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Covering Dixie: Paul Finebaum, Alabama, recruiting, and more.

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

Covering Dixie: Paul Finebaum, Alabama, recruiting, and more.

Charlotte Sometimes. 
SEC media gadfly Paul Finebaumis ditching Birmingham for  Charlotte for a new radio and television gig with ESPN. Because Charlotte is the heart of Southern college football. (

Alabama Getaway.
Former Alabama wide receiver Danny Woodson transfers to South Alabama. (CBS Sports)

Seven and the Ragged Tiger.
Seven members of Auburn's 2013 recruiting class enroll for summer classes. (The Opelika-Auburn News)

Let's bury the hatchet. Wipe out the past.
Matt Hayes argues that the SEC should get rid of protected cross-division rivalry games like Georgia-Auburn and Alabama-Tennessee. Les Miles just found a new best friend. (The Sporting News)


He's Just Not That Into You. 
Florida high school junior receiver Ryeshene Bronson has decommitted from Florida's 2014 recruiting class. (The Gainesvile Sun)

Ahead of the curve.
South Carolina receives commitments for its 2015 recruiting class from Georgia high school sophomore WR Dexter Neal and South Carolina HC sophomore defensive end Shameik Blackshear. (Garnet and Black Attack)



PAWWWWLL-etry in motion.
EDSBS's Run Home Jack (a.k.a. @CelebrityHotTub) drops a few rhymes about Finebaum's deal with ESPN.

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