Monday, October 22, 2012

Derek Dooley on the hot seat, Dan Mullen on mississippi St.-Alabama, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Team Speed Kills latest BCS predictions see Alabama facing Kansas State in the BCS title game, and Florida vs. Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl.

Use Your Delusion?
Mark Wiedmer questions whether the Tennessee fanbase is realistic in calling for Vols head football coach Derek Dooley's firing when their losses come from "teams which have lost ONE … GAME … TOTAL?" (Those teams being Florida, Georgia, Mississippi State, And Alabama). He also says the Vol Nation may a little in denial about the team not quite being as an "elite" program as it thinks it does. (The Chattanooga Times Free Press)

From the "putting the cart before the horse" dept. 
Clay Travis wonders if Jon Gruden could be the Nick Saban of the Tennessee program if hired to replace Derek Dooley. This isn't just a case of counting the chickens before they hatch, it's counting the chickens before the eggs are finished being laid. (Outkick the Coverage)

Broadway Bray?
Joseph Stanley compares Tennessee star quarterback Tyler Bray to NFL legend Joe Namath, and not in a good way. (Rocky Top Talk)

This is what we've waited for. 
Mississippi St. HC Dan Mullen discusses how the Bulldogs' were wanting to be in position to go into the Miss. St.-Alabama game undefeated with a chance with competing for the SEC championship. (al.com)

Wake Me Up When Saturday Ends. 
Georgia faces the longest week of its season as it prepares for getting ground and pounded by Florida in the World's Lagest (Censored by Michael Adams). (The Athens Banner-Herald)