Thursday's Campus Clicks: Steve Sarkisian breaks silence on Twitter, Michigan-Michigan State hype video
Steve Sarkisian took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to address the unfortunate developments that have occurred over the last week:
I would like to thank everyone for their huge outpouring of support and well wishes.— Steve Sarkisian (@CoachSark) October 14, 2015
This is a very difficult time for my family and me. I am facing these challenges the best I can and your support helps immensely.— Steve Sarkisian (@CoachSark) October 14, 2015
I wish my Trojans the best against Notre Dame and for the remainder of the season. No one will be cheering them on more than me. Fight On!— Steve Sarkisian (@CoachSark) October 14, 2015
The Portland State Vikings celebrated the announcement that interim coach Bruce Barnum received a new contract and is now permanent coach. Pretty cool moment for Barnum and his team:
Randy Moss' son, Thaddeus, catches like Odell Beckham Jr. and hits like J.J. Watt.
Is Nick Chubb's football career over after knee injury? We really hope not, but it could be.
Houston to Big 12?
University of Houston regents chairman said getting into the Big 12 still remains a very real possibility.
First, if you don't know what Penn State's THON is please read about it here. It's a pretty remarkable organization. Now, read about an adorable girl who danced at THON named Kayla, who passed away after battling cancer.
Penn State's Blue Band honored Kayla during practice on Wednesday:
Apparently Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is a jack of all trades. Get a load of this impressive snap (we can't see the end result but the form and speed is perfect) during Wednesday's practice:[instagram:https://instagram.com/p/81MwjLrJRb/?taken-by=clemsonfb]
Odds and Ends
Ten Halloween-inspired college football uniforms ... The MAC and Sun Belt had a bizarre Star Trek-field Twitter fight ... Seven schools have rescinded honorary degrees to Bill Cosby ... Clinton and Sanders promised "Free" college tuition at Democratic debate ... Rutgers interim coach Norries Wilson earned players' respect for handling tough situation ... Mike Gundy says he has "no interest" in USC job ... Bama freshman QB Blake Barnett hospitalized ... Dismissed Auburn wide receiver Duke Williams apologizes for repeated mistakes ... Open letter from Will Grier's father: "I am still very proud of my son".
Such a Specimen
In honor of his game-winning touchdown plunge to defeat San Diego on Monday, let's relive Pittsburgh running back Le'Veon Bell's dominant career at Michigan State:
Enjoy The Who's "Baba O'Riley" for no other reason that just because: