And it’s not being delayed by NCAA investigators, either.
- Seth Emerson ranks Georgia’s schedule in order of importance. Auburn is too low. In fact, if Georgia somehow manages to win #1, Auburn would belong at #2 on the list.
- Phil Fulmer’s counsel for Mark Richt: “Keep winning, brother,” Fulmer said. “That’s the best advice I can give.”
- Bullshit detectors on, Captain: “Former USC athletic director Mike Garrett eventually wrote a letter to the other schools apologizing for Baxter’s claims. But sources said that was done primarily to bury the controversy.” Yeah, sure. After all, Junior “… also did not deny Baxter’s claims.” That settles it for me. [UPDATE: ESPN says it was all made up.]
- The emergence of Marlon Brown continues: “In a three-receiver set, Marlon Brown is likely the next wideout on the field.”
- When you have the worst returning offense in the SEC, losing your best offensive player to injury isn’t a positive development. Let’s hope it’s nothing serious.
- I guess this is meant as a rhetorical question.
- If you take trends seriously (and I tend to), Paul Myerberg offers a decent rebuttal to the argument that Georgia Tech is likely to decline in 2010 due to the player losses it suffered.