Trying to get the week started on the right foot:
- Is it just me, or is this whole should-they-put-Michigan-and-Ohio State-in the same-division debate similar to the Florida State/Miami alignment issue the ACC struggled with when it went to division play? That’s worked out well.
- Here’s a look at some of the key SEC position battles going on now.
- It sounds like Emmanuel Moody has had his fill of running quarterbacks.
- Compare Cameron Newton to Vince Young? Gene Chizik doesn’t go there (to his credit).
- You want to know about the quarterback-center exchange? Mark Richt’s your guy. (h/t Leather Helmet Blog)
- Recipe for a long year in Knoxville: “When you’re operating at 72 scholarships … we’ve got 15 guys missing on the team who could be sophomores and juniors…” Better hope nobody gets hurt.
- It’s amusing to see the consequences of the Tuberville regime slowly dawning on the Texas Tech faithful: “Maybe the big surprise is that the offense has been “tweaked” enough that it favors the more refined Potts to hand the ball off to a stellar group of running backs and run the play-action pass more than Red Raider fans –and opposing teams — were led to believe.” ‘Ya think?
- Speaking of Tuberville, I noticed this over the weekend on CBS’ college preview show – the man’s forehead is ginormous.
- No grading on the curve in this review of Florida’s position groups. I’m by no means a Gator fan, but some of those marks strike me as being on the low side (the Gator secondary no better than “B” and “B-“?).