Thursday, October 13, 2011

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Steve Spurrier, Matt Simms, and more.

Auburn cleared in Cam Newton investigation. 
"Cleared" meaning the actors in the scandal covered their tracks better than expected. (ESPN)

Infinite Crisis.
Multiple quarterback crises are popping up all over the SEC. (Mobile Press-Register

Steve Spurrier's treatment of columnist Ron Morris smells.
Because Tony Barnhart said so. (CBS Sports)

One Hundred Ways.
Ole Miss head football coach Houston Nutt could notch his 100th SEC victory as a coach this weekend. He could, if his team wasn't facing Alabama. Don't hold your breath on this one. (al.com)

Breaking the Habit.
Alabama is looking break recent history and avoid another slow start against Ole Miss this weekend. (The Crimson White)

Redemption Song.
Tennessee QB Matt Simms looks to revive his college football career in replacing the injured Tyler Bray. Bray replaced Simms as Vols' starting QB after a 2-6 record under center. (ESPN)

Requiem for a Dream Team.
Members of Georgia's highly-touted "Dream Team" recruiting class are learning quickly that not everybody is going to have the season that Isaiah Crowell is having. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Walk-on the wild side.
One of those UGA "Dream Team" members, tight end Jay Rome, plans an attempt to walk-on the Bulldog basketball team. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

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