Yes, there’s a Kiffin treat in one of the chafing dishes.
- Ed Gunther takes a look at the bowls and how their TV ratings have stood up over the years.
- Most of you won’t like to hear this, but a significant majority of D-1 coaches prefer the BCS to playoffs.
- Vince Dooley, being honored as the Bryant Lifetime Achievement Recipient, reflects on the past and Lane Kiffin.
- It looks like the practice of lobbyists offering free tickets to college sporting events is becoming a political football (pun intended).
- The coaching staff needs to do a better job keeping track of cell phone calls.
- Andrew Zimbalist has three suggestions – all unpopular – for fixing what ails collegiate athletics, at least financially speaking. Kinda sad that none of them involve the student-athletes, though.
- How can you not love SEC football? Junior may be gone, but the Lane Kiffin Rule lives on. You’ve got to admit this is a pretty funny parting shot:
Before leaving Knoxville, Kiffin was asked by a Rivals.com reporter if he would miss needling Meyer. He responded, “No, it’s good. Now I can do it and not get fined for it.”