Friday, July 13, 2012

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Reuben Foster, Tyrann Mathieu, Tyler Bray, and more.

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


Flipping out.
Former commitment Alabama 2013 recruiting class member Reuben Foster flips his commitment to Auburn. (al.com)

It's just a phase he's going through.
Tommy Hicks says Foster could easily change his mind again and re-commit to Alabama because he's a teenager, and teenagers change their minds a lot. (The Mobile Press-Register)

Fantastic Four.
LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu is ranked no. 4 on The Gainesville Sun's "Top 25 Players in the SEC" countdown. (The Gainesville Sun)


All Bray, every Bray.
Chris Pendley looks at the quarterback position, which pretty much means Tennessee star QB Tyler Bray. (Rocky Top Talk)


This is how you remind me of what I really am. 
Arkansas Expats looks at the nation's perception of the Arkansas football program, especially with the program's tenancy to take the "one step forward, two steps back" path personified in the Petrino-palooza debacle. (Arkansas Expats)

Tide vs. Hogs.
Alabama vs. Arkansas on Oct. 15 is ranked no. 4 on The Gainesville Sun's "Top 25 SEC Games" list. (The Gainesville Sun)

The tipping point.
Team Speed Kills sees the 2007 Independence Bowl where Missouri beat South Carolina as the beginning of Mizzou's road to SEC membership. (Team Speed Kills)

I'll Be Here Awhile.
Russ will remain Georgia interim mascot for at least the season opener against Buffalo while the search for the future UGA IX goes on. (The Savannah Morning News)

Oh no they didn't!
Dawg Sports didn't just suggest that Georgia players break into offensive coordinator Mike Bobo's office and burn his playbook, did they? (Dawg Sports)