There’s always something to fill the ol’ chafing dishes.
- As expected, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors ratified the adoption of a measure that will allow athletes in all sports to transfer once without sitting a season. The gold rush is officially on!
- Last night, the Florida legislature passed a bill delaying the start date of its NIL law by one year.
- The SEC announced the coaches’ appearance schedule for this year’s edition of Media Days.
- Does the news that Bank of America Stadium is changing its field from grass to artificial turf in time for Georgia’s opener make anyone the least bit nervous?
- This is what a house cleaning looks like.
- Danny White wants a full Neyland Stadium sooner rather than later: “For our fan base, we’re asking for everyone to consider getting vaccinated.” One slight problem with that — “… the state of Tennessee is fifth nationally as far as the fewest percentage of residents to receive at least one vaccine dose. The Volunteer State, according to the same survey, also has the fifth-highest percentage of residents who are still uncertain whether they will get vaccinated.”
- Dennis Dodd itemizes all the potential road blocks an expanded college football playoff would face. To which I can only retort, “but all that money!”.
- Apparently this was said with a straight face: “LSU interim President Tom Galligan said Friday night that administrators were looking for some additional way to discipline Ausberry that would be meaningful to him and decided on not allowing him to attend football games for the upcoming season.”