Monday, January 23, 2012

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Brison Williams, recruiting, and more.

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


Williams suspended. 
South Carolina safety Brison Williams has been suspended for "conduct detrimental to the South Carolina football team." (ESPN)

Archers of Loeffler. 
Auburn taps Scot Loeffler,  to become the football program's new offensive coordinator. Loeffer was the former quarterbacks coach at Florida in 2009. (Rivals.com)


Ready to Start. 
New Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier and linebackers coach Lance Thompson are ready to help the 2011 BCS title holds attempt a repeat in 2012. (The Montgomery Advertiser)

All About the Benjamins. 
Missouri and Texas A&M could add $114 million in value to a future SEC Network deal. If such a thing was in the direction the SEC wanted to go in. (Outkick the Coverage)

Heading to Baton Rouge. 
LSU lands Louisiana high school linebacker Lorenzo Phillips as its latest commitment for 2012. (The Advocate (Baton Rouge)

Taking his talents to The Swamp. 
North Carolina high school defensive end Alex McCalister commits to Florida. (The Gainesville Sun)

Signs, signs, everywhere signs. 
Mississippi State removes a seires of billboards that were placed around the Magnolia State due to possible NCAA rules violations. (NEMS Daily Journal)

Summer, Summer, Summertime.
Long-inactive Twitter personality "Summer of Mallett," who is twice as interesting as the real life former Arkansas quarterback/current New England Patriot clipboard holder Ryan Mallett, has been revived for the Pats' latest Super Bowl run. (Friends of the Program)





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