Thursday, October 17, 2013

Covering Dixie: Mike Slive and Pat Dye on Condoleezza Rice, Johnny Manziel, L'Damian Washington, and more.

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

I'm a stand by my woman man.
SEC commissioner Mike Slive shows his for Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice being named to the College Football Playoff Committee. (

There's only you and me, and we just disagree.
Former Auburn head football coach would like to specifically disagree with Commissioner Slive about former Secretary Rice. (

Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day.
Randy Galloway discusses how Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel leading the Aggies to a come-from-behind victory over Ole Miss last Saturday stole the thunder from Texas' upset victory over Oklahoma. The same Ole Miss team that defeated Texas earlier in the year. Still want to think that Texas HC Mack Brown saved his job last week? (The Ft. Worth Star-telegram)

Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
Andy Hutchins whether the 2016 "Battle of Bristol" between Tennessee and Virginia Tech at Bristol Motor Speedway is a good thing for  college football. Hint: it might not be. (SB*Nation)

Washington Heights.
An AP profile of Missouri wide receiver L'Damian Washington. (The Gainesville Sun)

Ray of Light.
Rachael G. Bowers profiles Georgia defensive end Ray Drew. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Auburn vs. Aggies.
Chris Fuhrmeister previews Auburn vs. Texas A&M. (College and Magnolia)

Gators vs. Mizzou.
Kevin Causey previews Florida vs. Missouri. (The Crystal Ball Run)


Toney, Tony, Toney!
Good Bull Hunting's "THE TAILGATE" (which must always be capitalized, according to The SEC Style of Style and Usage), looks at Auburn vs. Texas A&M,  Aggie defensive back Toney Hurd, Auburn WR Tony Stevens, and Auburn freshman linebacker Cameron Toney.

Cat fight!
Jen Bielema vs. Kristi Malzahn, Samantha Steele Palmer, Miley Cyrus, and former Bobby Petrino mistress Jessica Dorrell "on Twitter." Yes, this is pretend. Deal with it. (Roll 'Bama Roll)

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