A little of this, a little of that and pretty soon you’ve got a full buffet.
- Kirby puts the brakes on the “Deangelo Gibbs is back” talk.
- If you’re interested, there’s already a lot of movement on some of the early lines for the first week of college football.
- Florida and TAMU are sponsoring what is sure to be called the Freeze Rule.
- Here’s a look at the number of quarterback pressures generated by SEC defenses last season. You’ll be shocked, shocked to learn that Alabama led the conference.
- It sounds like Todd McNair’s attorneys outsmarted themselves. No doubt the NCAA will take a win any way it can get one, though.
- Is it just me, or does it seem like those endless preseason watch lists come out earlier and earlier?
- Wait a minute — it is a “possibility” that Stetson Bennett could earn a scholarship if he stays with the program? Thought this kid was a dead lock, SEC-ready beast. Kirby’s sales pitch: “I certainly respect what he has done this far for the University of Georgia and he’s a really good student as well. We’re selling him on the University of Georgia education.” Not seeing a lot of playing time in there, but then I’m not as good at reading between the lines as some of you guys are.
- Florida won the SEC All-Sports Award for a 12th consecutive year and for the 26th time in 27 years. Georgia, by virtue of having the best showing in women’s sports, finished second.