Monday, April 14, 2014

Covering Dixie: Bubba Watson, Derrick Henry, Justin Garrett, and...Johnny Manziel as Hercules?

Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. It's what your conference wants to be like when it grows up.

A golfing school with a football problem. 
The Stanford Stadium video board featured coverage of Georgia alum Bubba Watson playing in The Masters during Saturday's G-Day spring game. Watson went on to win the tournament for the second time in three years. (FOX Sports)

Movin' On Up.
Seth Emerson looks at ten Georgia players who have boosted their "stock" during spring practice. Naturally, starting quarterback Hutson Mason is number one on the list. (The Macon Telegraph)

Oh Henry! 
Andrew Gribble profiles Alabama running back Derrick Henry. (

Getting in gear. 
Auburn safety Justin Garrett discusses new Under Armour cleats with arch support-improving orthotic soles to help prevent the foot injuries that kept him off the field for most of the 2013 season. (

The Whitlow-Down.
Darren Durham looks at the possibility that Jalen Whitlow will be the starting quarterback for Kentucky, and whether or not that would be perceived as being a good thing or a bad thing. (Wildcat Blue Nation)

Everybody's Talking.
Internet reaction to the dismissal of Missouri dismissal of troubled Mizzou wide receiver Dorial Beckham-Green. (SB*Nation)

There's a first time for everything.
Matt Smith reviews the first Vanderbilt spring game under new head coach Derek Mason. (Southern Pigskin)

Debut in Gainesville.
Jeff Barlis recviews at Florida's 2014 Orange and Blue Debut spring game. (ESPN)

Everyone Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
Adam Silverstein provides Only Gators Get Out Alive's review of the Florida Orange and Blue Debut. 

Springtime in Starkville. 
Michael Bonner reviews Mississippi State's spring game. (The Jackson Clarion-Ledger)

The worst of the best?
Paul Crewe ponders whether the 2007 LSU Tigers were the worst BCS title winner in BCS history. (And the Valley Shook)


"The 12 Labors of Johnny Manziel."
Good Bull Hunting replaces The Rock and/or Kellan Lutz in the role of Hercules with former Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel. You can guess why this endeavor is being mentioned here.

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