Friday morning buffet

Grab a plate and get after it, folks.

  • I don’t know what amused me more about this New York Times piece on the spread of the spread in the SEC – Ray Glier’s ridiculously broad definition of the spread offense, or Pat Dye’s admission that the spread is man enough for the SEC after all.
  • Mark Richt and the Dawgs get some grudging respect over at Barking Carnival.
  • If God has a sense of humor, this will turn into a quarterback controversy.
  • I’ll be the first one to concede that the typical Stewart Mandel article is a target-rich environment, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy Elkon’s latest Mandel takedown immensely.
  • Okie State opened its preseason practice, if you’re interested.
  • The one person on the Tennessee staff who has a worse track record as a head coach than Junior is the guy about whom he says, “… this is somebody who can run our program exactly the way we need it run to be a national championship team…” That Red Bull is potent stuff.
  • If you want Georgia weight room numbers, David Hale’s your man.
  • Brian Cook looks at some numbers comparing the take in the Big Ten to that in the SEC.  Like Brian, I’m not sure how accurate the comparison truly is, but I think it’s safe to say that neither conference is missing any meals right now.
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2 responses to “Friday morning buffet

  1. 69Dawg

    I love those Big 10 aholes. He had to bring up the War of Northern Aggression but they claim we can’t let it go. The Big 10 has great big slow lineman for playing in snow, a bowl game in December in New York would be heaven for them.

  2. You know, Orgeron may be all the article says he is. But then again, he’s stuck to li’l kiffy so something’s rotten in the state of Denver.