Today’s tastes like Gator, I guess.
- Here’s a pessimistic look at the quality of this year’s SEC quarterbacks.
- Here’s news about an interesting class action suit filed by junior college football players against the NCAA over its transfer rules.
- Meet Will Muschamp, micromanager: “Muschamp said deciding whether his players should eat green beans or English peas at the training table even became an issue.”
- Somehow, you just knew somebody would eventually play the race card over the recruiting services controversy.
- Which makes Mike Riley sound even more grounded. But let’s see if he feels the same way 10 years down the road if the 7 on 7 stuff has become to college football what AAU ball has become to college basketball.
- Is it a 4-3 or a 3-4 that Florida is installing on defense this year? Only the Gators’ defensive coordinator knows for sure. But it sure sounds complicated: “To help incorporate both styles, Quinn said he will cross-train his linebackers and defensive ends and will have his defensive tackles cross-train at nose tackle.”
- And Spencer Hall sets a low bar for Florida’s other coordinator: “Charlie Weis is not Steve Addazio. Remember this, even when it grows dark and circumstances grow stupid.” Hey, that can work. I told myself something similar when Richt hired Todd Grantham.
- The academic side of Finebaum (I can’t believe I just typed that) isn’t very different from the radio side.