Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: SEC schedule, Tyler Bray, Bruce Pearl, and more.

The official SEC 2011 football schedule is out. As if you already didn't know when most of these are going to be played already. (SECSports.com)

Monkey Business. EDSBS looks at the early season SEC football schedule with a little help from Flash Rogue Gallery member Gorilla Grodd. (EDSBS)


If a player has a Pro Day without any scouts present, is it still a Pro Day? The NFL Lockout meant that A.J. Green worked out on Georgia's Pro Day without the presence of actual NFL scouts. (Athens Banner-Herald)

Getting back to normal in Knoxville. Mike Strange believes with Bruce Pearl gone, football can once again regain its rightful place as the biggest sport  in the Vols Nation. (Go Vols Xtra)

Growing Pains. Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley expect starting quarterback Tyler Bray to mature in his sophomore year and become a leader on the team. Mature meaning "no more throat-slashing gestures." (Knoxville News Sentinel)

Same as it ever was. Auburn offensive coordinator  Gus Malzahn will once again be starting spring practice with having to replace a starting quarterback. With Cam Newton the quarterback being replaced, that could become a truly daunting task. (al.com)

A little bit better than I used to be. Alabama head football coach Nick Saban expects the Tide's now more experienced  defense to be better in 2011. (ESPN)

BASKETBALL

And the nominees are: Reviewing potential candidates to replace Bruce Pearl as Tennessee head men's basketball coach. (Rocky Top Talk)

Gone Daddy Gone. South Carolina basketball players Stephen Spinella and Ramon Galloway are now ex-Gamecocks. (Gamecocks Online)

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