In Albany, N.Y., on the campus of the University at Albany. (Every year I come here, and every year I say I'm going to find someone who can tell me why it's the "University at Albany'' and not the "University of Albany.'') While I'm at it, the athletic facilities are fine here, but it's one of the most depressing campuses I've been on. It looks like a high-rise office park. It's impossible to tell one tall, white, personality-less building from the other, and every year, I've got to ask six people directions to the same place where the media gathers and the players eat.
1. Regarding the change in defensive coordinators from
2. I've always said
I call the
The sight of
There's a lot of good training-table food in the NFL. I didn't go to Cleveland this year, but the Browns cook nearly everything to order with four-star chefs. But in terms of the best cafeterias serving the most well-round good food, no team can touch the Giants. The choices, the quality, the depth of good food is unsurpassed in the league. Today, at the pasta bar, I had penne with marinara and barely cooked yellow squash, broccoli and zucchini mixed him. Superb.
1. Wouldn't be surprised to see
2. Defensive end
3. The Giants want 2009 second-round pick
4. Giants have been very beat up in camp. All three interior offensive linemen were hurt the day I saw them, along with every tight end but
5. Everyone in camp loves