March 14th, 2014 12:30 PM║ Posted By: Mike Mitchell ║ Permalink
║ Schools: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
Tags: Alabama, Auburn, Cyrus Kouandjio, JUCO, LSU, NFL
1. The frenzy over Tennessee redshirt freshman quarterback Riley Ferguson. “He is Peyton Manning with quicker feet, Heath Shuler with more accuracy, Casey Clausen with a bigger arm.”
2. Tennessee offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian on wide receiver and JUCO transfer Von Pearson: “Von’s very, very, very talented.”
3. High winds do some damage to Neyland Stadium’s Jumbotron.
4. Who will replace Cyrus Kouandjio at left tackle for Alabama?
5. Jonathon Mincy will be expected to provide leadership in the Auburn secondary this fall.
7. Nine SEC staffs had some turnover this offseason. Here’s a rundown of who’s in and who’s out.
8. Bruce Pearl’s top six programs in the SEC apparently don’t include Auburn.
0. Former Auburn coach Sonny Smith on the challenges the program faces: ”What makes the job somewhat difficult is the area that it’s located in.”
10. An argument to give Alabama coach Anthony Grant one more season.
11. LSU and Kentucky will meet for the third time this season. Tigers forward Johnny O’Bryant: “Oh, man, I can’t wait. Can’t wait.”
12. Would a signature victory over Florida be enough to push Missouri in to the NCAA Tournament?
13. Florida forward Casey Prather: ”I feel like as long as we continue to stay on the path we’re going, then we’ll have no trouble.”
14. Atlanta-area starters a big part of Georgia’s success this season. Bulldogs beat Ole Miss by one point in their only regular season matchup.
15. Tennessee opens tournament play with South Carolina. Coach Cuonzo Martin: ”I think the guys are loose.”
16. This breakdown of the NCAA Tournament says Arkansas’ loss yesterday has cost them a bid.
17. ESPN’s Mel Kiper projects three Texas A&M players going in the first ten picks of the NFL draft. Expects three Alabama players to go in first round.
18. Brent Musburger out – Chris Fowler in as play-by-play announcer for ABC’s Saturday night college football broadcast.
19. Former chief executive of the Fiesta Bowl is headed to prison.
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