|And in Atlanta, Georgia, there's peace on Earth tonight.|
Merry Christmas y'all. Kind of taking it slow today, it being Christmas and all. Plus I sprained my ankle yesterday, so I've kind of been in a little pain today. Still didn't stop me from spending some time with my twin nephews for their first Christmas, though.
Here's a special Christmas wrap-up for you.
A Sort of Homecoming.
SMU defeats Fresno State 43-10 in the Hawaii Bowl held at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu on Christmas Eve night. SMU head football coach June Jones coached the Hawaii Warriors in Aloha Stadium from 1999-2007. (ESPN)
New Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones talks about his history of taking HC jobs at Christmas. (The Chattanooga Times-Free Press)
He's the King of them all, y'all.
Georgia wide receiver Tavarres King discusses what it's like to hold the record for most games played in UGA history. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
What Christmas Means to Me.
LSU HC Les Miles gives his thoughts on Christmas. (The Shreveport Times)
Come On to the Future.
Texas A&M HC Kevin Sumlin is already working on the Aggies' 2014 recruiting class. (The Houston Chronicle)
My Grown-Up Christmas List.
Bill Riley has his "Christmas wish list for Utah," which could use some Christmas magic after a less-than-successful 5-7 record in 2012. (The Deseret News)
Thank you, sir. Can I have another?
Hammer and Rails has its own wish list for Purdue and Boilermaker alumi such as New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees.
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