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Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Tennessee, John Brantley, "Party in the UGA" on Attack of the Show, and

Written by Juan Cena on Saturday, August 07 2010 and posted in SWRT
(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC and ACC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)    
 
 Tennessee being investigated by the NCAA?  All signs point to the NCAA looking into Lane Kiffin's shenanigans at Tennessee, about six months or so after the rat left the ship. As usual. (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

Tennessee, meet Miami. The NCAA is also investigating whether “impermissible text messages and telephone calls to prospective student-athletes.” violates NCAA regulations. Sadly, The "U" can't blame any ex-coaches on this one. (Yahoo! Sports)

More bad news for the Vols. Or at least Vols with any fashion sense. Tennessee's sense of style is about to take a turn for the worst.  Loud Mouth Golf,  notorious for outfitting  the Norwegian Olympic curling men's team and sponsoring  John Daly, will be creating golf wear for the Vols.  According to Daly, the company will be making “check-pants, shorts, shirts and skorts.” Didn't Tennessee suffer enough with Lane Kiffin? (Larry Brown Sports)

John Brantley needs a nickname. Tim Tebow's successor as Florida QB needs a nickname, says Alligator Army.  Shouldn't Brantley actually accomplish something on the field first? (Alligator Alley)

"Party in the UGA" on Attack of the Show?" "Party in the UGA" on Attack of the Show." Click here to watch. I'd post it here if it didn't have a segment where a word you wouldn't say in front of Mama was repeated over and over again. Or if Olivia Munn was involved (which she wasn't, dangit!) (From the Rumble Seat)


At least Dawg fans can take the joke, and run with it. Dawg Sports  revealed other SEC school's orientation videos. Here's the best one:

"Ole Miss won't be doing an orientation video this year. Right after Jeremiah Masoli transferred in the laptop with the script and music mix on it disappeared."

(Dawg Sports)

Things worse than Vanderbilt football. Anchor of Gold's "Schadenfreude Fridays" goes back 1980's New Jersey and Action Park, which "closed down in 1996 after only six deaths, hundreds of thousands of injuries, and millions of amazing stories." (Anchor of Gold)


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(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC and ACC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)    
 
 Tennessee being investigated by the NCAA?  All signs point to the NCAA looking into Lane Kiffin's shenanigans at Tennessee, about six months or so after the rat left the ship. As usual. (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

Tennessee, meet Miami. The NCAA is also investigating whether “impermissible text messages and telephone calls to prospective student-athletes.” violates NCAA regulations. Sadly, The "U" can't blame any ex-coaches on this one. (Yahoo! Sports)

More bad news for the Vols. Or at least Vols with any fashion sense. Tennessee's sense of style is about to take a turn for the worst.  Loud Mouth Golf,  notorious for outfitting  the Norwegian Olympic curling men's team and sponsoring  John Daly, will be creating golf wear for the Vols.  According to Daly, the company will be making “check-pants, shorts, shirts and skorts.” Didn't Tennessee suffer enough with Lane Kiffin? (Larry Brown Sports)

John Brantley needs a nickname. Tim Tebow's successor as Florida QB needs a nickname, says Alligator Army.  Shouldn't Brantley actually accomplish something on the field first? (Alligator Alley)

"Party in the UGA" on Attack of the Show?" "Party in the UGA" on Attack of the Show." Click here to watch. I'd post it here if it didn't have a segment where a word you wouldn't say in front of Mama was repeated over and over again. Or if Olivia Munn was involved (which she wasn't, dangit!) (From the Rumble Seat)


At least Dawg fans can take the joke, and run with it. Dawg Sports  revealed other SEC school's orientation videos. Here's the best one:

"Ole Miss won't be doing an orientation video this year. Right after Jeremiah Masoli transferred in the laptop with the script and music mix on it disappeared."

(Dawg Sports)

Things worse than Vanderbilt football. Anchor of Gold's "Schadenfreude Fridays" goes back 1980's New Jersey and Action Park, which "closed down in 1996 after only six deaths, hundreds of thousands of injuries, and millions of amazing stories." (Anchor of Gold)


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