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Tuesday Morning Links and Such three star QB Nick Fanuzzi gave his commitment to Alabama yesterday.  Fanuzzi was previously committed to Da U, but after visiting T-Town he decided Alabama was the place for him.  

Today's "Not Just a Football School" update courtesy the Women's Tennis Team, who collected wins in both the singles and doubles at the Virginia Invitational.

A pair of freshman tallied singles wins. Nicole Briceno defeated Lauren Shumate of Purdue in three sets, 2-6, 6-1, 6-3, and Paulina Bigos earned a straight set win over Purdue's Alejandra Boeker, 6-2, 6-2. In doubles, junior Shelley Godwin and freshman Bianca Svensson also earned a win, defeating the Purdue duo of Cigdem Duru and Lauren Shumate in a tiebreaker, 9-8 (3).

I have no idea what any of that means.

Via MemphisTider, is Neyland is falling in?

Screw the meteor, we've got a much better chance of implosion!

SMQ takes a look at a few more reasons why the college game is better than the NFL.  Among them:

Sane Pass Interference Rules: could any penalty conceivably be worth the incredible yardage regularly assessed to pass interference fouls? If you drag the opposing team's quarterback out of his own huddle by the facemask between plays, that's 15 costly yards. But put your hand on Marvin Harrison's shoulder in the process of trying to do your job, that's 40 yards and the equivalent of a game-changing play the offense doesn't have to make by actually, you know, completing the pass.

Genius, thy name is DEVICEHIGH.

(h/t EDSBS)