(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
1.) “im telling u!! they will not run the wing tee. i seen them on the turf yesterday.”—MVS commentor “Coach Rick” on the Monrovia offense for 2014.
2.) UNLV (football) will not eligible to participate in postseason play during the 2014 season due to the program’s low Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores. The school announced Thursday in a press release that its final appeal to the NCAA was denied.
3.) Former Temple City wide receiver Kenny Werner turns 23 today.
4.) ”I’m treated far better than I deserve here…I can only speak for myself. I’ll say there’s a significant number of guys on the team who feel the same as me.”—Current Northwestern QB Trevor Siemien saying former Wildcats QB Kain Colter and others efforts to unionize by going to the National Labor Relations Board was rushed and wrong.
5.) Former San Gabriel standout Arthur Brown is headed into his fourth season at Dakota Wesleyan in South Dakota In 2010 after injuries knocked out the Matadors first and second string quarterbacks, Brown was forced into the position. SG personality at the time Cedric Ho dubbed the new offense with Brown as “The Wild Cholo”.
6.) Maryland and Rutgers enter the Big Ten this fall.
7.) West Covina HC Mike Maggiore & El Rancho HC Vinnie Lopez share with MVS’ Tim Peterson they have no knowledge of rule change to “Assosciation Rule”.
8.) Former Schurr Spartan wide receiver Chris Chiaromonte is 21 today.
9.) “Those Defensive Linemen were always very good at M-town. Always sad to see a good coach move on.”—MVS commentor “TheBoss” on Mike Minter’s stepping away from the Monrovia football program.
10.) “Going to church has blessed me with a lot of things in life…Large and small…you may have an idea of the large but can I give you a little insight into the small?
By the simple fact of being in church, eating lunch with my family, and then taking a nap upon arriving home, I avoided every moment, every second, and every stroke of the Masters Golf Tournament…Yes, that does merit a ‘Praise the Lord’.”—Joe T. three years ago today in “Fanview Lite”.