Kirk Herbstreit seems less than excited about SEC expansion with Texas and Oklahoma

Former Ohio State quarterback Kirk Herbstreit is one of the most prominent personalities in college football. Not only is he a former Buckeye, but he’s on the A-team of ESPN college football broadcasts and has a presence in the media that many pay attention to.

Of course, we pay attention a little more to Herbie as OSU fans, but generally speaking, when he talks, people listen. He very rarely dives into a pool of controversy, but when he does speak out, you feel like it’s a little more meaningful. Despite the polarizing view many have among Buckeye Nation, he is still well respected in the college football community.

And now, Herbstreit has spoken out about Texas and Oklahoma joining the SEC and what it might mean for college football. And based on his comments, it appears as though Herbie isn’t exactly excited about the landscape of college football changing again.

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Wisconsin Radio Station’s Aaron Rodgers Scoop Has Packers Fans Excited

A closeup of Aaron Rodgers in his Green Bay Packers helmet

A closeup of Aaron Rodgers in his Green Bay Packers helmet

Aaron Rodgers has at least one big golf match coming up this summer: with Bryson DeChambeau against Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson in The Match. It looks like he may plan to get some summer rounds in up in Green Bay.

Rodgers’ plans for the season have dominated the NFL offseason. The reigning MVP has made it pretty clear that he doesn’t want to play for the team going forward, though some believe the two sides can work through their issues ahead of the season.

Now, there is at least some indication that he plans to be in Green Bay this year. As reported by The Score Wisconsin, which operates out of the Appleton-Oshkosh area, Rodgers has renewed his membership to Green Bay Country Club for the year.

For Rodgers, this probably isn’t a huge expense to have

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Tom Izzo excited to have Michigan State’s next football-basketball athlete in Keon Coleman

Tom Izzo has had football players play basketball on his team going back to his early years when Nick Saban was the Spartans’ football.

He had them in subsequent years, under John L. Smith and Mark Dantonio, too.

Now, Izzo is set to have the latest player cross Shaw Lane and play at the Breslin Center in the second year of Mel Tucker’s tenure at Michigan State.

Keon Coleman, a three-star wide receiver prospect from Louisiana, signed his letter of intent with the Spartans football program on Wednesday and made it clear that he plans on playing basketball as well as football.

More than 10 years after Michigan State had its last football/basketball dual-sport athlete, Izzo is excited to have one again.

“I love two-sport guys,” Izzo said on Thursday. “I’ve loved two-sport guys since I was one myself at a very small, small school. I’ve always appreciated guys that

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