Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Links of Note

Links. Links. Links. Links. Links.

First and foremost. Never forget [CNN]

Unbelievable breakdown of how Nick Saban will try and stop Manziel. Keyword: Try [SB Nation]

Whitlock says it's not personal. Could have fooled me. [Deadspin]

How much caffeine is too much? [iO9]

What the heck is Sammy Sosa doing to himself? [CBS Sports]

How long is too long to stay at your job? Good info here. [The Week]

On what would be Bear Bryant's 100th birthday, a former player says Nick Saban is better. [Orlando Sentinel]

Sadie Robertson from Duck Dynasty was in New York modeling for Fashion Week [US Weekly]

U.S. clinches a World Cup berth with a 2-0 win over Mexico last night [USA Today]

Could be looking at a letdown game for the Gamecocks against Vandy this weekend [Augusta Chronicle]

Finally, a video....

Just doing my part. Over 40,000,000 views and rapidly counting. I hate everything.

Friday, August 30, 2013

Murray Keeps Dawgs On Top

Blessed with two backs capable of being stars in the SEC and all five starters returning on the offensive line, it would seem the Georgia Bulldogs' best chance of taming the Tide and playing for the last BCS crystal football rests squarely on the burly shoulders of their prized two-back attack.

It's easy to see why you might think that. I mean, just look at these guys.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Clemson's New Triple Option

Over the past ten years offenses in college football have evolved, revolved, and even devolved for some (see last years Sun Bowl). Earlier last decade--good god I'm talking about the 2000's--we watched the triple option reemerge onto the national scene as a great equalizer for undermanned teams, and as a way for talented teams to keep the ball in the hands of the most athletic playmakers while having a measured number advantage against the defense.