First and ten questions


1. Former booster Nevin Shapiro tells Yahoo! Sports that he provided thousands of impermissible benefits to at least 72 Hurricane players from 2002-2010. On a scale of 1-10, how surprised are you?

2. Nevin Shapiro then told a local Miami television station that he thinks that Miami will eventually get the "Death Penalty", or ending the Miami football program. If the allegations are true, should Miami get the "Death Penalty"?

3. Eli Manning was on the Michael Kay show yesterday and was asked where he ranks among NFL quarterbacks. He said, "I consider myself in that class. And Tom Brady is a great quarterback, he's a great player and what you've seen with him is he's gotten better every year ..."


4. CBSSports.com columnist Gregg Doyel is being criticized for his comments about Tim Tebow. Is Doyel's criticism of his faith fair or foul?

5. Colt McCoy met with Brett Favre this offseason and spent several days going over the West Coast offense, the system which Favre was under most of his career. Do you think Favre would make a good coach?


6. In light of these new allegations of NCAA infractions against Miami and other allegations around college football, is paying athletes the answer to this problem?

7. The NFL has postponed the supplemental draft scheduled for today, but the league has not issued a reason why it was postponed. Does this make sense?

8. On Monday, Jim Thome joined a list of 8 players with more than 600 homers. Of the eight on the list, Sammy Sosa, Alex Rodriguez and Barry Bonds are linked to steroids. ESPNChicago.com left Sosa out of their all-time Chicago Hall of Fame. Does Sosa belong in the Baseball Hall of Fame?


9. LeBron James recently kicked off a tour of Asia and played in an all-star game in Taipei. He was dunked on by a Taiwanese player. Is this a big deal?

10. Shaq is taking film classes in Hollywood. He of course has starred in films like "Blue Chips" and "Kazaam". Is this a good or bad move?