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Covering Dixie: Nick Saban, Mark Richt, and more.

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

The Ten Million Dollar Man?
Pat Forde explores whether attempts to lure Alabama head football coach Nick Saban to Texas could result in Saban becoming the "first $10 million coach" in college football. (Yahoo! Sports)

DON'T PANIC!
Crimson Tide Sports Radio color analyst Phil Savage tells a group of Alabama boosters that they shouldn't be concerned over the Tide offensive line's early season struggles. (Al.com)

 If you could only see the way they love me then maybe you would understand.
Savage also explained why NFL general managers aren't bought on Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron as being an NFL QB. (Al.com

Kellen Time.
Andrew Gribble profiles Alabama offensive lineman Kellen Williams. (Al.com)

Trap game? What trap game? 
Georgia HC Mark Richt isn't too concerned about North Texas finding a way to pull an upset against the Bulldogs. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Isn't it ironic, don't you think? (Or awkward, or something like that.)
Dave Singleton previews Arkansas vs. Rutgers. Or: How Bret Bielema left the Big Ten to coach Arkansas, only to wind up still having to deal with future B1G member Rutgers. (The Crystal Ball Run)

Smokey vs. Albert.
Chris Pendley previews Tennessee-Florida. (Rocky Top Talk)

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