Friday, March 26, 2010

Dalton is #1 career wins by active NCAA Division I quarterbacks, as was highlighted this afternoon by The Top 10:

1. Andy Dalton, TCU: 29
2. Kellen Moore, Boise State: 26
3. Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech: 23
4. Case Keenum, Houston: 22
t5. Colin Kaerpernick, Nevada: 19
t5. Josh Nesbitt, Georgia Tech: 19
t5. Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State: 19
8. Ricky Stanzi, Iowa: 18
t9. Kevin Riley, Cal: 15
t9. T.J. Yates, North Carolina: 15

Doubleheader today at 1:00

Because of the expected foul weather in Colorado Springs this weekend, the schedule for the #5 Frogs' 3-game series at Air Force has been shifted and they'll play games 1 & 2 today starting at 1:00pm Texas time. But as David Peterson explains at, you might actually want to root for the cancellation of one or more games due to the RPI-killing effect that playing Air Force has, even when you beat them.

So when you get back from lunch, forget any office productivity- get the gametracker up and running from, the live streaming broadcast from KTCU and come back to Spitblood to discuss the game in the comments section below.

Steven Maxwell will be on the mound for the 1:00 game, and Matt Purke in the second game.

EDIT: Purke started Game 1 and Kyle Winkler will apparently start Game 2. No word yet on the status of Maxwell...

EDIT part deux: Game 2 has been cancelled due to the weather. No game tomorrow. They'll try to play at least one game Sunday at 1:00pm.

New Stadium Pics

A few new renderings of the new stadium were shown earlier this week. The plan currently is still to redo the sides in separate years, West side and N Endzone after this season '10, East side after next '11, with the total number of seats being around 40,000 with the ability to be increased to around 50K.

You'll notice some new things in these pics, video boards, loss of the majority of lot one behind the stadium etc.

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