Friday, August 13, 2010

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: UGA's new AD, Mark Herzich, USF and more

Meet the new Boss.  Greg McGarity to be named Georgia's new athletic director. (Atlanta-Journal Constitution)

 Herzilch's comeback sidelined. Mark Herzich's return to the football field after fighting cancer is hitting a speed bump due to a stress fracture in his right foot. Herzilch says he'll be ready to play in the season opener against Weber State on September 4, though. (Boston.com)

Controversy at UNC not involving agents. Now that the smoke's mostly cleared at North Carolina over Agentgate (and revealed to just a lot of smoke, for now it seems), it's time for a good old fashioned quarterback controversy involving junior T.J. Yates and redshirt freshman Bryn Renner. (ESPN, ChuckOliver.net)

Two tough breaks for Vanderbilt. Players junior TE Austin Monahan and sophomore RB Zac Stacy are possibly both out for the season after suffering knee injuries (The Tennessean)

Is Miami's schedule too easy? So easy that it could the Hurricane's chances of winning the BCS? (rivals.com)

Dr. Lou checks up on son Skip. Lou Holtz paid a visit to USF's training camp and their new coach Skip Holtz . The Bulls are holding camp at Dodgertown in Vero Beach. (Voodoo Five)

Adios, Montrell Conner. Mississippi State freshman RB is leaving for "personal reasons," and transferring to Copiah-Lincoln Community College. (For Whom the Cowbell Tolls)

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