Saturday, March 5, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Aaron Murray, Stephen Garcia, and...Charlie Sheen (sigh).

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


The New York Times' effect on man. The New York Times takes a look at the Alabama-Auburn rivalry in the wake of the Toomer's Corner poisioning. (The New York Times)

Psychotic Reaction. South Carolina bloggers respond to the story of Gamecock quarterback Stephen Garcia's pre-Chick-fil-A Bowl bacchanalia in Atlanta. (The Rubber Chickens)

The King and Dan Mullen. Chuck Oliver, the King of College Football, interviews Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen. (680 the Fan (Atlanta))


Derek Dooley as...Sterling Archer? Yes, Barbara Dooley shows up as Mallory Archer. (EDSBS

Aaron Murray makes a funny. Georgia QB Aaron Murray responded to the exaggerated stories of his right ankle sprain last week by saying “My leg got amputated last weekend, so I’ve only got one leg...I’ve got to steal one to play the season with.” (Chattanooga Times Free-Press)
 
On a related  front, Matt Hinton doesn't seem too impressed by Murray.  At least not at the moment(Dr. Saturday)

Georgia's new offensive coordinator...Charlie Sheen? Because good satire can't wait for April Fools Day. And neither can this. (ChuckOliver.net)

BASKETBALL

Money for Nothing? Kentucky head basketball coach John Calipari is the highest paid coach in NCAA men's basketball. .  The three coaches behind him on the list, Tom Izzo (Michigan St.), Billy Donovan (Florida), and Bill Self (Kansas), have four titles between them. (Rivals.com)

Hate is a four letter word. A Kentucky blogger explains why his hate for Tennessee over all over teams is due to the amount of success the Vols have had over the years against even the best of Wildcat teams. (A Sea of Blue)

PREP SPORTS

Blind-sided. Sean Tuohy, Jr., The youngest member of the Baltimore Ravens' Michael Oher's adopted family (and called S.J. in The Blind Side), is now a high school junior and plays point guard at Briarcrest Christian School. (Prep Rally)

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