Thursday, May 24, 2012

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Cameron Clear suspended, Mark Richt's raise, and more.


(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)
Clear and Present Danger. 
Tennessee suspends tight end Cameron Clear after his arrest on burglary charges. (The Knoxville News-Sentinel)

Raise the roof. 

The Georgia Athletic Association's Thursday meeting will reportedly feature the release of details regarding Bulldog HC Mark Richt's new contract and raise. (The Athens Banner-Herald)
Will Muschamp has "A loss" planned for Mark Richt. 
Because two Georgia victories in a row against Florida would possibly but Muschamp's continued employment as the Gators' head football coach in jeopardy. (Alligator Army

Georgia cornerback/safety Damian Swann can cover anybody.
Because Damian Swann said so. (ChuckOliver.net)

I've seen the future,  and it will be.
Lance Davis takes a look at how Florida's 2013 recruiting class appears to be developing. (Alligator Army)

On the rebound.
LSU offensive coordinator Greg Studrawa talks about the upcoming 2012 season and the Tigers desire to put the 21-0 loss to Alabama in the 2012 BCS title game behind it. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)

Keep hope alive.
Jerry Hinnen says those who wish to see a nine-game SEC in-conference schedule shouldn't give up off of ever seeing it happening it just yet. (CBS Sports)

Reversal of Fortune?
Florida high school junior athlete Derrick Henry is considering his 2013 recruiting class commitment from Georgia to Alabama. (al.com

Arrested Hogs neither here nor there. 
Arkansas HC John L. Smith says that Razorback receivers Marquel Wade and Maudrecus Humphrey, and tight end Andrew Peterson, who were arrested earlier in the month on charges of burgarly are neither currently "part of the team" or enrolled for summer classes. (ESPN)

No time to lose.
Missouri deputy athletic director Doug Gillin isn't wasting any time trying for the school's $160 million-dollar fundraising campaign to help the school be able to compete in the SEC. (The Columbia Tribune)



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