Sunday, October 17, 2010

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Florida, Steve Spurrier, Auburn , and more

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


Florida is now an also-ran. Because Pat Dooley said so. Oh well, I hear Shreveport is beautiful in late December. (The Gainesville Sun)

Is Steve Spurrier the new Les Miles? The Old Ball Coach's clock management skills are being called into question after the last two minutes of South Carolina's loss to Kentucky. (Dr. Saturday)

Can Auburn go undefeated? After defeating Arkansas, the question of an undefeated season for the Tigers and a shot at the BCS championship may not be out of the question. (al.com)

Don't Worry, Be Happy. Trying to overlook the obvious negatives on LSU's 32-10 victory over McNeese St. And with a team that's more lucky than good, that can be a trick. (And the Valley Shook

Compliance issue? What compliance issue? Tennessee athletic director Mike Hamilton there is not an issue of lack of institutional control in Knoxville. The NCAA may have other ideas in mind on that subject. (Go Vols XTra)

The SEC East looks like the ACC. Because Team Speed Kills said so. Good, then let's just go ahead and invite Clemson into the conference to make it official. (Team Speed Kills)

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