Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Tyler Bray's body language, Connor Shaw is a throwback, Aaron Murray is a nerd, and more.


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


Tigers vs. Frogs.
LSU will open it's 2013 season by facing TCU in the 2013 Cowboys' Classic in Arlington.  (FBSchedules)

Least. Shocking. News. Of. The. Week.
Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree and safety Bacarri Rambo will reportedly have their suspensions lifted in time for Saturday's game against Tennessee. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

The ghosts of 2004. 
Before Saturday's Tennessee-Georgia game, UGA head football coach Mark Richt talks about how the team is in a situation like 2004, when the Vols came to Athens and upset the Bulldogs. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray is a nerd.
Because Bulldog wide receiver Tavarres King said so. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Body Talk.
Mike Strange says that Tennessee needs to get a "director of body language" to handle star quarterback Tyler Bray's issues with handling adversity. Methinks Strange had watched The O'Reilly Factor a little too much. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)

Well surprise, surprise, surprise! 
Bruce Feldman lists Florida as one of the 2012 season's most pleasant surprises thus far. (CBS Sports)

A Few Small Repairs.
Texas A&M is looking into the possible expansion of Kyle Field. They should probably work on winning an SEC in-conference game first. (CBS Sports)

South Carolina QB Connor Shaw is declared to be "the ultimate throwback."
Because Chris Low said so. Translation: he's not Stephen Garcia. (ESPN)

The Old Ball Coach being The Old Ball Coach.
South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier is feuding with The State columnist Ron Morris once again. (Dr. Saturday)

Mosely on down. 
Andrew Gribble profiles Alabama LB C.J. Mosely. (al.com)

Men on Films.
For Whom the Cowbell Tolls reviews the ESPNU SEC Storied documentary Croom, on former Mississippi State HC Sylvester Croom.