I’m trying, I’m trying.
- David Hale relates the story of Brandon Bogotay. It’s been a fast rise.
- We tend to believe that the soft OOC schedules we see for the majority of SEC teams are justified because of how tough the conference is. How do you like that argument when it’s applied to the Big XII?
- If you’re Damon Evans, it’s got to be a little troubling to see that football accounted for nearly 80% of all athletic department revenues in the last fiscal year. Of course, since the football program finished second in the country in revenue, the news could be a lot worse.
- If you’re looking for a basic explanation of the differences between the wildcat formation and the spread, particularly from a NFL perspective, here you go.
- Speaking of strategery, here’s what Gus Malzahn has to say about the SEC: “It’s probably one of the last conferences to have a little bit of an open mind as far as doing different things on offense.” Still? Really? Wasn’t Malzahn on the staff at Arky when the Wildhog was unleashed? Even HP would agree that more than half the teams in the conference run something other than a traditional pro set the majority of the time now.
- Vacating wins at ‘Bama has opened up an entirely new line of attack, it appears.
- It looks like we’re going to test the theory that there’s no such thing as wretched excess when it comes to Georgia gameday radio broadcasts: “Including the game broadcast and a postgame show of about two hours and 15 minutes, the broadcast programming window would grow to at least nine hours…” Whew!
- Dennis Dodd reports that the BCS commissioners are about to tell the Mountain West to take a hike, son, with regard to its postseason proposal. In response, the MWC will keep everyone on the edge of their seats about whether it will sign the new contract with ESPN. “We will have a decision to make as to whether we will sign the agreement for the next four years or not sign it.” Yeah, sure you’re not going to sign, guys.