Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Covering Dixie: Nick Saban, A.J. McCarron, Johnny Manziel, and more.

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

Don't Blink.
With a win against LSU out of the way, Alabama head coach Nick Saban is trying to avoid a BCS-jeopardizing loss Week 12 to Mississippi State similar to last season's loss to Texas A&M that occurred the week after beating LSU. (ESPN)

I have to praise you like I should.
Former Kentucky head coach Fran Curci compares Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron to Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. (AL.com)

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Brandon Larrabee projects Alabama will face Florida State in the BCS title game, with Auburn facing Central Florida in the Sugar Bowl. (Team Speed Kills)

Tonight, I Celebrate My Manlove.
Dennis Dodd take time to celebrate the possibly soon-to-be-ending college football career of Texas A&M starting QB Johnny Manziel. (CBS Sports)

As some day it may happen that a head coach must be found - I've got a little list, I've got a little list. 
With Florida head coach Will Muschamp on the Hot Seat, Barrett Sallee has wasted no time in compiling  a list of possible candidates to replace him in Gainesville. It includes the coach who beat Muschamp and the Gators this past Saturday, Vanderbilt's James Franklin. (Bleacher Report)

Damage Control.
Spencer Hall give his view of the Vanderbilt win over Florida. (Every Day Should Be Saturday)

Making a Mauk.
Missouri starting QB Maty Mauk is named SEC Freshman of the Week. (The Columbia Tribune)


Morrison out for season.
Florida loses Antonio Morrison for the rest of the season after the linebacker tore the meniscus in his right knee during the Gators' loss to Vanderbilt. (USA Today)

Georgia injury report.
Georgia tight end Jay Rome will probably be out of Saturday's game against Auburn due to an injury to his right foot. Rome injured the foot in the Dawgs win over Appalachian State. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)


Arkansas recruiting news. 
Louisiana high school senior defensive back Santos Ramirez commits to Arkansas 2014 recruiting class. (Arkansas Fight)

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