Good Wednesday morning, everyone. Anyone still basking in the afterglow from Saturday’s beatdown of Auburn while wearing your Georgia apparel every day for all your Gator neighbors to see like I have been doing in my south Florida neighborhood? Not much eye contact lately...
First off, congrats to coach Mark Fox and his Fox Hounds. They played another exciting game last night against a good NCAA Tourney worthy team that belies their 5-4 record. K-Dub has the details here. Georgia will be back in action a week from Saturday at UMass after finals.
The big news at the moment continues to be Tennessee’s pursuit of Mel Tucker as head coach (evidently 1 of 3 serious candidates) and Texas A&M’s keen interest in wide receivers coach James Coley as Jimbo Fisher’s offensive coordinator. Our sister SBNation Tennessee site is doing a great job wading through the chaos of the coaching search in Knoxville regarding Tucker and others. Can you believe this saga is now in its 25th day since Booch got canned? Here’s AJC’s write- up Coley.
Success creates opportunities for assistant coaches - always has and always will.
Change is constant in everything - The Senator has a rundown on stuff going on at other SEC schools.
A bit more on the Ole Miss transfer decision.
Sam Pittman was in-house visiting blue-chip offensive line recruit Cade Mays at his parents home in Knoxville. Most recruiting services feel that this is a Georgia-Clemson battle at the moment.
In case you missed it, here’s a nice story on Jake Fromm from the WWL.
Georgia vs. Oklahoma: Some coaches weigh in and break down the Rose Bowl.
Remember when former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops visited Athens back in early October? Yeah, kind of ironic.
That’s all I got. As Always,