In the doghouse.
Mississippi State gets two years probation for recruiting violations. (ESPN)
What'll he do for an encore?
Zac Ellis looks at what's left for Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel to prove in the 2013 college football season. (SI.com)
Driving while Georgia.
Georgia defensive lineman John Atkins was arrested for driving without a valid driver's license. He claims that he was headed to the Georgia State Patrol office in his home town of Thomson, Ga. to deal with the situation when he was pulled over for a seal belt violation. (The Athens Banner-Herald)
There's a possibility, but no chance: fantasy romance edition.
Katherine Webb informs the world that she and Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron are not engaged...yet. (al.com)
Pick of the litter.
The Alamo Bowl and the Big 12 reach an agreement that gives the bowl first pick of the conference's non-College Football Playoff teams. (ESPN)
They're gonna put me in the movies.
Arkansas Expats interviews former Arkansas QB Mitch Mustain about the new documentary about his time in Fayetteville, The Identity Theft of Mitch Mustain.
I'll Huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your little house down!
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State tight end Holden Huff. (One Bronco Nation Under God)
How Do You Like Me Now?
Holly Anderson describes how Texas A&M head football coach Kevin Sumlin should enter his press conference during this summer's SEC Media Days. All I'm going to say is that there's an elephant and a porkpie hat involved. (Grantland)
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