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    College football today is a big game [url=]Ugo Amadi Jersey[/url] , big dollar, bigger pressure affair. It's a pretty huge deal in most corners of the country with people everywhere counting down the days from spring practices until the games get real. Most every school has a devout and loyal fanbase who froth at the mouths when their teams take to the field. These fans live and die with their teams each and every week knowing that one bad day, a simple slip up, or just not having it that week can cost them a shot at glory. Unlike in the pros, one bad game, one measly little loss can effectively end your season.It's little wonder then that in the pressure cooker that is college football, sometimes the egos and personalities are inflated to epic proportions. Sometimes it's the prime-time players, the athletes who are simply biding their time before making the inevitable jump to – they hope – gridiron glory in the NFL who get a little too full of themselves. They make bad decisions [url=]Devin White Jersey[/url] , do stupid things, and act every bit the prima donna you just know they'll be at the next level. Other times though, it's the coaches, the men in charge of these powerhouse programs that relish their time in the spotlight perhaps a little too much. Some of these coaches seem to love the attention, adoration, and can't seem to get enough of it.With all of the praise, adulation, celebrity [url=]L.J. Collier Jersey[/url] , and God-like treatment, it's little wonder that they may get a little too big for their britches. After all, you can only be told you're the best thing ever so many times before you start believing it!But their behavior and their personalities sometimes get a little out of control and a lot boorish. College football is a big business, but it is after all, just a game. While this is by no means a comprehensive list, here are just 10 of the biggest jerks in college football today... Steve Pearce has joined the Boston Red Sox and doubled in his first at-bat as the cleanup hitter for the team with the best record in the majors.

    Pearce doubled in the second inning Friday night on the first pitch he saw from CC Sabathia at Yankee Stadium. Pearce played first base against New York.

    The Red Sox got the 35-year-old Pearce and cash on Thursday from Toronto for minor league infielder Santiago Espinal.

    Pearce has a career average of .255 and 83 career home runs and 268 RBIs. He was hitting .291 with four homers and 16 RBIs for the Blue Jays. The Red Sox are his seventh team, including all five in the AL East.

    Boston manager Alex Cora said Pearce gives the team more options at first base, where Mitch Moreland is having a good season [url=]Johnathan Abram Jersey[/url] , and as a designated hitter.

    Pearce’s cost to the Red Sox is $1.5 million. The Blue Jays will give Boston $1,658,602 to cover part of the $3,158,602 remaining in his $6.25 million salary.

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