Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Vince Dooley on Isaiah Crowell, Marcus Lattimore, and more.

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

Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before.
Georgia is the favorite to win the SEC East. Translation: Georgia is gonna suck this year. (Team Speed Kills)

Georgia did the right thing in kicking Isaiah Crowell off the team. 
Because former Bulldog head football coach Vince Dooley said so. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

"Georgia Will Win Ten Games in 2012"
Dawg Sports' "chuckdawg" responds to T. Kyle King's claim that UGA would "Not Win in Ten Games in 2012." Knowing Georgia, I'd say my money's on Kyle. (Dawg Sports)

 Track 'Em Tigers said agrees with Dooley. Of course what do expect a Auburn-centric blog to say? (Track 'Em Tigers)

Back Where You Belong.
Georgia linebacker Brandon Burrows has decided not to transfer to another school after all. (ChuckOliver.net)

Seven the Hard Way.
South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore is ranked at no. 7 on The Gainesville Sun's "Top 25 Players in the SEC." countdown. (The Gainesville Sun)

Seven and the Ragged Tiger.
The Nov. 23 game between LSU and Arkansas makes The Gainesville Sun's "Top 25 Games in the SEC" countdown at no. 7. (The Gainesville Sun)

Black Bear linebackers.
Red Cup Rebellion looks at Ole Miss' depth chart at linebacker. (Red Cup Rebellion)

I Secondary That Emotion. 
Will Shelton looks at Tennessee's secondary for 2012.

Good-bye Glaser. 
Missouri backup quarterback Ashton Glaser has announced that he's going to transfer to another school. (ChuckOliver.net)

Together again for the first time. 
Andrew Gribble previews the Oct. 13 game between Alabama and Missouri. It's the first meeting between the Tide and the Tigers since 1978, and the first matchup between the two since Missouri joined the SEC. (al.com)

The pump don't work 'Cause the Vandals took the handles.
Auburn and Idaho will face each other in 2015. Another banner moment in SEC out-of-conference scheduling history. (al.com)