There’s always something tasty in the world of college football.
- Paul Myerberg notes that there may be one weekend that proves to be the exception to the adage that you don’t plan a wedding in the South on a fall weekend: “… Nov. 17, when the [SEC] will feature more than twice as many games against F.C.S. competition, seven, as it does actual conference games, three.”
- For those who thought Tommy Tuberville would be a step up from Mike Leach in the recruiting department, it turns out that Texas Tech brought in seven JUCO early enrollees with its most recent class.
- Something to keep an eye on, playoff fans: pay options begin to creep back into viewing March Madness.
- And Texas asks for patience with the Longhorn Network.
- Sally Jenkins’ Captain Queeg analogy for Randy Edsall is pretty awesome. (Although I wish she could have worked the strawberries in there, somehow.)
- Will Dorial Green-Beckham be a bigger challenge for Georgia now?
- This comes as absolutely no surprise to me: “When he secured a coveted spot on an all-star game roster reportedly assembled by “the (2006) U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Team made up of Tom Lemming of CSTV and representatives of Scout.com“, Adam James had no Division I scholarship offers and 14 receptions in 10 games as a tight end playing in the state’s second-lowest (2A) Texas high school football classification.”