Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Covering Dixie: Josh-Harvey Clemons suspension fallout, Bret Bielema states the obvious, Nick Saban, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. All your crystal football are belong to us. 

The above picture is the famous double-barreled cannon in Athens, Ga. The perfect metaphor for Georgia, which like the cannon usually looks better on paper.

This one's gonna hurt. 
Seth Emerson takes a look at the impact Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons' one-game suspension will have on the Dawgs' season opener against Clemson. Harvey-Clemons was suspended yesterday for violating the school's drug policy. (The Macon Telegraph)

This behavior's not unique.
Does Harvey-Clemons' suspension bring up the subject of previous drug-related incidents involving Georgia players? Of course it does. (ESPN)

Least. Shocking. News. Ever. Of the day.
Recalling his time with Wisconsin in the Big Ten, First-year Arkansas head football coach Bret Bielema confessed that "In the Big Ten, we disliked the SEC because of the success they had." (Madtown Badgers)

Sorry Seems To Be the Hardest Word.
Alabama HC Nick Saban says that he's received apologies from both Florida HC Will Muschamp and Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley for the incident where Gator offensive lines coach Tim Davis called him "The Devil himself. (

There's strong. Then there's Temario Strong.*
Hugh Kellenberger profiles Ole Miss linebacker Temario Strong. (The Jackson Clarion-Ledger)

But that trick never works!
Team Speed Kills tries to put an end to claims the SEC's non-conference schedule is too weak.

This just in...
LSU doesn't like cross-division rivals. (The New Orleans-Times Picayune)

On to more important stuff.
Track 'Em Tigers looks at attempts to improve the tailgating experience at Auburn.

*Apoligies to the U.S. Army.

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