Social Hour: Muhammad Ali's grandson commits to Cal, Wisconsin guard's epic mullet

(Jed Jacobsohn/AP Images)
(Jed Jacobsohn/AP Images)

Miss something that happened on Dr. Saturday’s social media presence? Well, we’ve got your roundup right here. Don’t let this happen again. Always be in the know by following Dr. Saturday on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr.

Cal landed a verbal commitment from Biaggio Ali-Walsh on Monday. Ali-Walsh, a three-star running back from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, is the grandson of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali. A member of the 2017 class, Ali-Walsh chose Cal over offers from Arizona, Colorado, Louisville, San Diego State, Vanderbilt and others.

The catastrophic flooding in Louisiana impacted one of LSU’s own. Legendary Tigers broadcaster Jim Hawthorne, who retired after the 2015 season, was trapped in his home with his wife with no way to communicate with friends and family. The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger detailed Hawthorne’s rescue from his flooded home:

Move over, Mike Gundy. Wisconsin offensive lineman Jon Dietzen has the best mullet in college football. By far.

NC State was the latest program to put out a walk-on scholarship reveal video. The Wolfpack coaches surprised three players during a team meeting.

Texas received big news Monday. Class of 2016 signee Erick Fowler, a five-star linebacker, has finally been cleared to practice by the NCAA.

We had no idea comedian Jim Gaffigan was briefly on the Purdue football team. Great picture.

Michigan freshman Rashan Gary, the No. 1 recruit in the country, is turning heads during preseason camp.

Penn State lightened the mood at a team meeting over the weekend by bringing in the Blue Band. The players were excited.

Baylor coach Jim Grobe shared some injury news. Some was good. Some was bad.

Sad news from ESPN: Analyst Rod Gilmore was diagnosed with blood cancer. Gilmore is positive about his prognosis, saying the cancer was detected early.

Yale mascot Handsome Dan XVII passed away. He was a very good dog.

Nebraska coach Mike Riley addressed reporters for the first time since receivers coach Keith Williams’ arrest for DUI. Riley said there will be consequences, but hasn’t reached a decision yet.

Florida announced that linebacker Matt Rolin has decided to leave the team. Rolin was highly-recruited but dealt with a series of injuries throughout his career.


The Clarion-Ledger is reporting that Ole Miss safety C.J. Moore could miss extended time.