Blogtoberfest: Because you can actually have one during spring practice time.
Pelini promises multiples! The article begins with some kind of rhetoric about Pelini sounding like a husband, but we don't know many husbands who go around promising "multiple packages" with confidence and ease. If they do, they're usually swingers, and if there's one thing to condemn about swinging, it's the lack of taste in snack food. (It's always cocktail weenies, ironically enough.)
It did not exist, so they had to invent it. Rich Brooks Bourbon. It's for charity. That's not bullshit. Drink up, humanitarians, as all proceeds from the Makers' Mark Special Edition go to a local music extension program to bring music programs to Kentucky schoolchildren.
We repeat: Rich Brooks is asking you to drink for charity. Bottoms up, motherfuckers.
UGA Looking For Replacement for Brandon Spikes' personal tackling dummy. No obvious replacements for Knowshon Moreno yet, as the walk-on Kalvin Daniels pushed for playing time behind Caleb King and Carlton Thomas in practice. ARP IT STILL BURNS. Meanwhile, the Senator has wrathful thoughts at excerpts from an upcoming book about the politics at UGA, which confirms that Michael Adams is basically the huge asshole you think he is.
Le Cutback, Coming to Tennessee: Rocky Top Talk has a superb and glossy summary of zone blocking schemes, coming this season to Knoxville with the Lane Kiffin Experience on offense.
Corn usually tends to run right through people. Nebraska is eight years gone from having their last real playmaker, and that's if you count Eric Crouch, which people in Nebraska do, and people other places besides the Big 12 kind of don't.
Sergio Kindle boxes. This is kind of like handing a shark an M-4 and teaching him how to use it properly, but it's happening, and the public should know about it.