The Big Lead’s PM Sports Roundup, where the weekend is just a societal construct with no real meaning, man.
Sills turned out alright: West Virginia’s David Sills was the young quarterback offered a scholarship by Lane Kiffin as a seventh grader. By the time he was 18 he was a “bust” but has reinvented himself as an excellent receiver.
Fields decides to stay home: Top recruit Justin Fields has committed to Georgia, opting to stay home to play college football. Fields is widely considered the top quarterback in the 2018 recruiting class, and many rank him as the top player. This was an enormous pickup for Kirby Smart and co.
Leach boots two: Two Washington State football players have been kicked off the team after they stole stuff from a Walmart in Pullman.
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Around the Sports Internet: Mike D’Antoni is awful confident in his Houston Rockets; Kate Upton is in Houston supporting her future husband Justin Verlander on Friday; Josh Norman is out four weeks with a rib injury; Marcus Mariota will be a game-time decision for the Titans this weekend.
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