Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning …
You only thought the recruiting madness ending on the first Wednesday of this month.
No matter what happens with Ole Miss football recruiting in the Class of 2016 moving forward the news will not get bigger than it did yesterday when five-star quarterback Shea Patterson committed to Ole Miss.
This is the point where we remind everyone that verbal commitments are non-binding. You need look no further than Ole Miss’ signing day a few weeks ago for a painful reminder of exactly how non-binding those commitments are.
That said, there are signs of stability around Patterson and reasons to believe he’ll be one of the firsts to submit his paper work to Ole Miss.
When a guy of this nature says he’s fully committed and wants to start recruiting on behalf of his newly chosen school look out. There’s an anticipated snowball effect building. We’ll see where it leads.
In the meantime, some other Shea Patterson links:
You can go to TheAdvocate.com and vote in this online poll:
The Advocate's Sports Poll: Do you have confidence in the QB future at LSU after Shea Patterson committed to UM? http://t.co/Bqv1lvLZ5F
In non-Shea Patterson news:
The Ole Miss-Arkansas State baseball game scheduled for yesterday has been rescheduled for this coming Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 3 p.m. …
The beat goes on with the NBA’s interest in Kentucky, and Karl-Anthony Towns looks like another 1-and-done. …
The Big 10 has fined Penn State’s basketball coach $10,000 for comments made about officiating. They weren’t positive comments. …
Michael Jordan has turned 52. I was in the Superdome in 1982 when he hit this shot against Georgetown: