Rise and shine, campers.
- Looking to learn a little about Georgia’s first SEC opponent this coming season? Seth Emerson gets some answers out of a Missouri beat writer for you.
- Speaking of Missouri, Gary Pinkel is a little bit of a dreamer.
- No doubt you’ll be surprised to learn that no progress was made yesterday on the SEC scheduling front.
- You know, this might work: “Greg McGarity suggested last week on Barnhart and Durham on WQXI 790 The Zone in Atlanta that the conference could play six divisional games, one permanent cross-division game and then rotate single cross-division games on a six-year cycle.” It has the virtue of saving the big rivalry games. As for the rest, TV would be fine with it, even if it’s not any better for the fans attending games.
- Alamo Bowl official thinks there’s nothing wrong with bowl ratings that the calendar and avoiding a rematch in the title game can’t fix.
- What is it with Texas Tech head coaches and lawsuits?
- Given that Obama has reiterated his support for a college football playoff, I guess we can expect the Republican party to come out strongly against it any minute now.
- Here’s a little something I bet you didn’t know about the Butler family: “Dad was called ‘Butthead,’ ” the younger Butler said, with obvious pride. “Everybody just calls me ‘Butt.’ I don’t know what the deal is with that. But it’s just Butt for me.” Beavis was already taken, I suppose.