Daily Archives: May 31, 2010

Memorial Day buffet

Don’t forget to take a moment to remember those who’ve sacrificed everything they had in the name of our country.

  • From the department of wishful thinking“The Big 12’s contract with FOX is up for re-negatiation (sic) and if the league can also renegotiate its arrangement with ESPN-ABC, it could have a situation at least equal to what the SEC has.” Sure it can.
  • From the same department“But the NCAA apparently misjudged the value of a 96-team event before it accepted formal bids from the networks.” Jim Delany smirks.
  • The next big thing at Georgia Tech.
  • Gee, I wonder what the 800-pound gorilla in the room will be this week at the SEC spring meetings.
  • Now we know what Lew Perkins needs that big salary for.  (h/t The Wiz of Odds)
  • Forget about the school – this is a pretty cool online application.  (h/t Oversigning.com)
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Living up to the hype: a Memorial Day GTP poll

We haven’t had a poll in a while, so with Heisman Pundit’s anointment of Cameron Newton as a “possible dark horse candidate” for this season’s Trophy, I thought it might be worth asking which one of three candidates in your opinion has the best chance of living up to his/its preseason hype in this year’s SEC.

Step up and make your pick.

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