After spending a year doing sideline commentary for Fox Sports and a whopping two weeks with CBS Sports, ex-Minnesota Golden Gophers head coach Tim Brewster will join Dan Mullen at Mississippi State as wide receivers coach. The Bulldogs former wide receivers coach, Angelo Mirando resigned on Sunday due to an ongoing NCAA investigation into his recruitment of at least one current Mississippi State player. Brewster has never actually coached wide receivers but has more than 10 years of experience with tight ends. While I'd love to talk more about how hilarious Tim Brewster's tenure was at Minnesota, I'll settle with posting this screencap of what I believe is the Golden Gopher's 2009 Media Guide:
In an interview with the Starkville media, Brewster stated (paraphrasing) that it's going to be a whole lot easier to bring kids to Starkville, Mississippi than Minneapolis, Minnesota. While I'm sure that quote will be taken out of context it's worth noting that Brewster was talking about recruiting kids from the south. Thus, he's saying that it's a lot easier to get kids in the south to come to Starkville as opposed to the super far north/cold Twin Cities.
But that's not even the best part. 10 days ago it was announced that Brewster, Ron Zook and Houston Nutt were joining the CBS Sports Network was college football analysts. Today, Football Rumor Mill Tweeted this:
Ron Zook to replace Tim Brewster on CBS broadcasts.— Football Rumor Mill (@fbrumormill) August 24, 2012
Hold on. Ahem. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL WHAT? Sure, the source is "Football Rumor Mill" but is that hard to believe? Brewster was supposed to serve as a color commentator during football games while Nutt and the Zooker remained in the studio. Now, CBS Sports needs to fill that void with someone. Someone...colorful. Someone...hilarious. Someone...awesome.
THE RETURN OF THE ZOOKER. Links after the jump.
- IlliniHQ profiles running back Donovonn Young. Again, that guy has an excessive amount of n's in his name.
- A Lion Eye profiles offensive lineman Graham Pocic.
- The Crimson Quarry discusses some of Indiana's gameday traditions.
- An interview with Iowa wide receivers coach Soup Cambell.
- Iowa's 2004 victory over Wisconsin checks in at #6 on the top 25 wins of the Ferentz era.
- Maize n Brew on the first Michigan game experience.
- Denard Robinson is the 6th best player in the conference, per ESPN B1G blog.
- Jason Sehorn believes the Wolverines will beat the Spartans. LOL JASON SEHORN LOL. Jason Sehorn was injured following his commentary.
- Mark Dantonio has 90% of his starters set for the Spartans week one matchup against Boise State.
- Spartan QB Andrew Maxwell is earning the trust of his teammates.
- The Huskers secondary depth chart is still unsettled.
- How the Huskers can win and lose their eight B1G games.
- Sippin on Purple profiles wide receivers Jack Mitchell and Demetrius Fields.
- The Buckeye Battle Cry previews the 2012 offensive line.
- 11W got a list of regular college football writing superstars to join them in a roundtable.
- Land Grant Holy Land has their football viewing guide for the entire season...already.
- Ohio State linebacker Storm Klein has been reinstated to the team after pleading to a lesser charge. It sounds like he pled to disorderly conduct.
- Best Case/Worst case for Ohio State via ESPN B1G blog.
- Penn State will be wearing a blue ribbon on the back of their helmets to show support for child abuse victims.
- Black Shoe Diaries previews the 2012 defensive backs.
- ESPN screwed up while previewing Purdue, apparently.
- Caleb TerBush remains the starter for the Boilermakers.
- Bucky's 5th Quarter got a whole new team of writers and asks whether bigger is better in recruiting.