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.