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When the morning muse strikes, the Talking Points get demoted to Things I Learned at Lunch:
Strange: Stud-dee, stud-dee, ace that exam : Columns : GoVolsXtra.com
Mike Strange is daydreaming on the job. And he must have eaten something Bob Hodges killed with his bare hands. For future reference, the answer to the question “May I recommend the cajun possum chili — NUCLEAR HOT!” is “No.”
There Simply is No Basis for Believing Lane Kiffin Will Succeed – Dawg Sports
Reserving comment on this one for tomorrow morning’s muse. Put ‘em up, Kyle!
Will Urban Meyer abandon the spread-option once Tim Tebow leaves?
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Meyer fooling with the system that has won him two out of the last three national championships will go down as either genius or idiotic. Here’s hoping for the latter!
Goins’ enrollment to wait until July
Goins not goin to enroll under second session. Har.
BIG 12 HARDBALL will be blogging and tweeting live from the CWS! – Big 12 Hardball
Raise your hand if you knew the College World Series was about to happen. Uh-huh.
For those with your hands raised, check out Big 12 Hardball, which will be blogging and tweeting live from the event this weekend. LSU’s participating, and they will apparently have their paws full with Virginia Saturday.
- The NCAA is doing what they do, making rules and revising them when they think they don’t work and sometimes revising them when they do work to make them don’t work so that they have something to do later. Grubby fingerprints all over block/charge calls (no charges under the basket; fine), who can shoot free throws after an injury (the fouling team’s coach selects from the victim team’s players on the court; will soon be known as the “MAUL THE POINT GUARD RULE”), and the expanded use of replay (can now be used to determine if a foul was flagrant; because everything looks exactlly the same in slowmo).
Understanding Zone Blocking and Florida State’s Offensive Line – Tomahawk Nation
TN takes a look at zone blocking. Good job, but I’m still fond of hooper’s post on the subject despite the fact that hooper continues to hate on Eric Berry.
- And finally . . .Evaluating the Mechanics of Big Ten Quarterbacks – Adam Weber – The Rivalry, Esq.
The Rivalry guys are doing an excellent job on an interesting series about how young men move with footballs.