Perhaps you’ll find something nourishing here.
- SOD taught personal hygiene; Butch has his “Fourth-and-1″. At Tennessee, they’re always learnin’.
- Vanderbilt is experimenting with GPS in players’ shoulder pads. (No, it’s not to find them if they get lost on the playing field.)
- Mark Weiszer has a list of the new faces on Georgia’s support staff.
- Todd Gurley’s 2014 season: In 2014, 61.9 percent of his rushing yards came after contact. He fumbled just three times in 510 carries.
- Don Leebern, friend to the beer drinker.
- “The Gators haven’t had a receiver sniff first- or second-team All-SEC honors from the coaches since Percy Harvin in 2008.” When people tell you Florida’s offensive personnel don’t live up to the program’s recruiting reputation, this is the kind of stuff they’re talking about.
- Great line from Thomas Brown: “He still looks good, so he still got it,” Holyfield said. “He says he’s got two more quarters in him.”
- Here’s a look at offensive efficiency trends in the SEC.
- The conclusion to the Silas Nacita affair: “The bottom line is that I broke the rules.”