- Kenarious Gates has lost weight because he wants to be your starting left tackle.
- Bill Connelly: “… if you can avoid going three-and-out more than twice in a given game, you have a good to very good chance of winning no matter what else happens.”
- Shakin’ the Southland breaks down something I looked at recently – evaluating hurry-up offenses by plays per minute.
- Andy Staples gets to the bottom of one of the strangest parts of the new targeting rules – that the 15-yard penalty will be enforced even if the call is reversed by the replay official – with this incredible explanation: “What’s going to happen if we don’t do that is officials are going to stop calling it,” Anderson said. “Then it’s going to continue to occur. We won’t get it out of the game.” So, essentially, your team could be losing 15 critical yards so a guy in stripes doesn’t get his feelings hurt.
- It turns out Big Game Bob’s “our conference’s bottom is better than the SEC’s, so there” argument doesn’t hold water under closer analysis.
- David Paschall looks at Georgia’s quarterback succession under Richt.
- Statistically speaking, how random a game is football?