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SEC Quotable

The Wiz of Odds blasts the SEC in his latest writeup at Covers.com

The reality is that the SEC in 2009 consists of Alabama, Florida and a bunch of nobodies. In nonconference games against Division I-A opponents, SEC teams are a pedestrian 14-11 against the spread. In nonconference play against teams from Bowl Championship Series conferences, the record is 4-7. That’s a .363 percentage, the worst of the six BCS conferences.

As we've said on here plenty o' times, things are cyclical.  The SEC is the conference best positioned to dominate college football and has the most intense fan base, but the rumors of its invincibility have long been more fable than reality.

Its an old, tired debate but a good kick to the groin every now and then (while still voting Alabama No. 1, heh) hopefully keeps people honest and the whole discussion in perspective.



Thumbs Up For Gus Malzahn

Football Outsiders' 'Varsity Numbers' college football space takes a look at Gus Malzahn's college career and brief showing so far with Auburn and finds his impact explosive.

Malzahn has to be considered the main cause for the sudden success. While it's nice that he has brought some early excitement to Auburn, the fact that the team's numbers have been so closely in line with Malzahn's offensive identity may be a sign of sustained prosperity.


AMAZING Florida Stat

As seen moments ago on ESPN's College Football Live:

Florida has scored 30 or more points in 13 straight SEC games (!)(!)(!)  Unreal.


Gus Malzahn Quotable

From an interview with AL.com's The Auburn Beat blog:

Q: Is it easier to take more chances or risks at a program like that versus a BCS-type program?

A: I don't know. I don't care what league or level you're in, you've got to do whatever gives your guys the best chance to be successful. I don't think it's any more of a risk at that level. I think you see the game changing each year. Even look at what Oklahoma did last year. They ran a no-huddle pace like we did at Tulsa. I really see the game going that way.

Q: To ask that another way, do you think other conferences, such as the Big 12, have been quicker to embrace new ideas on offense than, say, the SEC?

A: There might be some truth to that. It's pretty traditional in the SEC. It's probably one of the last conferences to have a little bit of an open mind as far as doing different things on offense. I think Florida's the team that's the most unique, and, of course, they've had great success.


Coaches Atwitter 6/8/09

Tennessee head coach Lane Kiffin wants your support:

UCF LBs coach and recruiting coordinator doesn't want your food to get cold:

Eastern Michigan head coach Ron English wants to make you a star:


Coaches Atwitter 6/3/09

Minnesota head coach Tim Brewster one-upped Jay Paterno's countdown and gets it down to the minute:

Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian wants you to check out the page you're already looking at:

SMU head coach June Jones quotes the one of the oldest books on military strategy:

The Alabama coaching staff can't get enough noise:

Toledo head coach Tim Beckman wants you to know that the teaser trailer is about to be replaced: