Lots of specials from Destin today…
- Mr. Conventional Wisdom’s Q&A with Mike Slive is every bit the exercise in first-rate, hard-nosed journalism you’d expect it to be.
- With all the focus on having to replace both lines, it’s easy to overlook how dire the quarterback situation at Tennessee is.
- Mike Slive is looking for a few good agent rules. Why do amateurs need agents?
- They still wound up debating scheduling yesterday.
- Meet Dyshon Sims, incoming offensive line candidate.
- According to this list, we may be seeing a lot of the Dawgs on CBS this season.
- College football playoff tickets as a form of IPO. As you might expect, the “model also captures revenue for the College Football Playoff that might otherwise go to ticket brokers and resellers.”
- Here’s a little legal discussion about the likelihood of a college football player strike.
- Les Miles claimed it was “unanimous” that the SEC coaches want an early signing date on the first Monday after Thanksgiving. Somebody should have told Steve Spurrier: “I like what we’re doing now…” Slive wasn’t impressed, either.
- Marc Weiszer checked around the ACC and the SEC and found that Georgia’s transfer policy was the most liberal.