Again, not really finding any good McNeese coverage out there. Shout if you know of some.
With the Bama upset last weekend, things have gotten very murky in the BCS picture, and potentially hazardous to the SEC. There is one thing that is certain, however. LSU and Auburn control their own destinies. While Boise St. will likely be #1 in next week's first official BCS rankings, LSU has a shot to jump all the way to the top in two weeks.
The Polls That Matter (SEC Power and the BlogPoll) are running behind schedule I suppose. They'll be posted as soon as they are available.
So what if Les Miles is the destroyer of dreams and chaos incarnate. I think I'll just stick to calling him coach.
Bama receiver Julio Jones fractured a bone in his hand and is questionable this week. Big Whoop. Rueben Randle played with a broken finger at Florida last week without making a fuss and said it only really bothered him when doing down field blocking.
There's a great draft scouting report on Zod. Here's a video interview with Avery Johnson (Zod's younger brother) about why he chose LSU.
This interview with Brad "Wing It" Wing is a few weeks old, but that's because it came by boat from Australian TV. The Wing interview starts at the 2:50 mark. Seeing International thoughts on college football is an odd experience.
It just keeps getting worse at UNC.
If nothing else, you really ought to take the time to read this SI article about Agents and college players. Marcus Spears shows up at one point, but only in a cameo role.