A few reheated items to get your week started –
- Another the-NFL-doesn’t-like-what-the-spread-offense-does-to-draft-preparation story, with a wrinkle: hey, at least they’re seeing defensive backs with experience against the pass now!
- asshole.com. Seriously, a FireCoachMeyer.com website?
- I bet that new South Carolina QB coach G. A. Mangus is the first person in a long time who thinks that working with Stephen Garcia is “neat”.
- This story doesn’t surprise me in the least. At least Hornsby’s victimizing the living now. And that the program “plans on honoring the scholarship” ought to give you some idea of how thin the Ole Miss secondary is these days.
- I’m not sure how big a deal the Alabama textbook scandal is at this point in time, but one thing I’m pretty sure about is that stonewalling generally causes more problems than the original matter did.
- This is what Phil Fulmer does when he’s got time on his hands.
- Lavell Edwards is one of the most influential offensive minds in football history. Trojan Football Analysis has posted a speech he gave on the development of the BYU passing game that’s full of concepts used today throughout all levels of the game. A very interesting read if you’re into that kind of stuff…