Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! It's William & Mary week, and before the Tribe got demolished by New Hampshire over the weekend I would have been very scared of the trip to Williamsburg. Now, I'm just back to my regularly scheduled early-week nerves. By Friday I'll be expecting another demolition.
We'll have coverage of Andy Talley's press conference, and the polls should be out early in the afternoon. Expect 'Nova to move in to the Top 5 of the TSN Poll after McNeese State lost over the weekend.
And now, the "news."
Bobby Curtis finishes 9th at Chicago Marathon | The Courier-Journal
That's good for #1 out of the American runners.
Tony Trisciani happy to be rolling up his sleeves at Villanova | lehighvalleylive.com
Even though Trisciani's last job was at Whitehall, he is far from a stranger to the college game.
Knee injury sidelines Providence redshirt freshman forward | CollegeBasketballTalk
Bullock was suspended for the entire 2013-14 season, and is expected to compete for minutes this year.
Jim Boeheim Felt Compelled to Mention Carmelo Anthony’s Freshman Grades at Syracuse | The Big Lead
Four C's and a D. Why mention that? Because Jim Boeheim is the coaching equivalent of the honey badger.
As it rebuilds, Delaware football losing games and fans | DelawareOnline
"Some weren't just referring to the game but to Delaware football in general, which also suffered a 62-0 loss at Pitt this year – the school's most lopsided in 93 years – and has been playing in front of dwindling crowds."
Steelers notebook: Safety Ventrone added to active roster | TribLIVE
Chartiers Valley graduate Ross Ventrone was added to the Steelers' active roster Saturday. Ventrone, a safety, takes the spot of rookie offensive lineman Wesley Johnson, who was released.
The awesome, unexpected, and meaningful of college football's Week 7 | SBNation.com
Dan Rubenstein and Ryan Nanni review the coast-to-coast Saturday madness and talk about everything from Dak Prescott and Mississippi State's big win over Auburn, to Oregon bouncing back, and Baylor...