Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Covering Dixie: Jacob Coker, Keith Marshall, Bo Wallace, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. Is it Thursday yet?





 
Have a Coker and A smile. 
Michael Casagrande profiles Alabama quarterback Jacob Coker, who is still competing for with Blake Sims for the starting job. (al.com)

So many opportunities for drama, so little time.
Kevin Scarbinsky looks at the scenarios surrounding Alabama QB Jacob Coker and Blake Sims, and how first-year offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin figures all into this. And yes, I still haven't fully processed Kiffin being Nick Saban's OC yet either. (al.com)

Marshall Law. 
Marc Weiszer profiles Georgia tailback Keith Marshall, who is coming back following an ACL injury suffered during last season's Bulldog victory over Tennessee that prematurally ended his season. (via The Athens Banner-Herald)

Standing on the Edge.
Ole Miss starting QB Bo Wallace has the opportunity to break the Rebels career passing record this season. The record is currently held by former Ole Miss  and current New York Giants starting QB Eli Manning. (gulflive.com)

Waking Up the Neighbors. 
Randy Rosetta profiles LSU fullback Connor Neighbors. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)

Easier Said Than Done?
And the Valley Shook looks at it claims "is perhaps the easiest schedule LSU has had in a decade." Part of that is due to having Florida and Kentucky as it's Eastern division opponents this season.

Farmers vs. Chickens.
Sean Lester provides "Five things Texas A&M fans need to know about" their new cross-division rival South Carolina before Thursday's first-ever meeting between the two schools. (The Dallas Morning News)

Farmers vs. Chickens, Part Deux.
Team Speed Kills wonders what happens if Texas A&M manages to beat South Carolina on Thursday.  The Gamecocks are a 10.5 point favorite, according to Yahoo!


Insanity


Farmers vs. Chickens, Part Tres.
Good Bull Hunting's first THE TAILGATE of the 2014 college football season previews Texas A&M at South Carolina, complete with a visit from a faux-Steve Spurrier making scandalous comments about Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Miss Reveille. And you wonder why this item got placed here.

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