Boyd Arraignment: A TN Lawyer's Perspective

Interesting article here regarding what paths this may take now with Chris Boyd. I find it interesting that you can get indicted for something as simple as saying "I'd delete that picture". However, the good news, justice wise, is that the DA will have to prove intent for a conviction. We all want justice done. It is possible this may get sorted out soon, given the details here.

Chris Boyd's Father Speaks Out About His Son's Indictment

"Whatever they want, they could have gotten without indicting my son. I don’t know how he gets his name back. He’s 21. I don’t know how someone repairs their integrity and character after this. There is nothing bigger." - Steven Boyd, father of WR Chris Boyd

Is Casey Hayward Legit?

By Week 8, a rookie was that fulcrum — and he just happened to be replacing a Hall of Famer. All Hayward did was put up some of the best numbers for any cornerback in the league. According to Football Outsiders, Hayward was fourth in the league in passes defensed, first in success percentage, and first in total defeats among cornerbacks. According to Pro Football Focus, quarterbacks had a 31.1 rating when throwing in Hayward’s coverage area — the best figure for any cornerback in football.

The All-22 All-Star Team: Casey Hayward and the Value of a Nickel - The Triangle Blog - Grantland

CBS's Randy Cross Calls Vanderbilt the Under the Radar Team to Watch in the SEC

Randy Cross, who is just a quick trim away from being CBS's Barry Melrose, discusses the Commodores strengths in 2013. He doesn't seem to know much about the Vandy running game, but it's a nice sentiment nonetheless.

Jordan Rodgers Cut

Today Jordan Rodgers was cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Jeffrey Taylor's Still Got It

In case you'd forgotten, Jeffrey Taylor can still do things that suggest that gravity doesn't quite know what to do with him. Before that, he takes on all five members of the Spurs Summer League team and leaves them all in his dust.

All Aboard The Damian Jones Hype Train

Vanderbilt’s Damian Jones could be the most underrated freshman in the SEC. The 6-9 Jones will immediately log major minutes for the Dores up front, and could lead Kevin Stallings’ team in rebounding. If Jones can produce in the paint on a regular basis, Vanderbilt could find themselves among the top four or five teams in the SEC.

Jon Rothstein’s NCAA Basketball Notes: Lawrence, Williams & More « CBS New York

Hufnagel already paying dividends?

"One intriguing wrinkle in his recruitment is the move of Harvard assistant Yanni Hufnagel to Vanderbilt. Hufnagel recruited Travis' brother, Jonah, to Harvard, and has kept the Commodores in the running for Reid. "As soon as he went to Vanderbilt, he offered the next day," Travis said. "I'm definitely looking at them, trying to get on campus sometime in the fall."" Reid Travis, a 6'7" power forward from Minneapolis, is the #41 recruit in the nation according to Rivals.


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