This is just too good to pass up...Tim Brewster has been speculated to be on the list of candidates NC State should consider. It is a 247sports.com speculation but I'm linking to Backing the Pack as they make fun of this crazy talk.
Clemson OC Chad Morris. LSU DC John Chavis, Ball State coach Pete Lembo and former Minnesota coach Tim Brewster are the early names at NC State. Brewster has a long history in the state. He worked at UNC forand still owns a home in Chapel Hill.
Seriously, nobody will take this talk seriously. This is becoming the annual fall speculation equivalent to Tubby Smith rumors in the spring, except there is a sliver of a chance that Tubby might actually leave someday. The same cannot be said for Tim Brewster.
- Norwood Teague addressed the situation with Kill and his seizures.
- As GoAUpher pointed out the Gophers got very little love on the All Big Ten teams announced last night.
- Rittenberg and Bennett argued who belonged where prior to the announcement. Rittenberg thought Carter deserved first team honors, I agree.
- There is the disastrous Illinois season summed up in two plays. I wonder where the 2012 Illini rank among the worst Big Ten teams ever?
- As a reminder, Gopher basketball is set to play in the Maui Invitational next season. Other teams in the field include Arkansas, Baylor, Cal, Dayton, Gonzaga, Syracuse and Chaminade. Dates will likely be Nov 25-27 if you want to book your flights now.
- Memphis basketball is restricting media access to the team after their 1-2 record in the Bahamas.
- The Dagger predicts the entire ACC/Big Ten Challenge. They have Minnesota winning and the Big Ten dominating 8-4. I'll have my predictions up later today (probably).
Black Shoes DiaryBlack Shoe Diaries also previews the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. They have the Gophers losing (you suns a bitches) and the Big Ten winning 7-5. You will rue the day my friends, rue the day.
- Sometimes reporters are idiots. This UCLA reporter continues with a line of questioning that Jim Mora intentionally lost their game to Stanford.