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UCLA Fans have a Twitter Revolution of their own! Did The Internet Kill The Rocky Seto Hire At UCLA? - SBNation.com Did a grassroots internet effort quash an attempt by Rick Neuheisel to hire a former Pete Carroll assistant as his new defensive coordinator at UCLA?

This is just about as surprising as Snow in the South Towns! Lane Kiffin, Tennessee In NCAA Investigation Hot Water, According To Report - SBNation.com According to a report, Lane Kiffin and his former program could face sanctions for unauthorized contact with recruits. (Noooooooooooooooooooo Way)

And you think we have it bad being in the shadow of Syracuse? North Alabama mulling over jump to NCAA Division I athletics | al.com University of North Alabama officials could decide next month whether to move its athletics program to NCAA Division I, according to Steve Pierce, president pro tem of the school's board of trustees. (When They call a player to recruit they will just say 'north'' very quietly)

Want to turn failure into success? Just change how you state it! Half of big-time NCAA programs had major violations - USATODAY.com The National Collegiate Athletic Association punished nearly half of all big-time college sports programs for major violations of its rules in the last decade, an Inside Higher Ed analysis shows. (Which is another way of saying more than half of major violations were not punished!)

'Californy is the place you oughtta be.' (For Quarterbacks): Cam Inman: Northern California is the new hotbed for quarterbacks - San Jose Mercury News It's official: Northern California is the nation's quarterback hotbed.

UB / MAC Basketball:

Bulls’ Buzzer Beater Grounds Eagles - The Spectrum - Sports
It's a good thing that UB's South Campus has a medical school, because the women's basketball team nearly gave its fans a heart attack on Saturday afternoon. The Bulls (12-10, 5-4 Mid-American Conference) almost let Eastern

Ziegler tops list of MAC freshman phenons - Colleges - The Buffalo News
University at Buffalo freshman forward Javon McCrea has scored in double figures nine times, including four of the last five, and has one double-double while playing just more than 20 minutes a game.

Michigan (16-8, 7-3 MAC) come from behind to steal a game that they'd led by 16 points, but they were able to hold off the Eagles