In the Year 2525 2025...
The SEC releases the schedule rotation for each member school's non-permanent cross-division opponents through 2025. Start your complaining about how your school won't be playing such-and-such school in the other division until 2018 now. (Saturday Down South)
It's too late, I've already done that.
Actually, Kevin Scarbinsky has beaten you to the punch. He notes that there is the strong possibility that with Alabama not playing South Carolina until 2019, "we've seen the last meeting between two of the greatest head coaches in league history in Nick Saban and Steve Spurrier." (al.com)
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt tells Bulldog supporters at an Augusta, Ga. UGA Day tour stop that they "shouldn't lower expectations" for the 2014 season just because of the departures of former players such as quarterback Aaron Murray. (The Athens Banner-Herald)
The difficult we do immediately. The impossible takes a little longer.
Mark Story looks at what Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops needs to do to make the Wildcats football program "matter in the SEC. Must. Not. Insert. Image. Of. The. Joker. Laughing... (The Lexington Herald-Leader)
There can be only one.
Keith Garrett looks at the competition for the Kentucky starting QB job between Patrick Towles and Drew Barker. (A Sea of Blue)
Sidenote to the above item:
Patrick Towles' nickname is suposedly "Patty Ice."
I've been everywhere, man. I've been everywhere.
LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis discusses life the recruiting trail. (The Baton Rouge Advocate)
Les Miles and Mike Leach walk into a bar...
Billy Gomila ponders what LSU head coach Les Miles and Washington State head coach Mike Leach might discuss between each other following their meeting up in Houston last week. Yes, there is a Craig James joke, thanks for asking. (And the Valley Shook)
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