Monday, October 24, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: LSU-Alabama, Trent Richardson, Brandon Boykin, and more.


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


 One, two! One, two! And through and through.
LSU and Alabama hold down the one and two spots respectively in the second iteration of the BCS standings. (ESPN)

Adjust your schedules appropriately.
CBS moves the LSU-Alabama showdown on November 5 to 8:00 PM EDT. (ChuckOliver.net)


The future in now. 

The November 5 LSU-Alabama showdown may well be the biggest game ever played in the history of Bryant-Denny Stadium. (al.com)


Making a stance.

Izzy Gould looks at Alabama running back Trent Richardson's chances for the Heisman Trophy hopes after the Tide's victory over Tennessee, and on the cusp of the LSU-Alabama game. (al.com)


Justin Worley is (red)shirtless. 

Tennessee's struggles without an injured Tyler Bray results in the activation of previously redshirted freshman quarterback Justin Worley. (Knoxville News Sentinel)

Florida needs an consistent offense.
Because Jeff Barlis said so. (The Gainesville Sun)


Boykin on Boykin. 

Georgia cornerback Brandon Boykin gives some tips to Atlanta Journal-Constitution on reporter Stave Hummer on how to "approach" a story on Brandon Boykin. Because if you're a reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, you need all the help you can get. (The Atlanta-Journal Constitution)


Use Your Delusion.
Doug Murray mocks Florida by touting Georgia's dominance against the Gators. (There aren't enough drugs in the world to explain this one (legal, synthetic, or otherwise). (SB Nation Atlanta)



Come On to the Future.

Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo spent last weekend's scouting for the "UGA's QB of the future."  Most Dawg fans hope Bobo isn't a part of that future. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Blue-eyed dressed for every situation. 

Auburn first-time starting QB Clint Moseley sees the Tiger's defeat by LSU as "a learning situation." (al.com)

This is for the questions that don't have any answers.
Dan Mullen and Mississippi State spent the Bulldogs' bye week looking for the answers to the team's struggles this season. (The Clarion-Ledger)



SEC Bowl Predictions.
If you're a Kentucky or Ole Miss fan, don't bother clicking on the link. (ESPN)

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