Did you know that if your power bill doesn’t get paid, they come and shut off your electricity? Seriously, my roommate didn’t pay it, and as a reward, I went without power all morning long.
So I’m a bit behind today…
As a second note, expect fewer links from the Southeast Missourian and the Leaf Chronicle. Why? I’ve reached my monthly limit on free site articles. And I only have a password for one (the former)
In fact, I left about three articles from the Leaf Chronicle off today alone.
But fear not, because there are plenty of other links to keep you clicking this morning.
Journal and Courier: Taking care of non-conference business a must for Purdue. (EKU their first opponent)
The Southern: SIU, EIU have long history of playing big games. (Week 2 matchup)
Richmond Register: EKU ready for deep playoff run this season
Tallahassee Democrat: Murray State coach Chris Hatcher has strong ties to Florida State (Week 1 opponent)
Leaf Chronicle: Tight end duo offers APSU flexibility
Southeast Missourian: Redhawks big underdogs in season opener
Leaf Chronicle: Govs’ changing of culture continues.
The Tennessean: TSU running back Trabis Ward sets sights on record books
Southeast Missourian: SEMO season preview: Redhawks seek consistency
Lexington Herald-Leader: EKU preview: QB TJ Pryor has big plans for EKU program.
Huntsville Times: Jacksonville State faces season of unknowns.
Fox News: FCS players on Senior bowl Watch list
Northwest Herald: EIU picks up the pace
Richmond Register: Purdue head coach Danny Hope excited to face old school, alma mater EKU
Leaf Chronicle: Govs ready to fall back on luxury
Leaf Chronicle: Will Triggs emerging as AP’s offensive leader.
SLC Dunk: Detailed minute distribution predictions for the Utah Jazz, including Kevin Murphy.
Anniston Star: Despite limits, Green wants JSU to play with passion.
Grantland: Funny picture of Kenneth Faried in a funny hat. That’s it. Seriously.