Friday, February 7, 2014

Covering Dixie: D.J. Pettway, more 2014 National Signing Day fallout, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. It's like the Olympics, but with fewer cameras in the showers.



Hey It's Good to Be Back Home Again. 
Alabama defensive end D.J. Pettway describes how it feels to be able to rejoin the program after being dismissed in 2012 following a couple of run-ins with the law. (al.com)

Membership has its privileges.
Team Speed Kills looks at how joining the SEC has benefited Texas A&M when it comes to recruiting.

What's mine is mine. What's yours is mine. 
Michael Bird looks at how the SEC's success in recruiting outside the South. (SB*Nation)

A Map of the World.
Good Bull Hunting provides in interactive map of where SEC schools were successful in recruiting for 2014.

Sudden Impact. 
Hunter Turner reviews Tennessee's 2014 recruiting class, and which players could have an immediate impact to the program. (Rocky Top Talk)

Open Mike Night.
Georgia hires former USC linebackers coach Mike Ekeler to coach inside linebackers. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Goodbye Says It All.
Georgia offensive tackle Mark Beard will be transferring to another program once he graduates in the summer for his final year of eligibility. (AP/ESPN) (UPDATE): Beard has apparently changed his mind and will stay at Georgia.

Auburn Reloaded.
Matt Smith reviews Auburn's 2014 recruiting class, and sees potential for another run at a national title. (Saturday Down South)

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