Plenty to sample…
- Here’s a shocker: “But as the College Football Playoff’s selection committee wrapped up two days of meetings at the Gaylord Texan on Thursday, it’s clear that objectivity is a sticking point as the college football season draws closer.”
- Patrick Garbin tells us that over the last two decades, experience has nothing to do with the performance of Georgia’s offensive lines. I think that’s supposed to relieve us.
- For some reason, Vanderbilt has decided to move its home game against Ole Miss to the Titans’ stadium, which seats 68,798. That seems like an invitation for OM fans to come fill the place up.
- This doesn’t sound good: “The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has opened an investigation of Florida State University into whether its handling of the Jameis Winston rape allegations violated Title IX laws…”
- How would you like it if Finebaum hosted a live show from Sanford Stadium?
- Texas paid $266,990 to a search firm to help find Charlie Strong. I bet most of us would have offered to do the job for a tenth of that.
- Here’s a look at how much of a role conversion rates and big play potential on both offense and defense as well as field position played in determining the last ten BCS champs.
- Marc Weiszer takes stock of how Georgia’s new focus on special teams is going.
- Tramel Terry, on life as a new defensive back: “Each day it’s getting better and better. I’m just trying to get all the little terms and get them out on the field instead of thinking so much. Other than that I’m fine. I’ve just got to work hard in the summer time and get my feet right. I feel like I’ll be fine and be ready to play this year.”