Tasty, if not nourishing…
- The GPOOE™’s new position coach says he’s a rock star. Sounds like a bee-you-tee-ful friendship.
- I went on spring break, and all I got was this lousy playbook.
- David Hale’s got a nice post up about “The Georgia Way” – how the Dawgs begin preparing their incoming recruits for the program.
- Speaking of prepping, it looks like Georgia’s not the only program claiming that its players are taking things to a new level of intensity this spring.
- Over at Team Speed Kills, Year2 makes a convincing case that Steve Spurrier is just another head coach now.
- Maybe it was a disappointing year for Georgia football, but at least I’m not asking this musical question.
- Today’s most creative argument for why college football needs a playoff award goes to Ken Goe of The Oregonian: SEC fans care about their football teams more than Pac-10 fans do, which means that Pac-10 schools get placed in lousier bowls. And that inequity can only be fixed by – you guessed it – a playoff involving at least 20 schools.
- And Chris Brown weighs in on what, if anything, Matt Stafford’s high score on the Wonderlic means (answer – probably not much). Honestly, though, just check it out for the killer lede.