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Covering Dixie: Jacob Coker, Johnny Manziel, Georgia, and more.

Written by Juan Cena on Thursday, January 23 2014 and posted in SWRT

Covering Dixie Like Mildew -The SEC. Still better than your conference.
Covering Dixie: Jacob Coker, Johnny Manziel, Georgia, and more.

Have a Coker and a smile. 
Former Florida State quarterback Jacob Coker is reportedly set to to transfer to Alabama. (ESPN)
Where Did It All Go Wrong?
Former Alabama players try to explain why the wheels of the Crimson Tide finally fell off during the 2013 season. (AL.com)
This is for the questions that don't have any answers.
B.J. Bennett looks at the upheaval at the starting QB posistion set for the 2014 season with the departures of QB's such as Johnny Manziel, A.J. McCarron, Connor Shaw, and Aaron Murray. (Southern Pigskin)
I've seen the future, and it will be.
Roll 'Bama Roll takes a look at Alabama's defense in the upcoming 2014 season.
He came from South Alabama with a banjo on his knee. 
Georgia is reportedly set to hire South Alabama defensive coordinator Kevin Sherrer as a linebackers coach. Sherrer had previously worked with Bulldog defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt on the staff of Hoover High School in Alabama. (The Athens Banner-Herald)


Recruiting

Kentucky recruiting news.
Florida high school senior cornerback Kendall Randolph commits to Kentucky's 2014 recruiting class. (A Sea of Blue)

Insanity


Fun with Photoshop, starring Johnny Football.
Good Bull Hunting cranks up the Photoshop program to look at which products former Texas A&M starting QB Johnny Manziel might endorse. If Chick-fil-A doesn't sign JFF after of its cows tried to ah, gig him, I'm going to be greatly disappointed.

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