Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Covering Dixie: Johnny Manziel, Aaron Murray's lack of respect, Todd Gurley, and more.

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

Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day.
Chris Low describes Johnny Manziel as "the Michael Jordan of college football." Come off the ledge, Chris. (The Dallas Morning News)

I get no respect. 
Matt Murschel looks at how Georgia starting quarterback Aaron Murray still faces the criticism that he can't win big games, even after beating South Carolina and LSU this season. Meanwhile, Murray's record-breaking season is almost ignored. (The Orlando Sentinel)

There's a possibility, but no chance.
Dude Your Crazy looks at how Georgia could still make it to the BCS title game with two losses. Don't hold your breath, Bulldog Nation.

Reason one why Georgia won't make it to the BCS.
Georgia ranks 117th in the nation for forced turnovers. (The Athens Banner-Herald)
Anthony's Song.
Andrew Gribble profiles Alabama offensive lineman Anthony Steen. (AL.com)

Your story has become tiresome!
FOX Sports analyst Charles Davis declares that "People are sick of the SEC," and that " People are sick of Alabama." Tough. (AL.com)

Injury bug hits Florida. 
Florida head football coach Will Muschamp describes the Gators' 2013 season as "the most injury-ravaged season he has endured as a coach." (The Orlando Sentinel)


Todd Gurley update. 
Georgia tailback Todd Gurley is stlll listed as "day-to-day" as he recovers from a sprained ankle, according to Bulldog HC Mark Richt. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

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