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Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Damon Evans, Alabama, Orange Bowl predictions (already?) and more

Written by Juan Cena on Friday, July 02 2010 and posted in SWRT
(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC and ACC news) 

The image on the left is The Hermitage, the plantation home of American President Andrew Jackson. Located just outside of Nashville, it's a definite place to visit before you die. It's an absolute awesome experience.

  UGA AD Damon Evans is sorry for his DUI arrest.  But at least he still has a job, for now, (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Damon Evans was set up. It's was all a conspiracy plotted by Georgia Tech. Quick, call George Noory. (Bubba 'n Earl Sittin' on the 50, via Leather Helmet Blog) (Yes, I think they're kidding.)

Must SEC TV. Alabama's game against spanking new Georgia State has been moved up to Thursday, November 18. Which probably means it will be in prime time on ESPN or the SEC Network. The Million Dollar Band should come up with a special CSI-themed halftime show, complete with all those songs by The Who used in all of the CSI show's opening credits. It would have to be better than The Who's Super Bowl halftime show. (Roll 'Bama Roll)

Turkey al la Orange? USA Today's Andy Gardiner Predicts that the 2011 Orange Bowl will feature Virginia Tech facing Pitt. His psychic friends remote viewers him so. (USA Today, Gobbler Country)

The Christian Ponder for Heisman campaign is a waste of money. This coming from a North Carolina Tar Heel blog. Not that any Tar Heels are going to be up for a Heisman anytime soon. (Carolina March)

Georgia Tech's "10 Worst Losses of of the 2000's."  Actually there are twelve losses mentioned, because apparently The Bees'  math skills are as bad as the Big 12's are. And they're supposed to be the smart school in Georgia.  But at least they put it all in one list instead of dragging it out like other blogs have.  (From the Rumble Seat)

Alabama plans to forfeit 2009 victory against LSU. In your dreams, Bayou Bengals. (And the Valley Shook)


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(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC and ACC news) 

The image on the left is The Hermitage, the plantation home of American President Andrew Jackson. Located just outside of Nashville, it's a definite place to visit before you die. It's an absolute awesome experience.

  UGA AD Damon Evans is sorry for his DUI arrest.  But at least he still has a job, for now, (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Damon Evans was set up. It's was all a conspiracy plotted by Georgia Tech. Quick, call George Noory. (Bubba 'n Earl Sittin' on the 50, via Leather Helmet Blog) (Yes, I think they're kidding.)

Must SEC TV. Alabama's game against spanking new Georgia State has been moved up to Thursday, November 18. Which probably means it will be in prime time on ESPN or the SEC Network. The Million Dollar Band should come up with a special CSI-themed halftime show, complete with all those songs by The Who used in all of the CSI show's opening credits. It would have to be better than The Who's Super Bowl halftime show. (Roll 'Bama Roll)

Turkey al la Orange? USA Today's Andy Gardiner Predicts that the 2011 Orange Bowl will feature Virginia Tech facing Pitt. His psychic friends remote viewers him so. (USA Today, Gobbler Country)

The Christian Ponder for Heisman campaign is a waste of money. This coming from a North Carolina Tar Heel blog. Not that any Tar Heels are going to be up for a Heisman anytime soon. (Carolina March)

Georgia Tech's "10 Worst Losses of of the 2000's."  Actually there are twelve losses mentioned, because apparently The Bees'  math skills are as bad as the Big 12's are. And they're supposed to be the smart school in Georgia.  But at least they put it all in one list instead of dragging it out like other blogs have.  (From the Rumble Seat)

Alabama plans to forfeit 2009 victory against LSU. In your dreams, Bayou Bengals. (And the Valley Shook)



Posted originally: 2010-07-02 11:11:00
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