Friday, July 29, 2011

Coveirng Dixie Like Mildew: Stephen Garcia, Will Muschamp, Gus Malzahn, and more.

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


Back Where They Belong?
Both South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia and his QB coach G.A. Mangus could possibly be reinstated next week after separate alcohol-related incidents. (The Post and Courier

Alabama's depth crisis.
Alabama's is facing a shortage of running backs after a summer of attrition through injury and transfers. (al.com)

On a related front, 
Alabama wide receiver Darius Hanks will miss the first two games of the season due to archane NCAA regulations.  (Tide Sports)

Always look on the bright side of life.
Despite issues like the ismmering T-Town Menswear controversy, Alabama AD Mal Moore is optimistic on 'Bama's 2011 season. (The Huntsville Times)

Muschamp does The Bristol Stomp. 
A summary Florida head football coach Will Muschamp's trip to the ESPN campus in Bristol, CT. (Orlando Sentinel)

Florida can thank air conditioning for its football success.
Because Clay Travis says so. Shut up, Clay. (Outkick the Coverage)

Dodging a bullet.
Arkansas fans are thankful that some of their number didn't get their wish for scandal-plagued ex-UNC head football coach Butch Davis to coach the Razorbacks. (Arkansas Sports 360)

Malzahn in UNC's sights? 
Bruce Feldman suggests that Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn might be a candidate to replace Butch Davis at UNC. (ESPN. Note: You'll have to pay to get the whole article)

The screening room.
ESPN will air a documentary on the Alabama-Auburn rivarly called "Roll Tide/War Eagle" as part of a new series of 30 for 30-esque documentaries. (Birmingham News)

Heath Schuler is an ex-candidate for Tennessee AD.
North Carolina Rep. Heath Schuler will run for re-election, pretty much eliminating him for consideration as Tennessee AD. (Knoxville News Sentinel)

Another day, another injury at Georgia.
Georgia freshman linebacker Brandon Burrows is out for the season due to a shoulder injury. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Bye Bye Bye.
T. Kyle King takes a look at Georgia's Oct. 22 bye week. Take the buy in the points. (Dawg Sports)

Bye Bye Buyout?
LSU head football coach Les Miles might lose the buyout on his contract due to the school's recent hit for rules violations by the NCAA. (Shreveport Times)

List of the Day: "Top 20 Auburn All Time Greatest Athletes."
Surprise! Cam Newton isn't at #1. Do you know who takes that spot? Bo does. (Track 'Em Tigers)

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