College Football 2011: The Year of the Scandal Jim Weber (College Football Expert)

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Published: April 13th 2012

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College Football 2011: The Year of the Scandal  by  Jim Weber (College Football Expert)

College Football 2011: The Year of the Scandal by Jim Weber (College Football Expert)
April 13th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 100 pages | ISBN: | 10.21 Mb

ABOUT THE BOOKThe college football and mens basketball fan site and former player database, LostLettermen.com, was launched in March 2009 to answer one question: Where Are They Now? Complete with an IMDB-like database of over 150,000 formerMoreABOUT THE BOOKThe college football and mens basketball fan site and former player database, LostLettermen.com, was launched in March 2009 to answer one question: Where Are They Now?

Complete with an IMDB-like database of over 150,000 former players detailing their current whereabouts and college accomplishments, Lost Lettermen has expanded to create its own content, such as player interviews with past legends and features and Top 10 lists on both sports.LostLettermen.com receives nearly 900,000 unique visitors a month as of October 2011 and has a content partnership with Yahoo.com, Bleacher Report and AOL Fanhouse, regularly appearing on the home page of the worlds fourth-most trafficked web site.

Lost Lettermen has also been featured in USA Today, ESPN.com, SI.com, and Mashable.com, as well as dozens of sports talk radio shows around the country, such as ESPN Radios Doug Gottlieb Show and The Michele Tafoya Show.MEET THE AUTHORWith previous experience at ESPN The Magazine, NBC Sports and CBS Sports, Weber launched Lost Lettermen with one question as his premise: Where Are They Now? Weber oversees the sites business endeavors and content. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and currently resides in New York City.EXCERPT FROM THE BOOKOf course the Penn State scandal had to involve two very well-known institutions of popular culture: Saturday Night Live and Ashton Kutcher.In response to the news that the schools board of trustees fired legendary coach Joe Paterno on Wednesday night, Kutcher tweeted: How do you fire Jo Pa?

#insult #noclass as a hawkeye fan I find it in poor taste.The tweet was later deleted, and Kutchers following tweets read: As an advocate in the fight against child sexual exploitation, I could not be more remorseful for all involved in the Penn St. case.And: As of immediately I will stop tweeting until I find a way to properly manage this feed. I feel awful about this error. Wont happen again.The Hollywood star apparently didnt know about the whole circus in Happy Valley. He was just tweeting as an Iowa fan who respected Paterno without knowledge of the coachs role in the mess.It was an unfortunate tweet -- even if he meant no malice.CHAPTER OUTLINEIntroduction+ Beyond the Blog: The Lost LettermenChapter 1.

The End For Joe Paterno+ Impact of the Scandal+ Penn State, Ashton, and SNL+ What Did Paterno Know Before the Scandal Officially Broke?+ We Examine Three Theories+ ...and much moreChapter 2. The Shocking Downfall of Jim Tressel+ Ohio State Mockery+ Post-Scandal Handling By OSU+ Future of the Program+ Bleacher Creatures Have Their SayChapter 3.

The Return of Urban Meyer+ Journeying Back+ Bleacher Creatures Have Their SayChapter 4. The BCS Title Game: Unwanted and Unwatched+ Early Arguments Against a Rematch+ Later Arguments Against a Rematch+ Later Arguments For a Rematch+ Finale Ratings in the Tank+ ...and much moreChapter 5. Conference Realignment+ Realigning the Conferences+ Realigning Within Conferences+ Bleacher Creatures Have Their SayChapter 6. Scandal at The U+ The Surprise of the YearChapter 7. Will College Football Get a Playoff System?+ Playoff Possibilities+ For a Plus-One System+ Against a Plus-One SystemChapter 8.



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