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Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Ole Miss, Miss. St., Saban

What are the SEC's referees doing this summer? Refereeing World Cup matches, apparently. 

Does Mike Bianchi have a heart? Mike Bianchi wants the SEC to dump Ole Miss and Mississippi State. Maybe the Mississippi hate is too soon after the Oil Spill. I seriously don't have the heart to make any. (Orlando Sentinel, via Arkansas Expats)

And while Bianchi's at it, he suggests Florida erect a statue to a bail bondsman instead of Tim Tebow. (Orlando Sentinel)

 And speaking of Old Miss, It's Ole Miss week at Team Speed Kills. (Team Speed Kills)

Why did Arkansas decide to stay in the SEC, and not bolt for Big 12? Some interesting speculation here.

"I can only assume they had to do this to keep Bobby Petrino from looking for another job. You know, he's always wanted to coach in the SEC, and if the Hogs left for another conference, Petrino would have to start angling for the LSU job or something."

(Bulldogs Blog)


Does the downsized Big 12 mean bad news for the ACC's BCS hopes? A debate from the BC Interruption guys. (BC Interruption)

Nick Saban tours Gulf Coast area affected by Oil Spill. Saban has a very good quote about what really matters down there:

“I think several things are important,” he said. “First, there are the 11 oil rig workers who lost their lives. That’s the most important. Next, there are thousands of people whose lives will be affected in ways they don’t even know yet. These are people who have worked there all their lives and they don’t know what the future will be. Then there is the environmental impact of it all.”

(Tuscaloosanews.com, via Team Speed Kills)
List of the Day. "Five College Football Teams That Won't Be As Good As Advertised In 2010". If you're a fan of Alabama, Arkansas, UGA, Georgia Tech, or Oklahoma, you might be out of luck this upcoming season. (Dawg Sports)



List of the Day, Part Deux. "The Best Coaching Jobs in the SEC." Florida comes out on top, not surprisingly. (Track 'Em Tigers)


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What are the SEC's referees doing this summer? Refereeing World Cup matches, apparently. 

Does Mike Bianchi have a heart? Mike Bianchi wants the SEC to dump Ole Miss and Mississippi State. Maybe the Mississippi hate is too soon after the Oil Spill. I seriously don't have the heart to make any. (Orlando Sentinel, via Arkansas Expats)

And while Bianchi's at it, he suggests Florida erect a statue to a bail bondsman instead of Tim Tebow. (Orlando Sentinel)

 And speaking of Old Miss, It's Ole Miss week at Team Speed Kills. (Team Speed Kills)

Why did Arkansas decide to stay in the SEC, and not bolt for Big 12? Some interesting speculation here.

"I can only assume they had to do this to keep Bobby Petrino from looking for another job. You know, he's always wanted to coach in the SEC, and if the Hogs left for another conference, Petrino would have to start angling for the LSU job or something."

(Bulldogs Blog)


Does the downsized Big 12 mean bad news for the ACC's BCS hopes? A debate from the BC Interruption guys. (BC Interruption)

Nick Saban tours Gulf Coast area affected by Oil Spill. Saban has a very good quote about what really matters down there:

“I think several things are important,” he said. “First, there are the 11 oil rig workers who lost their lives. That’s the most important. Next, there are thousands of people whose lives will be affected in ways they don’t even know yet. These are people who have worked there all their lives and they don’t know what the future will be. Then there is the environmental impact of it all.”

(Tuscaloosanews.com, via Team Speed Kills)
List of the Day. "Five College Football Teams That Won't Be As Good As Advertised In 2010". If you're a fan of Alabama, Arkansas, UGA, Georgia Tech, or Oklahoma, you might be out of luck this upcoming season. (Dawg Sports)



List of the Day, Part Deux. "The Best Coaching Jobs in the SEC." Florida comes out on top, not surprisingly. (Track 'Em Tigers)



Posted originally: 2010-06-21 14:29:00
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