Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Auburn's legal bill, the Uga Dynasty's future, and fishing?

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

In Your Honor. The Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll is out. (SECSports.com)

No surprise here. Former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy is among those Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll. (al.com)

This behavior's not unique. Did you thing the recruiting wars between Alabama and Auburn were bad this year? Expect the battle for recruits in 2012 to be even worse.  (al.com)

Under the microscope. More scrutiny on whether Georgia should look for the future Uga IX outside of the current Uga Dynasty bloodline. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

The high cost of winning. The bill for Auburn's attorney fees dealing with the controversies involving Cam Newton are $170,000-and probably climbing. (al.com)

Cuts Like a Knife. Yes, there's an Auburn BCS championship commemorative pocket knife. (Friends of the Program)


BASKETBALL

Alabama will be a tough team to beat during March Madness. Because Kevin Scarbinsky says so. (al.com)

Diminishing returns. Low attendance for Arkansas men's basketball games is undermining the financial health of the program, and possibly head coach John Pelphrey chances of keeping his job. (Northwest Arkansas Business Journal)

FISHING

Kicking bass. Alabama and LSU will compete in the Bassmaster College Classic on Feb. 20. (ESPN)

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