What she said. Except for Notre Dame, of course.
is a good one. It comes from Mark Bradley, of all people.
… Urban Meyer is, I believe we can all agree, an outstanding head coach. (His performance in the BCS title game against Ohio State was the single greatest tactical job I’ve ever seen.) In three seasons at Florida, Meyer has lost more road games (five) than Richt has lost in seven seasons at Georgia. [Emphasis added.] Think about that.
OK, I have. That’s pretty damned impressive. Even if Meyer is a better point-and-starer…
You wonder what’s going on in Calvin Johnson’s mind as he works out at Tech this summer with fellow Detroit Lion wide receiver Reggie Ball.
Some minor stuff you might be interested in:
but, at least in David Greene’s case, you can’t take the program out of the player.
Q: The media and fans have lofty expectations for the Bulldogs in 2008. How do you feel about their chances?
A: There is no doubt we got the ability. I think if we stay healthy and bring our “A-game” every week, we got a good chance. The SEC is a tough league, and we got probably got the toughest schedule of anyone this year. We all know though, you can’t predict anything in this league.
The interviewer says “their” and Greene talks in “we’s”. Close your eyes, and he sounds like he’s still quarterbacking the team. Gotta love it – that’s the mark of a damn good Dawg.
Over at ESPN.com, the WWL has hired Chris Low, formerly of The Tennessean, to blog about the SEC. A couple of his recent posts caught my eye.