A little later in the day, but just as tasty.
- John Pennington argues that the SEC Network may actually work against national exposure for the conference’s schools at first. I understand the point he’s trying to make, but I think he forgets that SEC schools have benefited from national exposure on CBS for many years now.
- Here’s a nice Xs-and-Os preview of the Clemson-Georgia game. The author thinks it’ll be “all about Clemson’s ferocious defensive line vs. Georgia’s all-world backfield.” Agree or disagree?
- Phil Steele has nine sets of power ratings he uses to evaluate teams. One of those sets has Georgia going undefeated; another four call for an 11-1 season.
- College football players want NCAA Football 15 back.
- Bobby Petrino compares the ACC Atlantic to the SEC West. I guess that’s his way of telling Louisville fans not to expect any division titles.
- Jimbo Fisher said Jameis Winston was not subject to more discipline for shoplifting seafood at a supermarket in April, because, as he was punished by the baseball coach, double jeopardy attached (“… you don’t punish a guy twice for the same crime.”). Kinda like a Law and Order episode minus the Lennie Briscoe quip.
- Be still, mine heart.