Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Covering Dixie: A.J. McCarron, Will Muschamp, Johnny Manziel, and Eric Berry's younger twin brothers.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. It's like Christmas, but with more...football. 

Yes, that's a double-barreled cannon. It's located in Athens, Ga.

Don't You Forget About Me. 
ESPN's Holly Rowe says that Heisman Trophy voters need to pay more attention to the performance this year of Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron. (AL.com)

I Can See for Miles. 
Paul Crewe assesses LSU head coach Les Miles' success as a recruiter. (And the Valley Shook)

Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of.
LSU players are still coping with last season's last-second loss to Alabama. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)
Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day.
Sam Khan Jr. says that Texas A&M starting QB Johnny Manziel was "looking like his old self" in the Aggies' 57-7 romp over UTEP. (ESPN)

Stand By Your Man.
Florida players show their support for their embattled head coach, Will Muschamp. (The Gainesville Sun)

There's a possibility, but no chance.
Track 'Em Tigers looks at Auburn's chances of going undefeated the rest of the season and making it to the BCS title game. My take: They probably could if every other team ahead of them currently loses at least once, but might have to wind up facing Alabama for a second time in the BCS title game.

Up in the Air.
CBS is holding off on making its selection on whether to air the Georgia-Auburn or Florida-South Carolina as its 3:30 PM EST game Nov. 16 until next Sunday. The loser get to be aired either on ESPN at 6:00 PM EST, or on ESPN2 at 6:45 PM. (AL.com)

Logan's Run.
Logan Booker takes a look at Georgia running back Brendan Douglas. (Bulldog Illustrated)


Twin Dragons. 
Tennessee gets recruiting class of 2014 commitments from twin brothers Elliot and Evan Berry. Yes, they're the younger brothers of former Volunteer great/current Kansas City Chief Eric Berry; and yes, they're both very scary. (Rocky Top Talk)


Kentucky injury report.
Kentucky loses wide receiver Alex Montgomery for the rest of the season due to a ACL tear in his left knee during the Wildcats' win over Alabama State. The injury occurred when Montgomery was celebrating a touchdown in the second quarter. (The Lexington Courier-Journal)


The Clipboard Chronicles.
Good Bull Hunting takes a look at what Johnny Manziel was doing with his clipboard after he was taken out of the UTEP game last Saturday.

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