Wednesday morning buffet

It’s raining outside.  You don’t have anything better to do right now, do you?

  • Also from last night’s talk in Augusta“Richt said coaching staff is “thrilled” to see what incoming freshman John Theus will do at offensive tackle. He said he has a chance to play and even start.”  Anyone who watched the G-Day game wouldn’t be surprised to hear that.
  • Seth Emerson takes a stab at a post-spring defensive depth chart.  For a team with so many returning starters, there sure seems to be a lot up in the air.
  • At Auburn, they’re talking about getting an “NFL mentality”.
  • Missouri’s offensive line coach came from LSU.  His opinion about the difference in conferences:  “You’ll see as good top-end players in the Big 12,” Henson said. “The biggest difference [in the SEC] is probably the week-to-week depth.”
  • Speaking of that change, this is embarrassing.
  • As an immature freshman last season, Isaiah Crowell still managed to become the SEC’s freshman of the year.  He ranked sixth in the conference in rushing.  So if he’s grown up this year, it sounds to me like we ought to be pretty excited about what he can do in 2012.
  • Shakin the Southland compares Clemson to some other schools (including Georgia) over the results of the last recruiting cycle.
  • Looking at Tennessee’s skill position players, I’d be throwing the ball around a lot more than running it, too.
  • Oh, and in case you care, Jessica Dorrell is no longer employed by the University of Arkansas.


Filed under Arkansas Is Kind Of A Big Deal, Auburn's Cast of Thousands, Because Nothing Sucks Like A Big Orange, Big 12 Football, Georgia Football, Recruiting, SEC Football

17 responses to “Wednesday morning buffet

  1. WaterlooDawg

    At Auburn, they’re talking about getting an “NFL mentality”.

    Does this mean they will have a minimum starting salary?


  2. Go Dawgs!

    Uh-oh. Auburn’s getting an NFL mentality? Looks like they’re bringing back the payroll!


  3. DawgBiscuit

    I read somewhere that Arkansas couldn’t buy Ms. Dorrell a first class ticket out of town because she only rides coach.


  4. I didn’t think they ever lost the NFL mentality. They only lost Bobby Lowder’s stash.


  5. Alphadawg

    Our depth in the secondary is scary.


  6. Cojones

    Seth has Sterling Bailey “in the mix” at DE. Won’t his injury cost him a few games into next year?

    Auburn’s “NFL mentality” is for recruiting. Didn’t see a RB mentioned and the quotes from Chizik about Frasier as QB are baloney. He’s uncovered now with a 7 for 9 passing. You can’t keep talking him down, Chiz.

    Mizzou’s OL Coach didn’t mention speed in comparison to SEC, just depth. Wonder why?

    Oh Boy! The Aggies just keep coming back for joke setups.Placing NC on and omitting Tex and Miz from the T-Shirt has to be embarrassing after begging UGA for a coach. Funny! And the tradition goes on. Bet Reveille took a healthy crap when he saw the T-Shirt


    • Gravidy

      According to Richt’s comments from last night, Bailey is still recovering from a foot injury, but he and the rest of the team will be healthy for the start of fall practice – barring more injuries, of course.


    • AusDawg85

      “She”…Reveille is always a “she”. #17 of the 6,238 annoying facts/traditions at Aggieland.


  7. D.N. Nation

    It’s OK, everyone. Texas A&M has given that t-shirt a second try.


  8. Mike

    We know what the young lady from is, now we know her price


  9. W Cobb Dawg

    Just a little surprised by Emerson’s projected starters. I can understand C.Wash moving to DE, but I don’t see him being ahead of Garrison Smith. Smith has been productive in limited action. Not sure Vasser will end up starting at OLB. I don’t have any problems with Herrera and Swann standing in for Ogletree and Commings. Those 2 sophs can play ball.