Folks it is getting close to quitting time; I'm guessing for you because I've been done for hours already, so before you head into the weekend I thought I'd grab all the little nuggets that we have hanging out there and put them on a platter just for your enjoyment.
First and foremost be sure to tune into Michael Felder's appearance on The Sports Yapp at 4:15et Friday afternoons folks. He'll be talking college football on the air with the host Bryce Johnson and producer Chris Kroeger every Friday so be sure to lock that into your schedule. If you're in Charlotte tune into 730AM, if you're out of range check out the Fox Sports 730 site to listen live.
In other appearance and off campus work from ITB check out this week's spot on The Pulse Network where your fearless leader has some CRAZY EYES. Actually the dog roaming the apartment, there was a clicking coming from upstairs and a guy was doing maintenance outside of the window behind computer. The Pregame Warm-Up is also just posted to hear thoughts on the college football world and of course some very, very early NFL prospect thoughts. Lastly make sure you hop over to al.com because while this week's column lacks the comment volume we've grown accustomed to it more than makes up for it in the awesome incoherance of some of the notes left.
Pat Johnston also knocked it out this week with another installment of everyone's favorite new stat the Positive Impact Factor. While Terrance Cain still leads there is some movement in the #3 spot as Chandler Harnish from NIU claims the bronze standing from Denard Robinson. It is a shame what playing a real defense can do to your stat line. Check out the full standings to see where your QB stands.
Speaking of ITB contest be sure to get those photos in for the ITB Tailgate Challenge!
Thanks to our thoughtful friends over at Hugging Harold Reynolds we were able to get a few questions answered by former Michigan Wolverine and NFL Pro Bowler Jon Runyan last week. Runyan takes a break from his run for congress to talk a little Michigan football including the Rich Rodriguez transition and Shoelace, we hope you enjoy.
Lastly, a little deal for you, our readers. We got a chance to get our hands on the Coveroo product to sample and found it to be our first real winner as far as smart phone cases with team logos go. Instead of the chunky and bulky designs or stickers and skins that most companies offer Coveroo actually does one of two things. They create a replica of the back of your phone with your desired logo OR they can print your favorite team's logo on one of the popular slim cases that I've found to be the most functional.
Coveroo officially licenses graphics for laser engraving and color bonding onto mobile phones & iPods. Get your custom college football phone covers here: http://www.coveroo.com/custom#/-/-/ncaa.
We've tried the product, we like the product and thanks to our fine contact over there we're able to not only recommend the Coveroo but also pass on a promo code good for 10% off your purchase at their site. Just plug in the promo code: InTheBleachersTenPercent and you'll be good to go with all of your team logo-smart phone needs folks. No sticky mess, no bulky case just your team support in a sleek design.