• Expect to see this discussed in tonight’s vice presidential debate. Finally, an NCAA crackdown on the scourge of inartfully faked lens flares.
In addition to Instagram, coaches can’t use the Add-A-Kitty app. Altering the photo with a cat would make it a no-no: twitter.com/RazorbackRules…
— RazorbackRules (@RazorbackRules) October 10, 2012
• Hair news of vital importance. Here is a news release from Stanford that we feel compelled to reprint in its entirety:
STANFORD, Calif. – The mullet that once graced the head of defensive end Ben Gardner has returned.
“I didn’t want to bring it back, to be honest,” Gardner said. “I cut it last year after the final game of the regular season, and then we ended up losing the Fiesta Bowl. You wouldn’t believe all the crap I took from teammates blaming the loss on my lack of mullet.
“At the end of the day, they kind of convinced me they needed it. I brought it back for one more final hurrah. I’m going to keep it to the end of the bowl. Maybe we’ll cut it in the locker room after the game.”
So, just so we’re straight, the mullet was to blame for the 41-38 overtime loss to Oklahoma State and not Cowboys’ receiver Justin Blackmon?
“According to the other 100 guys in the locker room, it was my mullet,” Gardner contested.
Our very best wishes to Mr. Gardner in all his coiffure-related endeavors.