Friday, July 16, 2010

Friday Morning Links

 - Bobby Johnson has stepped down as Vanderbilt head coach. Read Tony Barnhart's article about it.

- Robbie Caldwell will be taking over at Vandy.

- Lambeau Field is interested in hosting a Big 10 Title Game.

- The NCAA is investigating the North Carolina football program. Uh Oh. 

- ESPN SEC blogger Chris Low lists his SEC East and West "All-Star Teams"

- Buck Belue wonders "What if Buck to Lindsay Scott never happened".

- UGA 4th string RB Dontavious Jackson, who was arrested earlier this week and promptly suspended for 6 games, is transferring.

- Some more information on the Tennessee night club brawl situation.

- Matt Hinton wonders what a good Virginia Tech offense looks like.

- Top recruit James Wilder Jr will be in Georgia this weekend visiting UGA and Tech as he continues to decide if he wants to play for one of the two teams in Georgia or Florida, Alabama or FSU. He's listed as the #1 recruit by ESPNU and #3 by Rivals.

- The Chicago Bears choose former BYU RB Harvey Unga in yesterday's NFL Supplemental Draft.

- South Carolina loses an OL for the season.

- In case you missed it we got linked up by the Seattle Times Husky Football Blog on Wed.

- In case you missed our interview with Michael Felder of In The Bleachers check it out here

- Here's the 5 bands I've been listening to the most frequently over the last few months: The Rolling Stones, Wilco, The Black Keys, Pavement and Drive-By Truckers.The Gaslight Anthem also have a new CD that's pretty good but I haven't had a chance to get into it to much yet.


Brandon said...

I really, really enjoyed the new Gaslight album when it first leaked, and after not listening to it for a few months it still held up quite nicely. I, personally, prefer "Sink or Swim" still, but this one is almost on par.

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