The Mike Pouncey dilemma. Part of the reason Florida looked shaky on Saturday was due to Mike Pouncey's struggles at center. It's a situation the Gators can't let linger for long. (Alligator Army)
Ole Miss schadenfreude, Star Wars style. Old Miss' loss to FCS Jacksonville State brings forth thoughts of a Star Wars quote not related to Admiral Ackbar:
Team Speed Kills)
"The agony and the irony are killing me." Georgia freshman quarterback Hutson Mason's first touchdown in the NCAA was caught by Logan Gray, the person he punked out of the backup QB role. Cue the Harvey Danger. (Dawg Sports)
More reasons to hate Dr. Evil Michael Adams. Barbara Dooley was reportedly wearing an "orange and white jacket" to Tennessee home opener. Vince was more subdued with "an orange pin." This is Dr. Evil Michael Adams' fault, somehow. (The Tennessean)
Least shocking news of the day. ESPN's College Gameday will be coming to Tuscaloosa for the Penn St.-Alabama game. (ChuckOliver.net)
Les Miles should have "his own reality show." Because Clay Travis says so. (Fanhouse)
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