No fireworks, just nourishment.
- Chip Towers has a Q&A with a thoughtful Chris Conley that’s worth a read.
- Would the new SEC Network make the conference think about providing more Thursday night product? “It’s certainly something that we would look at…”
- Michigan looks to hoover a few more wallets by introducing dynamic pricing for single game tickets.
- A case is made that yards per point has its problems as a measure of efficiency, but it boasts a stronger correlation with winning percentage than the suggested alternative. Maybe it’s just me, but doesn’t that matter more in the end?
- Bruce Feldman lists his national title contenders and finds that, once again, scheduling matters. (“I almost included Georgia in the decent-shot group but feel like the Dawgs have too many key guys to replace on D, especially with such a treacherous first few weeks of the season.”)
- Why do teams give wide receivers those large cushions?
- Georgia Tech Athletic Association finishes the last fiscal year $1.8 million in the hole, losing more than a third of that with trips to the ACCCG and the Sun Bowl. At that rate, they may have to cut promotions back to three tickets, three hot dogs and three Cokes.