Dig in, y’all.
- It’s the little things about SOD’s tenure in Knoxville you appreciate: “The two seasons under Dooley were the first back-to-back losing years in program history in 100 years.”
- That’s a trend his assistant coaches hope gets reversed this year.
- Damn you, FOIA requests!: evidently some Arkansas boosters want to provide the football coach with a private phone.
- Meanwhile everybody at Arkansas – including Bobby Petrino – loves the John L. Smith hire. (If it’s such a great move, why only commit to a ten-month contract?)
- File this under dogs and cats, living together.
- Somebody needs to explain to me why having a spring game against another school interferes with developing players while playing one that’s inter-squad doesn’t.
- An IRS official takes the position that paying college players wouldn’t affect schools’ tax-exempt status.
- Former agent Josh Luchs says most agents lose on their first deal with a client because after the third round of the draft, the commission check will not cover expenses already spent and invested on that prospect, which seems to beg an obvious question.
- In case you’re interested, Matt Hayes thinks Jarvis Jones and Aaron Murray are two of the fifteen best players in the country right now.