Friday, May 21, 2010

Friday Morning Links

- Tyrek Rollison is transferring from Auburn to Sam Houston State after Cam Newton was named Auburn's starting QB. Rivals had Rollison as the #2 QB recruit in the nation for the 2009 recruiting class and was a huge signing for Auburn.

- More unhappy quarterbacks. Alabama back-up Star Jackson is also looking to transfer. Possibly to Georgia State. But don't cry for Nick Saban as he's got Phillip Sims waiting in the wings.

- Dr Saturday takes a look at Georgia Tech's Anthony Allen. He's a former Louisville RB who is poised to take over for Jonathon Dwyer this year. Allen averaged 9.7 yards per carry last year in a back-up role at Tech!

- Notre Dame and Miami are in negotiations for a 2012 game at Soldier Field. Where do I sign up to approve this?

- All-Conference BYU RB Harvey Unga's career with the Cougars is over due to a violation of the school's honor code.

- Pat Dooley ranks the SEC QBs.

- Boise State will open the 2011 schedule against Ole Miss. I have a feeling they won't get Zebransky'd like they did the last time they faced an SEC Opponent.

- Gator Zone has a list up of Phil Steele's Pre-Season All-Americans and All-SEC Teams.

- The Georgia Sports Blog takes a look at the Freshman QBs over the past 20 years at Georgia (David Greene, Matthew Stafford, Eric Zeier and Quincy Carter). You will never guess who had the best year. 

- Run, don't walk, and get the new album from The Black Keys.


J.Martin said...

Rollison basically got run out of Auburn a long time ago, guess its just official now. He didn't even go through spring practice. The Auburn Family started nudging him out the door as soon as it became apparent they were going to sign Newton.

Auburn also dismissed running back Dontae Aycock today. Much like Rollison, he was a big time late pick-up for the nascent Chizik Regime in 2009. Now he's gone, too. Coincedentally or not, this clears the way for all-world incoming freshman Michael Dyer to get into the RB rotation immediately. I'm guessing "not."

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