Dave is one of Bleacher Report's College Football National Featured Columnists.
Previous sports writing experience include a staff sports writer position with a university newspaper, as well as other on-line and print publications.
Named a B/R College Football Featured Columnist in 2009.
Became a member of the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) in 2012.
You can follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/davidrluther
Only 15 more weeks to go until college football finally kicks off the 2015 season!
Ready for the long, football-less dog days of summer?
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Here's a Serious Post About David Luther and Colin Kapernic
Date: Sun, December 21, 2014 12:19 pm
To: "Kelsi Grant"
Here's a Serious Post About David Luther and Colin Kapernic, I'm Posting on David Luther's Page Link Below This Question Now.
Please Forward It to Who Ever Is Needed to See It
Love Ya - Keith
DID You Live Across From Me on Meagher in Bozeman ? 'And' If You Did, Were You Watching and Observing Me' For Someone or Somebody out of the South East ? Or Elsewhere ?
All the Crap That Went on In Front of My House – In Some Case's I Was Aware Of, Like The Night Colin Kapernic Tried to Rape Kelsi.
However, What I Was Puzzled By Is; ' When I Was Traveling to Missoula in a Semi Truck and Saw You Coming the Other Way – AND (get this).
As I Was in the Semi-Truck and I 'picked my nose' – You Were Coming the Other Way Past – Butte and In Between Missoula and YOU:
' Turned Your Light On and Picked Your Nose Heading the Other Way '
What the Hell Was That All About ?
For That Matter; ' What The Hell Was All of It About ' ?
And The Question About Weather You Were Watching Me For Someone Comes From:
' Me Seeing 3 Different Van's Of Men Drive By and Hearing The Driver Say; ' He is The Man We Are Protecting For Barrack Obama and ….... '
And I Would Sit There and Think: ' Whiskey – Tango – Foxtrot '
Then I Went to The Ridge in Bozeman – And Saw the Driver of the Van With a Clemson Hat On
Just Think What I Was Thinking
Yea Answer Me 'that' Question – David,
cc: Mrs. Kelsi Grant, Grant Kids, Jacob Tate, DOD, FBI Langley, CIA Langley, Kelsi's Attorney
Best Regards -
Grant Marketing Group
Notice: The Contents of this E-Mail are intended for the recipient and his/her staff only. Any unauthorized use or modifications of this e-mail are strictly prohibited.
Roy Kidd coached the Colonels not the Cardinals.
You may want to fix your top 25 players in the Big Ten!
Just FYI, but I have seen two articles now where you said Maryland's QB CJ Brown has graduated. After he sustained a torn ACL in the pre-season of 2012, the NCAA granted him an extra year of eligibility. Therefore, barring another injury, he will be back as the Terps' stating QB in 2014.
Welcome back, college football. We missed you.
@Jared: The MAC itself doesn't get an automatic bid, but if you care to read the BCS qualification rules, you'll note that the highest ranked team from a non-automatic qualifying conference that is a conference champion (as long as that team is No. 16 or higher in the final BCS ranking) will receive an AUTOMATIC bid to the BCS.
Last season, Kent State was ranked ahead of Northern Illinois when the two met in the MAC Championship Game. Whichever team won that game would be MAC champions AND ranked No. 16 or above, therefore GUARANTEEING an AUTOMATIC invitation to the BCS.
So, yes, I do think (and KNOW for a FACT) that if Kent State had beaten Northern Illinois they would have received an AUTOMATIC bid to the BCS.
Dude, the MAC doesn't get an automatic BCS bid. Your Purdue slide in the garbage article about the 5 teams who can compete with OSU and UM said that Kent State would have been guaranteed a BCS game if they beat Northern Illinois. You're a crack pot man, do you really think that a 12-2 MAC school is getting an at large bid over a 12-2 SEC school?
David, I'm not a Penn State fan, but I even know QB Steve Bench has been gone from PSU for a while now and currently is enrolled at USF. Just couldn't help but notice you missed that huge piece when writing your column about B1G Ten weak depth charts that was published yesterday (June 3). You have to pay more attention, because silly errors like this drastically change the image that readers, like myself, have of the Bleacher Report and who they have working for them.