Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Alabama, South Carolina, UGA, and more.

(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC  news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)  


Ingram's back. Alabama will have Mark Ingram back when it faces Duke on Saturday. (Team Speed Kills)

Weslye Saunders won't be back. South Carolina has dismissed Weslye Saunders for his involvement for violating NCAA rules involving that infamous party in Miami. (ChuckOliver.net)

Urban Meyer needs to dismiss accused stalker Chris Rainey from the Florida Gators permanently. Because Mike Bianchi says so. (Orlando Sentinel)


Crying over spilt milk, Georgia Style. UGA defensive coordinator Todd Gratham is trading verbal jabs with Steve Spurrier after his South Carolina Gamecocks humiliated Georgia last Saturday. Shouldn't you be more focused on stopping Arkansas and Ryan Mallett, Todd? (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


Arkansas' Ryan Mallett described by his father as being "a happy kid." Isn't that how most serial killers and people who shoot up their workplaces are described?  (New York Times)

Things getting rockier for Rocky Top basketball? There are reports that Bruce Pearl possibly did more than just make one to many phone calls to recruits. He might have entertained a couple of recruits at his home. (The Dagger)

With Alabama at number one, Paul Finebaum declares that "order is restored." Shut up, Paul. (al.com)

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