Anybody at the game notice the mode on the sideline of the non-players or guys not playing at the time? My source tells me it was pretty dead. I know last year they never seamed to be excited or trying to get the crowd involved....not that there was much of a chance to do that. I was thinkning maybe with their new found togetherness it would be better this year... any thoughts?
I have not ordered sports on pay per view before, i am planning on it going smooth. I called them Wednesday and the girl wanted to know if Nebraska was a N.F.L team or college, then D-I or D-II I knew at that point i was not going to get and info from her..
DENVER -- Sports Illustrated columnist Rick Reilly has been yanked from a list of famous University of Colorado graduates after making stinging public comments about the school's recruiting scandal.
Reilly, a 1981 CU graduate and nine-time National Sportswriter of the Year award winner, had appeared in the football media guide alumni list in other years but was dropped from the 2004 edition.
"When he is on TV talking about his class ring and how he is embarrassed to have it, how could I include him?" CU sports information director Dave Plati said. "I couldn't consciously keep him in there. He went over the line."
Reilly also wrote a column in the February edition of Sports Illustrated about former Colorado placekicker Katie Hnida, who alleged a teammate raped her and that other players subjected her to verbal abuse and harassment.
Three other women have filed lawsuits against CU saying they were raped by players or recruits, but no sexual assault charges have been filed. An independent panel concluded that poorly supervised members of the football team had arranged sex and alcohol for visiting recruits.
Reilly said CU's actions made him feel like a non-person in the university's eyes.
"It's not unlike early 20th century Russia, where suddenly you no longer exist," Reilly said.