I’m sitting in a Cal football office with Davis Webb, preparing to shoot a video of us watching his game film. But Webb says he won’t begin until I change shirts. The one I’m wearing is Stanford red, a most egregious offense here in Berkeley. I tell Webb
LSU announced Wednesday that offensive lineman Adrian Magee had been suspended indefinitely for violating team rules. According to The Advocate, Magee is facing a charge of simple burglary, a felony, for an alleged April 1 incident. A police report accuses Magee of stealing a video game console, video games, cash and other items.
Maryland football is looking to back up its historic recruiting Class of 2017 with an equally talented Class of 2018. Because the team signed such a large class last year, it’ll be limited with how many signees it can have in this class. In order to even come close to sniffing the top-20 2017 class, this one will have to have to put a premium on quality over quantity. Last year’s class of 28 signees carried an average 247Sports Composite rating of .8682. It’s early, but this year’s class of five verbal commits carries an average of .8853. If that holds, Maryland would have a chance at landing a second consecutive top-25 class, even with fewer players. To make that dream a reality, the Terps will