So what we have here, ladies and gentlemen, are the very best of the SEC conference blog posts of today. Of course, you can sort through and read them all yourself, if you want, or you can take my advice, and have a look at these:
- Gamecock Central reports that the people at the USA Today Coach's poll are unhappy with Steve Spurrier.
- MaconDawg at Dawg Sports:
How absolutely batcrap crazy is the SEC East this season? A Georgia blogger (yours truly) and a Tennessee blogger (Aerobab of Rocky Top Talk) agree that we both covet the starting quarterback at Kentucky. When was the last time you could have gotten that consensus? Probably when Bear Bryant was in Lexington coaching up George Blanda and Babe Parilli.
- Gatorpilot at Orange and Blue Hue says that Florida State can't sell season tickets. He thinks maybe the schedule is a problem.
- Mergz at Saurian Sagacity says Notre Dame is increasingly irrelevant, and provides the statistics to back that up.
- Further to my earlier post on the subject, Swamp Ball's ejruiz says that Florida's basketball schedule could come back to haunt them.
- Outside the Sidelines analyzes home field advantage, and concludes ... well, read the post!
- The Tide fans at Roll 'Bama Roll have a favorite SEC road destination. Try to guess it before you click the link.
- The Tide Druid has this excellent post about the SEC teams affected by the subpoenas from Andrew Cuomo, Attorney General of New York State.
- The Hotty Toddy Blog asks this question about Ole Miss: "How do we compare?"
- Travis at Hail Dear Old State has seen enough letters, and would like to solve the puzzle.
- Arliss at the Mississippi State Basketball blog looks at where MSU is, and where it is going.
- Rob Gidel at Sports Talk on KentuckySportsRadio has a mid-afternoon football update, and it is a doozy.