Tuesday Morning Tomahawks 04.21.09

  • Steve Ellis is the first 'Nole beat writer to write a post-spring off-season strength and conditioning article
  • Ellis Strikes again with an article on FSU Defensive End and humanitarian Everette Brown
  • Ellis for the hat trick, with a blog post on former FSU standout and now GM of the Lions, Martin Mayhew.
  • Andrew Carter, covers the Bowden speaking tour.  Some death jokes and other stuff.  Once you've been to one of these you've seen it all, typically.
  • Of note, Mickey Andrews is on the tour for the first time that anyone can remember.
  • Very well researched article by Mr. Carter: FSU's fraud case is draining funds as school tries to deal with budget crisis

    Amid a budget crisis perhaps more severe than any it has faced in its history, Florida State University has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on consulting and attorney fees relating to the university's on-going academic fraud case, according to documents released to the Orlando Sentinel through public records requests.

  • Clemson interview by Chantrant.com  Good stuff.
  • Ralph Friedgen weighs in on the NCAA stuff.  haha, get it, weighs in?  

Did I miss any links?  lemme know.

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