Thursday, September 27, 2012

Arkansas AD backs John L. Smith, Tyler Bray, Bo Wallace, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew  - The SWRT roundup of SEC news.

Stand By Your Man.
Arkansas athletic direcror Jeff Long says embattled Razorback head football coach John L. Smith has his full support for this season. As for next season...well he cross that bridge when he gets there. (CBS Sports)

I feel the pain of everyone. Then, I feel nothing. 
Auburn quarterback Kiehl Frazier says he "understands" the frustration over the Tigers' 1-3 performance so far this season. (

The last, best hope.
Tennessee's hopes to avoid a mid-season collapse like 2011 depend on star QB Tyler Bray, and whether or not he can stay healthy, both mentally and physically. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)

Dooley on Tennessee-UGA.
Tennessee HC Derek Dooley talks about Saturday's big showdown against Georgia. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before.
Steve Oliver says Georgia is "displaying national championship promise. Which it usually does before hopes come crashing down the most devastating of ways possible. (

Insane Georgia secondary recruiting violation of the day. 
Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo gets charged with a secondary recruiting violation after he took a recruit and his mother to the NCAA Tennis Championships held on the UGA  campus without paying the entry fee. Sadly, it's not a big enough of a violation to fire him. (The Sporting News)

Freeze warning. 
Alabama's defense is getting ready to take on the new Ole Miss HC Huge Freeze's faster, no-huddle offense. (The Montgomery Advertiser)

Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace is "hot and cold."
Because Don Kausler Jr. said so. The bigger question: does Bo Wallace change his mind like a girl changes clothes? (

Don't Worry, Be Happy.
For Whom the Cowbell Tolls tells Mississippi State fans to chill out over not-so-spectacular wins over the Troy and South Alabama, as the Bulldogs are still 4-0.

What's in a name?
For Whom the Cowbell Tolls polls readers on whether Mississippi St. fans should use the term "Dogs" or "Dawgs" for the team. Hint: If it's not related to a certain academic institution in Athens' Ga., it ain't a Dawg.