Video Fan Leveled By Security
WAC fans are really no more elusive than WAC players.
Video A Very Late Hit
It may have actually been early for the next play.
ESPN's College GameDay is in Columbus, Ohio this week for Penn State vs. Ohio State.
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For as long as Geoffrey Harvin can remember, he has wanted to be in the football industry. Playing, coaching, scouting it didn't matter. He was just hoping for his big break.
Then one day last fall he got an idea for a screen play.
"This is going to be a blockbuster," says Harvin, working on the play at a Starbucks in Santa Monica. "It has play-action, blocking, passing, a significant yardage gain everything you could want in a screen play. I'm going to make a name for myself with this play. Football ignored me before, but they won't be able to now."
Once Harvin is done with the play, he plans to shop it around to some of the major teams.
"The Steelers, the Patriots, the Colts, Florida, USC you know, all the major franchises," he said. "I'm an artist first, but I also want to make a living off of my craft and they have the most money to spend. I want this screen play to be seen by people. I want it to have the biggest audience it can so it can change lives, change scores."
If only he was the most embarrassing thing about Arizona State football.
Maybe Saban left for the better academics at Alabama.