Morning Miller: JAGS DRAFT - April 30, 2012 | Sports & Recreation
Jaguars Bite of the Day – A breakdown of the Jaguars’ draft, from the Florida Times-Union. Jacksonville drafted six players in total over three days. On Thursday, Justin Blackmon was drafted after the Jags moved up two spots in the first round. The Jaguars chose a punter, Cal’s Bryan Anger, surprisingly, in the third round.
Stat(s) of the Day – The Jaguars selected Cal punter Bryan Anger with the 70th overall pick Friday. It was the highest a punter has been drafted since the Bears took Todd Sauerbrun in 1995 with the 54th pick.
Question of the Day – How many years will rookie punter Bryan Anger be a starter for the Jacksonville Jaguars?
You Should Know – The Chicago Bulls were dealt a blow after learning that MVP guard Derrick Rose suffered a torn ACL in his left knee. The team announced he will miss the rest of the season. Rose suffered the injury when he jumped off his left foot in a playoff game against the Philadelphia 76ers. He only played in 39 of the Bulls’ 66 regular-season games because of turf toe, back spasms, a pulled groin and foot injuries. “It’s tough,” Carlos Boozer said. “It seems like he just can’t catch a break…. I just feel for him, man. He really can’t catch a break this season.”
College Nugget – Before his passing, former Penn State coach Joe Paterno was working on a full-blown biography. Paterno and his family were taking part in interviews with sportswriter Joe Posnanski, formerly of Sports Illustrated and the Kansas City Star. The book will be out this fall.
Broadcasting Note – FOX’s Tim McCarver explains his theory on climate change altering the game of baseball.
Strange Thought of the Day – Will the Jaguars’ draft be remembered more for Justin Blackmon or Bryan Anger?
Tweet of the last 24 hours – @JPosnanski (Joe Posnanski, author and sports journalist) “Wow, the NFL Draft is over already. That went by so quickly.”
Link of the Day – After every NFL Draft, there are plenty of rookie free agents. The Sporting News compiled the top-10 undrafted free agents.
Video of the Day – Being defended tightly by Shawn Marion, Thunder superstar Kevin Durant hit the game-winner with 1.5 seconds left over the weekend. Oklahoma City edged out the defending champion Dallas Mavericks in Game One, 99-98.
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