Ten former SEC stars and one ex-coach are on this year’s ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame. The National Football Foundation released the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2014 on Thursday. The NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision portion of the ballot lists 75 players, including three apiece from Alabama and Tennessee, and six coaches.
LSU athletics director Joe Alleva says selling beer at home football games would enhance the fan experience. SEC says its review is for neutral-site games and home games off campus, and not necessarily campus games.
The committee informed the Playing Rules Oversight Panel its decision to withdraw their proposal, which would have required offenses to wait 10 seconds to expire from the 40-second play clock before snapping the football, during a teleconference Wednesday.