NCAA and bowls, along with a Syracuse bowl.
Yikes, this isn't what we wanted to see! Time to come back for some sessions with GMac.
The Securities and Exchange Commission said in a complaint filed Tuesday in Boston that William D. Allen and Susan Daub raised almost $32 million from investors in 2012, gave out about $18 million in loans, and used about $7 million for personal expenses. The complaint says they "used money from some investors to pay other investors, while ... funneling millions of dollars of investor money to themselves -- the hallmarks of a Ponzi scheme."
http://www.sbnation.com/college-basketball/2015/4/6/8356739/2015-2016-college-basketball-early-ranking-top-25-north-carolina-kentucky-virginia http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/eye-on-college-basketball/25138457/virginia-headlines-ridiculously-early-preseason-top-25-and-one A little surprised that nobody is showing us any love, but as any rational person should know, these things don't really matter until the games are played. Also apologies if I didn't do this right. I never made one of these before and I didn't know how or if I can put 3 links.
Syracuse held its pro day on Monday, and Eskridge was one of 18 players who worked out for scouts. According to a report from Syracuse.com, Giants safeties coach Dave Merritt told a member of the Syracuse coaching staff that the team is "high" on Eskridge, who is a safety. Draft analysts consider Eskridge a likely mid-round pick.
Chad Ford thinks Chris McCullough will be drafted in the "20 to 40 range."
"He's not there yet. He's a freshman struggling a little bit," Hunt said. "But he also shows some amazing things. He shows glimpses of (former NFL wide receiver Randy) Mossing somebody. He's a fast guy, he's big. I love throwing to him. Once he gets everything down, because he's still trying to figure out who he is, that's the hardest part. Once he figures out who he is, he is going to be amazing."
The Syracuse football program and head coach Scott Shafer honored 27 members of the 2015 senior class at the annual awards banquet, including 26 student-athletes and one manager.
"That was a terrible, terrible feeling," Marona said. "The concussion that ends your football career shouldn’t be easy to describe, I guess. "Sometimes I wonder, ‘What if that hadn’t happened?’ and think, ‘Where would I be?’"