Look at this as a little pre-Thanksgiving football tapas.
- Yeah, this’ll work.
- The genius still can’t bring himself to say that the Georgia game is a big deal for him.
- Polished football played in the South Carolina-South Alabama game: During a sequence of 19 snaps in the second quarter, the teams lost six turnovers – four interceptions and two fumbles.
- Two things about the estimated payouts from the College Football Playoff and the bowl game revenue sharing system in each conference: one, as the Big 12 shows, it pays to have less schools to cut the pie for, and, two, the SEC likes to reward its top teams more than other conferences do.
- Yelling will make Vanderbilt a better football team? Maybe they need to hire Bobby Knight.
- Sonny Dykes lays out his theory of the evolution of the spread offense, which boils down to passing teams want to run more and running teams want to pass more.
- And while we’re on the topic of evolution, here’s a look at how Hutson Mason’s season has evolved.
- A new SEC tradition – the first edition of the corporate-sponsored “Battle Line Rivalry”. Oy.
- If you want to read about a real SEC tradition, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the term “Iron Bowl”. (And don’t miss the photo of Joe Namath celebrating the win afterwards.)