Dig in, peeps.
- From his new role as H-Back, Quayvon Hicks vows that this year will be different. “I fell off and it won’t happen again,” the junior said. “I’m going to do what I’ve got to do to make sure I’m on the field all season this coming fall.” I’ll leave it to you to ask the obvious follow-up question.
- Football Study Hall looks at how sack rates affect point production.
- Barrett Sallee argues that SEC teams have a track record of thriving with inexperienced quarterbacks.
- Division III is struggling financially, but is is likely opposed to the easiest way to cut costs, limiting the number of teams in the NCAA championships. Typical.
- Man, it hurts a little reading this. What could have been.
- The NCAA is looking at adding parties other than college presidents and giving them voting rights to its Board of Directors, while reserving an option go into a president-only executive session when desired. Accountability without effect – it’s the NCAA way!
- Another Mark Richt has lost control incident. You think he’ll make a crack about it?
- Dr Pepper spends the money to have its name plastered on the CFP championship trophy.