Not much to share, but a couple of things. What makes baseball great is that you never know what could happen and all the stadiums look different. Witnessed Matt Cain make history with a perfect game for the Giants. He was born in Dothan, but I don't think he lived here long and we never hear from family members about him. I wonder if he still has family in Dothan.
I tweeted out this link about schools' recruiting budgets. Troy's was $87,330 last year and $81, 816 the year before. That's lower than anyone else in the Sun Belt except ULM, and every other Sun Belt team spent more than $100,000 last year. (I'd really like to see the budget when Tony Franklin went to Utah and California repeatedly and signed some guys.)
Of course it's great to see Troy be so competitive with a small recruiting budget compared to the rest, but what it says more is how it's time to step up with the money, and some of that money comes from you Trojan Warriors (well, according to the athletic department officials I've talked to). It also comes from other sources, such as corporate sponsors, private donations and what-not. Those haven't been large as of late.
Not sure if this is funny or sad. Probably both. The EA Sports NCAA Football series is popular, but South Alabama was accidentally left out of this year's game, despite the fact it is an FBS school. New FBS schools Massachusetts, Texas State and Texas San-Antonio are in the game.