On the latest CBT Podcast, Rob Dauster, Scott Phillips and Travis Hines, wonder whether a college basketball player will kneel for the national anthem, a nationwide protest — from the professional level to the high school level — that was sparked by San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick. It’s hard to imagine this protest, which began during the NFL Preseason when Kaepernick was photographed sitting during the national anthem, simmers by the time the college basketball season starts.
It never made sense why the Cowboys would wait three days after the injury to perform the MRI. It does now. The players were off Monday, even though injured players are required to report for treatment. When the players reported to meetings at The Star on Tuesday morning, sources said Bryant wasn't among them. Bryant eventually showed up at the facility late in the day, sources said, but too late for a scheduled MRI. The Cowboys don't have an MRI at their new facility. Once Baylor Scott and White's facility is completed in the same complex, players will simply walk or be shuttled across the parking lot to have an MRI. Until then, they must be scheduled off site. Club sources said that Bryant
With LSU making its move on Les Miles, the college football news cycle has been filled with speculation regarding where the Tigers will go next. It's a program that has won at a high level for 15 years, is busting at the seams with in-state talent and is widely considered to be one of the top-10 jobs in the country. High-profile job searches demand national attention, and with that comes speculation from both insiders and oddsmakers. Bovada has already set the initial odds board for LSU's next coach. Tom Herman, the hottest coaching star in the industry, is close to even odds at 5-4 and he is followed closely by former LSU offensive coordinator and now national championship-winning Florida State