Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Covering Dixie: Bret Bielema and Gus Malzahn, Will Muschamp, Alabama, and more.

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

Rivalry? What rivalry?
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema denies he's feuding with Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn. (

Is he or isn't he?
There are conflicting reports as to whether Arkansas cornerback Chris Murphy is leaving the program or not. (Arkansas Fight)

We're all in this together.
All 14 SEC head coaches support a proposal for an early signing period that would begin the Monday after Thanksgiving. (

Read my lips: No more cupcakes! 
Team Speed Kills takes a deeper look inside Florida head coach Will Muschamp's announcement that the Gator won't schedule FCS team in the future.

A Sort of Homecoming.
Alabama named the Nov. 22 home game against Western Carolina as its homecoming game. It's the latest date for a Crimson Tide homecoming since 1951, when it was played on Nov. 24 of that year. (

Hail, Columbia...Broadcasting System.
CBS announces the scheduling of three SEC conference games for its "SEC Game of the Week:" Georgia at South Carolina on Sept. 13, Georgia vs. Florida on Nov. 1, and Arkansas at Missouri on Nov. 28 (Black Friday). (

Oujia Board, Oujia Board, would you work for me?
Creg Stephenson tries to predict what the twelve yet-to-be announced SEC games to be aired on CBS will be. Some of Stephenson's picks are total no-brainers, such as Texas A&M at Alabama on Oct. 18, and Georgia at Auburn on Nov. 15. (

Goodbye to You.
Mark Weiszer compares Georgia's policies on students transferring out of the program to that of how other schools handle the situation. According to Weiszer, UGA policies are considered "lenient" when compared to other schools. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

What's in it for me?
A Sea of Blue looks at how news coming out of the SEC spring meetings could affect Kentucky.

The Safety Dance.
Paul Crewe profiles LSU freshman safety Jamal Adams. (And the Valley Shook)

Possum Dixon.
Garnet and Black Attack profiles South Carolina defensive tackle Gerald Dixon, Jr.

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