Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Bruce Pearl, LSU's Spencer Ware, and more.

The Downward Spiral. Getting fired by Tennessee might not be the worst thing that happens to Bruce Pearl. (Lonely Tailgater)

When Bruce met Mike (kind of). Recalling The Jimmy Collins-Deon Thomas scandal. Involving a then-young assistant coach named Bruce Pearl, and a then attorney named Mike Slive as part of the cast of characters. (Deadspin)

It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday. Tennessee assistant basketball coach Mark Pancratz says goodbye to the Vols' Nation on his blog. (The Pancratz Full Court Press)

Are you pondering what I'm pondering? The inevitable question on whether or not Tennessee athletic directer Mike Hamilton will be the next to lose his job in the Bruce Pearl recruiting scandal. (Go Vols Xtra).

Still going. Despite missing practice on Monday with a sprained ankle, Florida guard Kenny Boynton is expected to play Thursday night against BYU. (Rivals.com


In other SEC recruiting scandal news, The NCAA is reportedly nearing the end of an investigation into alleged LSU recruiting violations in 2009. (nola.com)

The King's eye on the Tiger. Chuck Oliver takes a look at LSU running backs as part of his "College Football Today" segment on Atlanta's 680 The Fan, and says Spencer Ware is someone you should keep an eye on. (ChuckOliver.net)

A.J. McCarron or Phillip Sims?  Alabama's quarterback controversy officially begins with the start of the Crimson Tide's spring practice. (al.com)

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