There’s a wee Irish tinge to the offerings today.
- The Dawgs enjoyed a good bit of success running out of four-wide sets against Missouri. (In fact, I think the TD pass to King came out of a five-wide, empty backfield set.) Will the offensive line be strong enough for Georgia to keep on doing that?
- If you believe that the biggest difference between the SEC and the rest of college football is the quality of the defensive linemen, then this story will make complete sense to you.
- Mars needs women, but colleges need men. Football, testosterone and Stanford.
- Tyler Wilson looks like he may be ready to show up for Alabama. The question is whether his offensive line will do the same.
- Mark Richt has lost control of LSU’s academics.
- Notre Dame’s move to the ACC – and the news that it will schedule five games a year with that conference’s members – means it’s got some scrambling to do on the scheduling front.
- Jim Delany whistles in the dark about the move, even though it’s likely to impact teams in his conference fairly significantly. (And even though Delany wanted the Irish for the Big Ten.)
- And Ivan Maisel thinks the move signals the death knell of Notre Dame’s independence.
- ACC votes to bump exit fee to a whopping $50 million immediately; FSU voices displeasure after voting against the change.