Rise and shine, campers.
- Jordan Jenkins remembers his last trip to Vanderbilt: “I remember walking out and they were talking trash. Old Men were talking trash at us and cursing us out,” Jenkins said. “Then when we lost they were singing, ‘look at the scoreboard, look at the scoreboard,” (and clapping). I love all the animosity. That’s why you play SEC football.”
- Malcolm Mitchell and Nick Chubb admired Braxton Miller’s spin move.
- Bill Connelly searches for a better way to evaluate returning experience.
- Finally there’s a piece on the sideline play cards I saw Saturday. I’m not sure this is supposed to be their purpose, though: “I like the Chik-fil-a card,” Blazevich said. “You look over and think, wow I’m a little hungry.”
- The AP may have dropped the Dawgs a spot after their big win over ULM, but they moved up in Connelly’s S&P+ Ratings.
- Here’s a nice piece on the perspective of starting another college football season. (I don’t think he’s going to get his wishbone hope granted, though.)
- Derek Mason isn’t going to worry about Greyson Lambert until Vandy gets a handle on Georgia’s running game. For what it’s worth, Vanderbilt leads the SEC in rushing defense after the first week.
- Here’s your serious injury list from last week’s games.
- Did you know that Saturday marked the first time Georgia blocked two punts in a game? I didn’t.