Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC: All your crystal football are belong to us.
I see nothing! I hear nothing! I know nothing!
An internal review by Auburn claims to have found no evidence of the academic fraud that was claimed by reporter Selena Roberts. (al.com)
More Alabama fans apparently wanted their pictures in front of the statue of Crimson Tide head football coach Nick Saban in front of Bryan-Denny Stadium during Alabama's spring game than they did for Bear Bryant. (SI.com)
Look who's here.
Katherine Webb was on hand to cheer on boyfriend and Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron at the Crimson Tide's A-Day spring game. Well, now that she quit Splash, she needed something to do with her free time. (al.com)
Play the percentages.
Georgia has a winning percentage over .500 against seven of the twelve teams it will face in 2013. The seven teams are (in order of schedule) Clemson, South Carolina, Missouri, Vanderbilt, Florida, Kentucky, and Georgia Tech. The Dawgs are at .500 against Auburn, below .500 against LSU and Tennessee, and have never played either North Texas or Appalachian State. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Springtime in Baton Rouge.
Billy Gomila reviews LSU's spring game. (And the Valley Shook)
Everybody else is doing it, so why can't we?
Joel Hollingsworth reviews Tennessee's spring game. (Rocky Top Talk)
There can be only one.
Patrick Brown looks at the battle to be Tennessee's starting QB between Justin Worley and Nathan Peterman. (The Chattanooga Times-Free Press)
Recruiting talk for 2015 already?
Tennessee gets a verbal commitment for it's 2015 recruiting class from Tennessee high school sophomore athlete Jaylond Woods. (Rocky Top Talk)
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