Time to head down to Mississippi and see what the Dawgs and the Rebels are up to.
MSU blogger Gregg Ellis tells us that eight Bulldogs failed to qualify academically. I hate to see that. They are (according to Rivals.com):
|SIGNED LETTER OF INTENT||Pos||Stars||Ht||Wt||40||RR||Hometown|
|Korentheus Bailey||DT||6-3||248||5.5||5.4||Gainesville, GA|
|Maurice Crutison||LB||6-2||210||4.5||5.4||Port Gibson, MS|
|Antwon Dixon||DB||6-1||200||4.49||5.6||Terry, MS|
|Jazzmen Guy||DE||6-5||265||4.8||5.8||Hazlehurst, MS|
|Mike Hunt||DB||6-2||204||4.75||5.6||Meadville, MS|
|Colton Jenkins||OL||6-6||280||-||5.5||Winona, MS|
|O'Neal Wilder||WR||6-5||200||4.5||5.3||Carthage, MS|
He also names linebacker Antoine Walker, who doesn't appear on this list, as academically unqualified.
Hail Dear Ole State gives us an updated depth chart for MSU, but doesn't seem to be aware of the academic non-qualifiers in his notes.
Kyle Veazey has a conversation with MSU coach Sylvester Croom, and talks about it on his blog.
World Class Glass, an Ole Miss blogger, has this story about former Ole Miss player Patrick Willis, who has signed with the San Francisco 49ers.
The Hotty Toddy Blog continues with his series about how Ole Miss is perceived in the Big Ten.
Can the Czar at Jason's Jumbled Jargon takes a look at Ole Miss' non-conference basketball schedule. It isn't as laden with frosting as Florida's schedule is, I'll tell you that.