Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Steve Spurrier, Nick Saban's coaching staff, Reese Dismukes, and more.

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




Please, please, please let me get what I want.
Kevin McGuire longs to see South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier coach "in a big time, traditional New Years Day bowl game." The Old Ball Coach's last BCS bowl game appearance was in the 2002 Orange Bowl, when he coached Florida to a 56-23 victory over Maryland. (The Student Section)

All the President's Men.
Chris Walsh profiles Alabama head coach Nick Saban and his coaching staff. It features four former FBS division head coaches, including former USC and Tennessee head coach Lane Kiffin as Saban's offensive coordinator. (Saturday Down South)

Dismukes you with a smile. 
Zach Abolverdi interviews Auburn center Reese Dismukes. (The Gainesville Sun)

 Hey Mr. C.J., put a record on. I want to dance with my baby. 
Zach Abolverdi interviews  Auburn tight end C.J. Uzomah. (The Gainesville Sun)

Jeremy spoke in class today.
Keith Chartrand profiles Auburn backup quarterback Jeremy Johnson, and how he might get his chance to start if the Tigers' starting QB, Nick Marshall is suspended for his recent citation for marijuana possession. (Saturday Down South)

You, Me, and Dupree.
Brad Crawford profiles Kentucky defensive end Alvin Dupree. (Saturday Down South)

A Hargreaves Night.
Zach Aloverdi interviews Florida cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III. (The Gainesville Sun)

Kleptomania runs wild!
A high school prospect from Florida who attended Georgia's Dawg Night camp last weekend is the subject of an arrest warrant accusing him of felony burglary for an incident that occurred on the UGA campus. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Alex Haddon previews Georgia's 2014 college football season. It includes the Dawgs' chances of landing in the SEC Championship Game, and tailback Todd Gurley's chances for a Heisman Trophy. (SEC Football Blog)

Charlotte Sometimes. 
America Stadium in Charlotte, NC will be the site of the 2018 college football season opener for Tennessee and Vest Virginia. (Saturday Down South)


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