For a dead period, there’s sure a lot of stuff going on in the college football world.
- Here’s a rundown of the starting quarterback situation in the SEC. It’s kinda laughable to call Tennessee’s QB situation settled (not that I’m complaining), but overall it’s not a bad summary.
- And here’s a look at Georgia’s quarterback derby.
- While we’re on the subject of quarterbacks: Virginia Tech fans, you’ve had the Vick brothers as starters, yet you’re directing your venom at Sean Glennon? Nice.
- Despite the loss of Tim Tebow, Aaron Hernandez and Riley Cooper, the Florida offense is destined for greater things this season. Right. Who’s gonna pick up those tough third-and-two conversions this year?
- Speaking of the GPOOE™, guess which Super Bowl ad garnered the fewest viewers?
- Turner Gill’s going to get a Christmas card from SDSU’s administration. They can afford the postage now that Chuck Long is gone.
- If you haven’t been paying attention, the G-Day game has been scheduled for April 10th.
- Marc Weiszer makes a good point about Georgia and Alabama being likely to throw a few more elbows at each other now on the recruiting trail. (Don’t forget about Al Groh now, too.)
- “Long story short, 17 players caught balls for UGA last season. Fifteen of them are returning in 2010.” Good stuff.
Also, a housekeeping note – I’ve moved the post with the playoff poll to a permanent page (“Playoff Pulse”) because I think it’s useful to have a spot for people to comment on what they’d like to see in a football postseason and because it’s useful, even in a decidedly non-scientific format, for us to have an idea of what fan sentiment on the subject looks like.