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Covering Dixie: Eddie Lacy, Bret Bielema, Sean Porter, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. All your crystal footballs are belong to us. 


Hungry Like the Wolf Hog.
First-year Arkansas head football coach Bret Bielema says that the Razorbacks are "very, very hungry to have success.” (The Arkansas News)

Lacy skipping Pro Day?
Former Alabama running back and 2013 NFL Draft prospect Eddie Lacy may miss Alabama's Pro Day due to injury. (al.com)

Laying it on the line.
Andrew Gribble looks at Alabama's offensive line as the Crimson Tide prepare to start spring practice. (al.com)

Gimmie Some Money.
Kevin Scarbinsky thinks Alabama athletic director Mal Moore is underpaid. (al.com)

Spring forward.
Scott Rabalias looks at LSU going into the start of spring practice. (The Baton Rouge Advocate)

Hey Porter. 
Lucas Jackson interviews former Texas A&M outside linebacker and 2013 NFL Draft prospect Sean Porter. (Good Bull Hunting)

Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes?
Tennessee redshirt freshman quarterback Nathan Peterman discusses the competition to fill the shoes of former Vols' starting QB Tyler Bray. (The Knoxville News-Sentinel)

Insanity


Let's be careful out there.
Dawg Sports has some advice for Georgia players preparing to go on spring break. Basically , it boils down to not doing things that usually end up with the worse "Mark Richt has lost control..." being used.

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