March 21st, 2014 12:00 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, Georgia, Kony Ealy, Lineman Max Copeland, Michael Sam, Nick Marshall
1. Urban Meyer on Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin: ”There has been a lot of publicity about Lane Kiffin and I having issues. There’s none. ”
2. Florida coach Will Muschamp on new offfensive coordinator Kurt Roper: “Just a really good teacher, very fundamental in his approach.”
3. What do Georgia players think of new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt? “I think he might be a little more meaner than Coach Grantham,”
4. Why is Georgia restricting media access to spring practice when other schools open up to media and fans alike?
5. 61-year old David Kotulski is Vanderbilt’s linebackers coach – and an expert in the 3-4 scheme.
6. Alabama center Ryan Kelly: “This is a big spring.”
7. Auburn offensive lineman Shane Callahan has gained 29 pounds – up to 304. Dead heat in the left tackle race between Patrick Miller and Shon Coleman.
8. Big focus for the Auburn offense - cutting down Nick Marshall’s fumbles in the pocket.
9. Texas A&M will have its first spring scrimmage on Saturday.
10. Focus at LSU’s Saturday scrimmage will be third-and-long situations.
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11. Mike DeCourcy: “Those who wonder where these supposed “upsets” come from… it’s often because the 12 seeds have no business being 12 seeds.”
12. Why did Florida struggle to win Thursday? Perhaps because Albany is not your average David.
14. In defense of Johnny Manziel: “He’s a tough, almost elastic dude, in fact the toughest guy I’ve covered…”
15. Could Jadeveon Clowney be reunited with safetey D.J. Swearinger in the NFL?
16. At Missouri’s pro day on Thursday, they came to watch defensive ends Kony Ealy and Michael Sam but a few others stood out. Lineman Max Copeland has lost 50 pounds and wants to be a fullback.
18. NCAA recorded a nearly $61 million surplus for its 2013 fiscal year.
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