College Football News Roundup – March 10

    A college football news roundup that includes Steve Spurrier taking a poke at Nick Saban and a former Michigan tight end transferring to UCLA.

    March 10, 2017

    A college football news roundup that includes Steve Spurrier taking a poke at Nick Saban and a former Michigan tight end transferring to UCLA.


    You know that website List Challenges? I go on it a lot at night when I’m bored and it serves one purpose and one purpose only: to remind me of how many horrible movies I have seen in my life. Those long lists that you scroll through that has 2,500 movies listed is just a reminder that, yes, I have spent two hours of my life watching The Beverly Hillbillies … in the theater. That’s not even the worst thing I have seen in the theater, either. Let’s just say Damon Wayans playing a superhero was not as awesome at it sounded at the time.

    In college football news, Florida State is making a case to be called DBU, Ohio State offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson defends his time as head coach at Indiana, and we give some storylines to watch for as LSU starts spring practice on Saturday. Here are some other newsworthy notes in the latest college football news roundup.

    He Won’t Stop – He might be getting older, but the wit of Steve Spurrier is sharp as ever.

    When asked about Alabama head coach Nick Saban winning the Maxwell Football Club Coach of the Year, Spurrier responded in the only way he can: with pure honesty and hilariousness.

    “Obviously they must have voted before the final game,” Spurrier said.

    Ouch! That noise you hear is Saban scratching Spurrier off from his Christmas card list.

    U-C-L-Asiasi – The Bruins and head coach Jim Mora Jr. have landed themselves a big tight end in Michigan transfer Devin Asiasi, who announced he would be joining the Pac-12 team on Thursday.

    Asiasi saw action in all 13 games as a freshman with the Wolverines last season, but was used mostly as a blocker, catching only two passes for 18 yards and one touchdown.

    Roughrider ‘Til He Dies! – Okay, that might not be true, but former Texas quarterback Vince Young has signed with the CFL team Saskatchewan Roughriders as he attempts to resume his playing career.

    “I wouldn’t say a comeback. I’d just say an opportunity,” Young said. “I always wanted to play football again, but didn’t know how it was going to happen. God always works in mysterious ways.”

    MORE: Post-National Signing Day Top 25 College Football Rankings

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