Mac App

Home of the Facts


Mac Yak Episode 46
Posted by Mac D on June 1, 2012 at 2:19 PM

A busy week that was in sports; The SEC and Big 12 held their Spring Meetings laying out their stance on their prefered playoff format as well the SEC scheduling format. Steve Spurrier and the other 13 head coaches agreed on paying football and basketball players thousands of extra dollars a year which will open a new can of worms. New Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby weighed in on expansion while Hugh Freeze faces a huge problem his first year on the job. The National Championship game will not be a part of a rotation when the BCS situation plays out.

The IIHF layed out new rules on how quarter-finals will world in two marquee tournaments. The NHL and General Managers will be meeting in the summer to re-set the standard of certain calls after stats showed the game had started to change back to the dead puck era. As well other tid bits came out about new rules or potential new ones.

The MLB trade deadline is approaching and with a new rule it may make teams hesitant to trade players though the Blue Jays may still make some trades.Interesting comparison between energy drinks and caffeine to injuries. Phil Mickelson is interested in becoming the next Magic Johnson.

Drew Brees could make a whole lot of money if he signs his one year franchise tag.

A chart was released on which teams return the most and least amount of offence in college football and a football recruit received 52 letters from one school in one day.

Colorado athletic department received a loan from the school system and academic side.

We join Jonnie where we discuss just how big Canadian Ryder Hesjedal winning the Giro d'Italia was as well was this years draft lottery Patrick Ewing 2.0? Some controversy revolving around UCLA's football program and Mike Vick again can't seem to dodge his past.


Post a Comment


Oops, you forgot something.


The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

Already a member? Sign In


Oops! This site has expired.

If you are the site owner, please renew your premium subscription or contact support.