Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Covering Dixie: Gus Malzahn, Georgia, LSU, and more.

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

Condition Critical.
Auburn head coach Guz Malzahn describes the upcoming summer offseason workout program as being "critical" for the team "coming back into fall camp better than when we left spring." (al.com)

Walk On the Wild Side.
Former Ole Miss offensive lineman Austin Golson will join the Auburn football program as a walk on. (al.com)

Next Position, Please.
Georgia cornerback Brendan Langley is switching over to wide receiver. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Tough Enough.
Pat Dooley ranks Tennessee as having the toughest SEC schedule in 2014. LSU, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina  round out the top five. Vanderbilt is named as having the easiest schedule. (The Gainesville Sun)

Beer Run?
LSU athletic coordinator Joe Alleva says beer could be available for sale at Tigers Stadium at some point in the future. Tiger fans may have to wait five or ten things for that to happen, though. (The Shreveport Times)

Statue of limitations. 
Ron Higgins explains why LSU hasn't taken part in the mania among SEC schools to erect statues to honor its noted college football personalities. LSU AD Joe Alleva claims the only athlete to fit all of LSU's requirements for a statue has been Shaquille O'Neal. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)

He's Just Not That Into You.
Mississippi State wide receiver Jeremy Chappelle is leaving the Bulldog football program. (For Whom the Cowbell Tolls)


A Momentary Lapse Into Reason.
Good Bull Hunting has a things to say about the proposed rebranding of Kyle Field as "Kyle Field: The House as Johnny Built."

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