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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Wednesday links (10/14)

What's going on in college football today? I'm glad you asked. These links might provide some information ...
  • "That gives you guys more stuff to write about and have fun with and do your polls on who should start. This is more fun for you than if I say 'so and so is starting.' I'm giving you some cannon fodder."
  • The Wildcats' injury list is mounting. Reserve offensive lineman Jake Lanefski looks like he'll miss Saturday's game, writes Brett Dawson of the Louisville Courier-Journal. Cornerbacks Trevard Lindley and Paul Warford, plus quarterback Mike Hartline are already out.
  • Soak it in Auburn fans: the NCAA called Alabama a "repeat serial violator" with an "abysmal track record of infractions," writes Gentry Estes of the Mobile Press Register.
  • Replay missed a call in the Mississippi State-Houston game last week. Kyle Veazey of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger has a breakdown on his blog.
  • Tony Barnhart of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that the SEC championship game could also be the BCS title game if Alabama and Florida keep dominating like they have.
  • This doesn't seem to fit in with the spirit of the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. Jacksonville city officials are trying to curb excessive post-game drinking by reducing the number of vendors in Jacksonville Landing and not allowing wandering outdoor vendors to offer shots of liquor. Where's the fun in that?

1 comment:

Aeronaut said...

Re: Cocktail party.. I guess people will have to get hammered before the game.

Re: Alabama.. NCAA is all talk, no action.