Friday, February 11, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Hershel Walker tweets, South Carolina freezes, Tennessee struggles, and more

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

Still the One. The SEC once again tops other conferences with  the highest attendance figures for  college football in 2010. (Orlando Sentinel)

Should I Stay Or Should I Go? A look at  the candidates on the Florida squad who might pull a Cam Newton and transfer to another school. (Miami Herald)

Yo, I'm taking a survey.  The Senator wants to know who in the SEC you think Verne Lundquist will shower unparalleled manleove on next season. (Get the Picture)

All or nothing. Georgia's first two games against Boise State and South Carolina will  be pivotal if the Dawgs want to be in good shape for the easier part of their schedule. (SB Nation Atlanta

Hershel approved. Georgia legend Hershel Walker gives a shout out to Mark Richt and the UGA "Dream Team" on Twitter. (Dawg Sports)

Coldcocked. South Carolina is holding their winter conditioning workouts in the chilly early morning air in Williams-Brice Stadium. (

It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday. A tribute for departing Kentucky senior running back Derrick Locke. (Team Speed Kills)

Up in the Air. UCF may or may not play Thursday night games this year. It all depends on what Conference USA and new television rights holder FOX Sports can work out for the television schedule. (Orlando Sentinel)

How to speak Alabaman. Roll 'Bama Roll has been rolling out a "Word of the Day" lately to help the non-Alabama fan understand the intricacies of 'Bama speak. (Roll 'Bama Roll)

Blasphemous Rumors. A comparison of SEC football programs to characters in the Bible. Somebody and God are going to have a long talk about this someday. (Garnet and Black Attack)


No Line on the Horizon. Tennessee isn't making it to the free throw line during SEC conference play as much as it did at the start of the season. (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

The World Wide Leader in intrusiveness. SEC basketball coaches are now being interviewed during first-half timeouts by ESPN. When will the insanity end? (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

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