Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! The big news yesterday was Tyus Battle's verbal commitment to Syracuse. There's this big debate about how Syracuse now has a Top 5 class and the sanctions aren't hurting them. Two thoughts here. (1) They won't have a Top 5 class at the end of the cycle and (2) if I were Syracuse I wouldn't count this as a win just yet considering Battle's Michigan commitment lasted for about 5 weeks.
And now, the "news."
Radnor BOC gives final approval on on 'Nova plan | Main Line Media News
Also, Monday Commissioner Bill Spingler (a true hero) retired from the BOC after three decades of public service. The audience gave Spingler a standing ovation, and many people praised the septuagenarian’s public service.
Villanova's John Robertson highlights FCS player of the year watch list | NCAA.com
FCS Player of the Year is nice, we know Robertson can do that though. How about the Heisman Trophy?
St. Benedict's head coach talks Trevon Duval | Rumble In The Garden
Sounds like Trevon Duval might be looking to stay close to home for college. Hey, I know a school that fits that mold!
Tyus Battle commits to Syracuse | Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician
For some reason, this seems far from over.
2015 College Football All-Name Team | Lost Lettermen
Villanova will have to deal with All-Name fullback Jazzmar Clax in their season-opener against UConn.
Jay Paterno wrote letter to Ohio State’s Urban Meyer (and WVU, Georgia) looking for a job | CollegeFootballTalk
A Paterno coaching for Ohio State? Well, that would surely go over well. Jay Paterno, the son of the late Joe Paterno and a former Penn State assistant coach, wrote a letter to Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer last year.
The most iconic field surface in college football has turned from blue to green | Football Scoop
Some Spaniards have finally forced Boise's hand in changing out their Smurf Turf. Don't worry though, it's only temporary.