Come and get it…
- Brian Cook puts a dollar figure on Hamilton’s folly: “Every single Tennessee assistant has guaranteed money coming in 2010; even without Orgeron and Monte Kiffin, the money due Tennessee assistants in 2010 comes to around 1.6 million dollars.”
- How soon do you figure the new Pac-10 commish calls Mike Slive to get some advice on how to handle the interplay between Junior and rival coaches?
- Some comments of interest from a former Georgia player regarding personnel and the new 3-4 defense.
- A sensible post mortem on Junior’s year in Knoxville (although I don’t think he was there long enough to judge him as a good coach).
- Why it’s hard for Iowa to schedule Boise State in football.
- The more I think about this suggestion of Arne Duncan, the more I’m impressed with it: “Finally, it’s time to re-empower coaches but at the same time hold them to a higher standard of accountability. I would propose a grand bargain: When a program has a clean record and good outcomes, coaches should have more leeway to increase their contact with players in the offseason…”