GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for May 28, 2017.
Shout out to The Boy Chris for all the hustle yesterday.
The Kid Chris Jastrzembski recaps today's games!Posted by College Crosse on Saturday, May 27, 2017
College Crosse News.
Chris & Marisa did a nice pregame show before the festivities.
It's a Championship Weekend edition of College Crosse Game Day with Chris Jastrzembski and Marisa Ingemi!Posted by College Crosse on Saturday, May 27, 2017
Towson’s postgame press conference.
Towson's press conference after their 11-10 loss to Ohio State.Posted by College Crosse on Saturday, May 27, 2017
Here’s Ohio State’ postgame press conference.
Ohio State's press conference after their 11-10 win to Ohio Towson.Posted by College Crosse on Saturday, May 27, 2017
Denver’s postgame press conference.
Denver's press conference after their 9-8 loss to Maryland.Posted by College Crosse on Saturday, May 27, 2017
Maryland’s postgame press conference.
Maryland's press conference after their 9-8 win over Denver.Posted by College Crosse on Saturday, May 27, 2017
Ohio State’s pregame tailgate looked lit.
I love Paul Carcaterra’s postgame interview with head coach Nick Myers.
What’s Up, Philly?
Following his swift dismissal as San Francisco 49ers head coach in January (his second firing in just two short years), odds makers predicted that former Eagles warlord Chip Kelly would likely land on television. Never one to admit defeat, Kelly defiantly stated that he would continue to seek work in the NFL – although being passed over for an assistant coaching job by the lowly Jaguars had to have been a shot to the old Chipper’s ego. After being spurned by professional football, Kelly has signed a multi-year deal with ESPN to serve as an in-studio analyst of the college game. He’ll also moonlight on some NFL coverage as needed.
Gregg Allman, whose hard-jamming, bluesy sextet the Allman Brothers Band was the pioneering unit in the Southern rock explosion of the ‘70s, died Saturday due to complications from liver cancer, his longtime manager, Michael Lehman, confirmed to Variety. He was 69. As recently as April 24, reports surfaced claiming Allman was in hospice, although Lehman denied those reports, which Allman then substantiated in a Facebook post.
However, he had suffered a number of ailments in recent years — including an irregular heartbeat, a respiratory infection, a hernia and a liver transplant — and cancelled many scheduled tour dates in recent months for health reasons. Lehman said that Allman’s liver cancer recurred around five years ago, but the singer chose to keep the news private. Allman completed a solo album, “Southern Blood,” that is set for release late this year. Lehman said they received some final mixes for the album on Friday, and Allman listened to them the night before his death. He added that Allman passed away with his family nearby, and was “at peace.”
First lion cub born at Dallas Zoo in more than 40 years.
Your GIF for May 28, 2017.
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