Thursday, May 31, 2012

Covering Dixie Like Mildew, Mike Slive, Les Miles, Gene Chizik, and more.

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

Where Do We Go From Here? 
The SEC is still trying to figure out what's next as it goes forward in its post-expansion future. (The Birmingham News)

Talking with The Man. 
Tony Barnhart holds a Q&A session with SEC comissioner Mike Slive over issues including college football playoffs and other subjects. (CBS Sports)

Laying it on the line. 
Holdin' the Rope takes a Michigan-centric look at the Alabama linebacker squad. (Holdin' the Rope)

Endangered species?
The annual Alabama-Tennessee game is in jeopardy as the SEC tries figure out how to produce a workable schedule for a fourteen-game conference. (The Tuscaloosa News)

Enemy Mine.
An annal Arkansas-Missouri cross-division rivalry is looking more and more like a given. (The Arkansas News)

Save the Last Dance for Me.
Texas A&M wants to have LSU as the final regular game on its schedule. The Bayou Bengals currently play Arkansas as the last game of the season. One has to wonder how long this will last until the Aggies and Texas mend their fences to revive that annual rivalry. (Arkansas Sports 360)

Going Mobile.
LSU head football coach Les Miles will be the keynote speaker Thursday night at the annual DEXImaging L'Arche Football Preview Dinner in Mobile, Al. (The Mobile Press-Register)


Going Mobile, part deux.
Meanwhile, Auburn HC Gene Chizik will be the keynote speaker at the The 100 Black Men of Greater Mobile's annual gala. (al.com)


Tiger-on-Tiger action. 
Track 'Em Tigers looks ahead to the Sept. 22 LSU-Auburn game. (Track 'Em Tigers)

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