Recorded in the Omniverus Studios in Winston-Salem, NC
Everett, Ty, and Producer Tim discuss:

The Big Ten has suspended Jim Harbaugh for the final three games of the regular season, although there is a hearing on Friday that could allow a 2-week injunction. Is the head coach ultimately responsible for things he may not know about within the program? Why is Harbaugh suspended and not other assistants that may have had knowledge? 

Michigan’s rebuttal is the lack of Due Process. The Big 10 handed down the suspension before the NCAA and without any other judgment. Big Ten sighting sportsmanship clause.

Jimbo Fisher was fired at Texas A&M. The goal of every American worker is to be paid $75 million NOT to work? Texas A&M revenue last season was $193 Million.

The NCAA Denied James Madison’s appeal to reduce the transition period from 2 years to 1 year. JMU is 9-0 and ranked #21 but will not be in a bowl game this season.

All this and more…
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