"This is Steve Levy with ESPN. We are taking you away from your current programming to a press conference in Buffalo, NY, where it is assumed a new head coach will be announced. there has been no mention of a hire made, but much speculation exists that the person in question was not officially interviewed. The only information we have is Sergeant Major of the Marine Corp, Marcus Pope, will introduce the new head coach and not Athletic Director Warde Manual, who will make a statement later in the ... Read More
"Thank you for the opportunity Director Manuel. Mr. Pope and I will be there on Wednesday for the interview." Eli shut his cell phone and released a short sigh of relief. Time to prepare my sales pitch...Eli thought to himself.
Alone in his home office, he uncrossed his legs and left the reclined position he had assumed during the 30 minute conversation between himself and the Buffalo athletic director. He pulled himself back to the desk and placed ... Read More
"I am just ready to end the whole process. I've always wanted to go to Auburn. I took all of my visits simply to see what other schools had to offer and in the end they just weren't Auburn. I feel comfortable with Coach Tuberville and Coach Rhodes. Alabama has a great coaching staff and the tradition is second to none, but it wasn't for me."
December 3, 2007, 12:16 PM ET
FBI: Mob boss and associates conspired with current and former Buffalo University football players in point-shaving scandal.
By Paul Sitzer
The FBI has made several arrests in connection to the illegal gambling operation. The 39 count indictment alleges that Fausto Bassani, the head of the Geovanese crime family, authorized associates to contact members of the Buffalo Bulls ... Read More
December 3, 2007, 7:53 AM ET
FBI source: Mob involved in a conspiracy to commit sports bribery. Indictment filed in U.S. District Court.
By Paul Sitzer
In a case that is sure to rock the foundation of college football, an un-named source within the FBI has stated federal indictments are to be issued against several current and former players at an NCAA ... Read More