Grab a plate and get after it, folks.
- I don’t know what amused me more about this New York Times piece on the spread of the spread in the SEC – Ray Glier’s ridiculously broad definition of the spread offense, or Pat Dye’s admission that the spread is man enough for the SEC after all.
- Mark Richt and the Dawgs get some grudging respect over at Barking Carnival.
- If God has a sense of humor, this will turn into a quarterback controversy.
- I’ll be the first one to concede that the typical Stewart Mandel article is a target-rich environment, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy Elkon’s latest Mandel takedown immensely.
- Okie State opened its preseason practice, if you’re interested.
- The one person on the Tennessee staff who has a worse track record as a head coach than Junior is the guy about whom he says, “… this is somebody who can run our program exactly the way we need it run to be a national championship team…” That Red Bull is potent stuff.
- If you want Georgia weight room numbers, David Hale’s your man.
- Brian Cook looks at some numbers comparing the take in the Big Ten to that in the SEC. Like Brian, I’m not sure how accurate the comparison truly is, but I think it’s safe to say that neither conference is missing any meals right now.