I know it sounds absurd, but please tell me who I am?
Alabama head coach Nick Saban declares that the way for the Crimson Tide to rebound from the disappointment of the 2013 season is "to resurrect the identity of the Alabama football program." (al.com)
And here's to you Mr. Robertson.
Brad Crawford profiles Alabama defensive lineman A'Shawn Robinson. (Saturday Down South)
I'm Not Perfect (But I'm Perfect For You).
ESPN's Max Olson declares that Baylor starting quarterback Bryce Petty is in fact, an imperfect QB, and proceeds to exposes Petty's flaws one by one.
Rest assured it will not last. Take a turn for the worst.
John Werner looks at how Baylor is adapting to the idea of being one the elite teams in the Big 12. (The Waco Tribune)
Icing violations: they're not just for hockey anymore.
South Carolina reported seven secondary violations of the Byzantine NCAA rule book for the 2013-2014, including one for "‘impermissible iced decorations’ on cookie cakes given to prospects."In other news, ISIS thinks the NCAA is too obsessed about following draconian rules. (Saturday Down South)
Go Tell the Spartans.
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio discusses the challenges facing the Spartans in the forthcoming 2014 college football season. (Football.com)
Bo knows (Ole Miss) football.
Brad Crawford profiles Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace. (Saturday Down South)
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