Monday, June 9, 2014

Covering Dixie: Bret Bielema, A'Shawn Robinson, Tray Matthews and...Jerry Jones?


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


Fort Sumter, South Carolina. Photo via Wikipedia Commons.

Bret Bielema is "The Answer" for the Arkansas football program.
Because Robbie Neiswanger said so. Now I can't get the image of Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema with Alan Iverson-like cornrolls. (The Arkansas News)

Stand By Your Man.
On a related front, Dallas Cowboys owner and former Arkansas offensive lineman Jerry Jones also says Bielema "is the answer" for Arkansas. (The Arkansas Democrat Gazette)

And here's to you, Mr. Robinson.
Murf Baldwin profiles Alabama defensive lineman A'Shawn Robinson. (Roll 'Bama Roll)

Austin Shepard's Coming Home.
Saturday Down South profiles Alabama offensive lineman Austin Shepard. 

Hey Mr. C.J.
Brandon Marcello profiles Auburn tight end C.J. Uzomah. (al.com)

Get 'em before they're gone. 
Auburn's SEC title and BCS title game appearance and the hiring of first-year men's head basketball coach Bruce Pearl have resulted in ticket sales for both programs "approaching a record pace." (al.com)

If I die before I wake, feed Jake. 
Camille Woodhouse profiles Florida tight end Jake McGee. (Hail Florida Hail)

I'm going to Kansas City. 
Members of Florida's University of Athletic Association traveled to Kansas City to attend a Sporting KC MLS soccer game in order to see how to improve the football gameday experience for Gator fans. Hint: don't have abominations like 2013's 4-8 season. (The Gainesville Sun)

Harvey Danger.
Garnet and Black Attack profiles South Carolina TE Matthew Harvey. 

"Busta" Rhymes. 
Garnet and Black Attack profiles South Carolina TE Rory "Busta" Anderson. 

I Heard It Through the Grapevine.
Garnet and Black Attack profiles South Carolina WR Carlton Heard.

And here's to you...DANGIT!  I already used that one already.
Alan Smith profiles Kentucky wide receiver Demarco Robinson. (Wildcat Blue Nation)

Insanity


The Cup of Life.
Rock M Nation compares SEC programs to World Cup teams. Naturally, Alabama is compared to Spain. The USA gets compared to Texas A&M, which is somewhat uncomfortably appropriate.

Candid Camera.
Andrew Hall provides "footage" of the classroom incident that resulted in former Georgia safety Tray Matthews' dismissal from the Bulldog football program. Funny, I never realized how much Tray Matthews looked like Adam Sandler before. (Dude You Crazy)


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