Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning. …
A Twitter picture here as the New Orleans Saints donated football equipment to a local high school which lost most of its gear from the effects of Hurricane Issac.
Notre Dame has suspended former running back Allen Pinkett from its radio team because of his comments regarding the character of the type of players the Irish need to really be successful.
Penn State officials say the cost of dealing with the Jerry Sandusky incidents and aftermath — legal fees, public relations and things you just don’t typically budget for — will reach $17 million.
From Yahoo, Ole Miss gets a mention in Pat Forde’s column, not a good one. He takes fans to task for not turning out in higher numbers for the debut game of Hugh Freeze.
Auburn gets center Reese Dismukes back from suspension in time for this week’s game at Mississippi State.
Speaking of suspensions, Georgia coach Mark Richt is somewhat vague on the status of two defensive stars as the Bulldogs head to Missouri for the Tigers’ first SEC game. Speaking of Richt, it looks like he wasn’t vague in instructing his players not to respond to a Missouri player’s publicized opinion that Georgia plays “old man football.” ESPN analyst Jon Gruden likes what Georgia is doing on offense.