should be ignored.  Civil disobedience is a moral imperative – and an American [...]

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Florida State QB Jameis Winston has no business playing college football for team that should be disbanded by NCAA

by Kent Sterling Go ahead and read the New York Times report on collusion and corruption in the legal process that is so obviously employed by law enforcement in Tallahassee, and tell me that football program shouldn’t be subject to the death penalty. Forget Jameis Winston, an apparent poster boy for entitlement and enabling so [...]

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Georgia Football – RB Todd Gurley’s suspension requires mass revolt by all football and basketball players

by Kent Sterling If a piano playing prodigy on scholarship at Slippery Rock University plays Carnegie Hall and takes a check for $45,000 as compensation, he or she is applauded and welcomed back to school.  If a computer genius on scholarship at Hillsdale College creates a social media platform that drive millions into his or [...]

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Michigan State athletic director way out of line in haranguing cold and wet fans

by Kent Sterling Too dumb to come in out of the rain?  Not Michigan State students. If Michigan State University athletic director Mark Hollis ran a restaurant, he would likely be a candidate for a visit from chef Gordon Ramsay on “Kitchen Nightmares.” On the show, the primary message that Ramsay dispenses to owners of [...]

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Michigan Football – Brady Hoke might be fired, but it will be for losing game – not jeopardizing Shane Morris’s health

by Kent Sterling Michigan fans are sick and tired of losing.  Since firing Lloyd Carr for winning only 9.4 games per season from 1995 thru 2007, Michigan has posted a 43-38 record under Rich Rodriguez and Brady Hoke. That’s an average of less than seven wins a season. The frustration that accompanies that level of [...]

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Indiana Football Weekend – excellence (Colts/Irish) and misery (Hoosiers/Boilers) dealt in equal proportion

by Kent Sterling Football surprises last weekend?  Not in Indiana. First the good – the Indianapolis Colts were dominant for the second straight week in a league where parity is king, and the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame hammered the type of team that it should. Purdue fought like hell through the first half against [...]

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Texas Longhorns – Charlie Strong leading only way he knows how – the right way

by Kent Sterling You think new University of Texas football coach Charlie Strong is playing games?  Only on Saturdays. The rest of the time, Strong is establishing a culture of discipline.  Communicating rules is the easy part.  Meting out punishment to enforce those rules is where the hooves meet the prairie. Strong has no problem [...]

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Florida State QB Jameis Winston knows exactly who he is and where he’s headed as he is suspended

by Kent Sterling Bad news for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell rolled in again yesterday as Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston was suspended by Florida State for the first half of Saturday’s game against Clemson for jumping on a table and screaming “F**k her right in the p***y!” Goodell is hiding under his desk while [...]

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Breakfast with Kent – Re-Pete’s Seahawks thrash Pack; Big Ten’s big weekend; Colts Luck needed; Geno Auriemma gains media

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