Covering Dixie: Bo Davis, Kirby Smart, Will Muschamp, and a souvenir cup with Steve Spurrier's face on it.Covering Dixie Like Mildew -The SEC. You still wish your conference was like us.
Shock defection of the week.
Bo Davis returns to Alabama as The Crimson Tide's new defensive line coach a week after being named DL coach at USC. (ESPN)
I rest my case.
ESPN radio personality Colin Cowherd approves of Lane Kiffin's hire as new Alabama offensive coordinator. Enough proof that Kiffin at Alabama is going to be a disaster. (AL.com)
The one to watch?
Michael Casagrande labels Alabama defensive lineman as the breakout player for the Crimson Tide in 2014. (AL.com)
Kirby Smart will NOT be Georgia's next defensive coordinator.
Because Barrett Sallee said so. (Bleacher Report)
It's anybody's ballgame.
Florida head coach Will Muschamp says there will be competition for at all positions on the Gator squad during spring practice. (GameDayr)
De'Runnya Up That Hill.
Mississippi State freshman wide receiver De'Runnya Wilson could soon join the Rebels' men's basketball team. Wilson is a former Alabama Mr. Basketball. (The Jackson Clarion-Ledger)
Hey, Mr. D.J.
Georgia high school senior defensive back D.J. Smith commits to South Carolina's 2014 recruiting class. (Garnet and Black Attack)
My Cup Runneth Over.
Jorge De Los Gallos uncovers a long-lost Steve Spurrier souvenir cup from his days as quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
|Via Garnet and Black Attack.|
Yes, the Beavis and Butthead jokes have already been made, thank you. (Garnet and Black Attack)
Do You Believe in Magic?
Naturally, Every Day Should Be Saturday discusses the alleged magical powers of the Steve Spurrier souvenir cup, which allegedly which turns any liquid you pour into it into an adult beverage. And I don't mean wine.
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