Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Coveirng Dixie Like Mildew: Alabama and T-Town, Malik Jackson, Mark Richt, and more.

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


Lookout Mountain on the Tennessee-Georgia-Alabama border.


"Alabama's Timeline Makes No Sense" in regards to the T-Town Menswear drama. 
Because Clay Travis says so. (Outkick the Coverage)

And from the Bill Clinton "I did not have sex with that woman" dept.
Meanwhile, Izzy Gould reports that the University of Alabama sent a letter to T-Town Menswear owner Tom Albetar cutting ties between the two,  while not actually admitting there were any ties between the two entities in the first place. (al.com)

The Stepford Lineman? 
ESPN's Chris Low interviews Tennessee defensive lineman and Derek Dooley dress-alike Malik Jackson in all his Stepford Wives-esque glory in video from SEC Media Days. (ESPN)

Talk is Cheap.
Tennessee head football coach and human quote machine Derek Dooley is ready to do more walking the walk than talking the talk. (Knoxville News Sentinel)

I'll Stick Around.
LSU athletic director Joe Alleva has turned down an offer to become Tennessee AD. (ChuckOliver.net)

Cursed?
The announcement of Georgia wearing Nike Pro Combat uniforms in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game brings up the ghosts of the now-infamous black jerseys and black helmet "wardrobe malfunctions" in losses to Alabama and Florida. (ChuckOliver.net)


Hot Seat? What Hot Seat?
Your "Mark Richt on the Hot Seat" item of the day. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


Jeff Demps is now a  one-sport man.
Florida  running back Jeff Demps will focus on football instead of pursuing both football and track and field in his senior season. (Associated Press)

"Kentucky Can't Beat Tennessee or Florida."
Because Mark Inabinett says so. (al.com)


"SEC Looking to Invade Europe"
Don't laugh. The Sorbonne could be a FBS powerhouse in a few years. (Saturday Down South)

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