Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Cam Newton, Georgia Tight Ends, and Trap Games.

(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.) 
Former Auburn quarterback Cam Newton loses out on the SEC Male Athlete of the Year award to Tennessee men's tennis player John-Patrick Smith. (ESPN)

Oh, take me back to the start.
With the Russell Martin wild goose chase won by Wisconsin, Auburn is back to choosing between Barrett Trotter and Clint Mosley to be starting quarterback. (The Press-Register)

Race to the century mark.
Alabama's Nick Saban, Georgia's Mark Richt, and Ole Miss' Houston Nutt could all reach the 100 wins mark this  season as head football coaches in the NCAA. (al.com)

From the "things that sound dirty, but aren't" department:
Chip Towers looks at Georgia's Tight Ends. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Class is in session.
Tennessee freshmen and junior-college transfers take a "class" in Tennessee football history as part of the Vol For Life character development program created by head football coach Derek Dooley. (Knoxville News Sentinel)

Threepeat for CBS?
Looking at whether or not the "SEC on CBS" can beat ABC' college football coverage for a third straight year. (Chattanooga Times-Free Press)

It's a trap!
The "Top 5 Trap Games in the SEC," as determined by Admiral Ackbar Pat Dooley. (The Gainesville Sun)

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