A relatively light day on the news front
Overall, the player who most improved his draft stock was Isaiah Pead. He’s been gaining more and more attention from NFL scouts since his performance in the Senior Bowl and his numbers this weekend could push him into the 2nd round of the NFL Draft.
The team's website speculated that Cincinnati could split carries between a big-back rookie -- a 205-pounder like Virginia Tech's David Wilson, a 215-pounder like Boise State's Doug Martin and a 200-pounder like Cincinnati's Isaiah Pead -- and returning backup Bernard Scott.
Unlike most of you guys I wouldn't be all that thrilled with Pead on the Bengals being a Browns fan and all.
"It means play every snap like it’s your last snap. You don’t give up on any play. If you want to be great, this is what you do," said Wolfe, who credits the coaching staff at Cincinnati for helping him see the light.
The three best outcomes for Wolfe in the draft are, in descending order the Patriots, Packers and Steelers. I wouldn't argue too much if you throw the 49ers in there somewhere.
Q: What’s interesting about your background? A: I was raised by my grandmother, Esther Hughes. My mom and dad divorced when I was little. My dad went overseas; he’s a sergeant in the Army. My grandmother kept me busy when I was younger so I’d stay out of trouble. Growing up, I took violin lessons.
Bet you didn't know that.
UC also holds head-to-head tiebreakers with Georgetown, Notre Dame and Louisville and would come out on top of any two- or multiple-team ties with that group. They obviously lose a tiebreaker with USF, so it’s in their best interest to see the Bulls lose the next two at Louisville and at home vs. West Virginia. They’re also rooting for Notre Dame to beat Georgetown tonight.
Other Bearcat News
With one final chance to be a star, Cotten has returned to form and then some during the 2012 indoor season. At the BIG EAST Championships Feb. 17-18, Cotten was a star. Much like her 2009 performance, Cotten set a school record in the pentathlon, claimed second in the open long jump and fourth in the high jump. That performance added up to a second Most Outstanding Field Performer award for a very emotional Cotten.
The University of Cincinnati women's basketball team (15-14, 6-10) was defeated by No. 18 DePaul (21-9, 9-7), 73-51, on Monday evening at McGrath-Phillips Arena. Sophomore forward Jeanise Randolph (Calumet City, Ill./Thornton Fractional North) set a season-high with 14 points and paced three scorers in double-figures.
That’s all, folks | Dr. Saturday - Yahoo! Sports
Matt Hinton is calling it a career. Not really but he is moving on from Dr. Saturday. Sad face. Hinton was one of the guys who made me want to do this in the first place way back at his original site.
This Is Trippy Yo
The Scale of the Universe 2
I would imagine that this would be slightly more entertaining if you were high. But even stone cold sober its cool. Do yourself a favor and turn the music off.