It's Wednesday and we're still mourning the loss of Canes baseball, fortunately there are useless links ripe for the clicking. Stagger on below for your weekly dosage of possible Florida-Miami scheduling, NOW WITH BASKETBALLS!
A temporary cure for the offseason slump, plus the ‘Miami Rule' to remind you of how much better life once was.
Virginia Tech and Clemson are like-minded institutions and football programs, and fans of both, not to mention ESPN, would welcome the game.
- Teel Time: An easy divisional change to enhance ACC football, create VT-Clemson rivalry - dailypress.com
Countdown to Hurricanes Football 2014: Cornerbacks
As the 2014 season draws near, SOTU breaks down each position on the field for you player by player, so you can go into game one knowing the team as best you can.
Relax, we're not included.
Athlon Sports predicts ACC football in 2014
Florida and Miami reportedly close to signing a home-and-home series in men's basketball, courtesy the Palm Beach Post as well as a Florida Gator viewpoint.
- Hurricanes, Gators discussing men’s basketball series | Canes Watch
- Around the World: Florida basketball could barnstorm during O'Connell Center renovation - Alligator Army
Per Barry Jackson: UM has been approached about opening the football season against Alabama in 2017 in Atlanta or LSU in 2018 in Arlington— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) June 2, 2014
- Battier's long journey nears end; UM makes stadium decision, considers marquee football games; Fins, Marlins | Sports Buzz
14 for '14: Fastest players in college football
35 male Cincinnati Bearcats fans gather outside Nippert Stadium, wearing athletic shorts and loose-fitting shirts. They chat politely until they are interrupted by a thunderous gallop.
12 ways of understanding Nick Saban's new $7 million salary
Art Briles 'intrigued' by idea of Baylor offense in the NFL
Your one-stop NCAA vs. O'Bannon trial primer: What to know for June 9
Football player on 'Jeopardy' gets sports question very wrong
Need a World Cup team to root for? This chart is for you
This fictional (for now) Bama/LSU game wouldn't be for a couple years at least. To be the man, you gotta beat the man. Aight.— StateOfTheU.com (@TheStateOfTheU) June 2, 2014