James Varney of the Times-Picayune agrees with me.
Take a wild guess who I picked for LSU and Georgia...
I couldn't go with Chad Jones for special teams player. Sure, he had that touchdown return, but he followed it up with a bone-headed attempt at fielding a ball inside the five.
I went out on a limb with a few of these. But I have a feeling UT may be about to get Crompton'd again.
Quick look around the league and who and what to watch for this weekend -- Harry Coleman could be in for a big game against Mississippi state
Quick roundup of the weekend's action from the CFN SEC Bloggers (including yours truly).
No. 3 USC (2-0) at Washington (1-1) Upset Special: Yep -- I'm going for broke with this one. It's a classic letdown game for USC. Husky Stadium will be revved up, Washington quarterback Jake Locker can cause problems for any defense and the Trojans' offense showed against Ohio State it's still quite clearly a work in progress -- and that was before quarterback Matt Barkley hurt his shoulder. Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/stewart_mandel/09/17/week-3/index.html?eref=sihpT1#ixzz0RTbPTI4E
I've seen the Tulane contract referenced as "Skip's Folly", and frankly I think that's right. Why anyone ever thought doing home-and-homes with Tulane was a good idea I will never know.
I guess Richard is right about the line and I'm wrong. The SEC league office honored Alem for being Alem. Congrats!
Here's a quick look at some players that could be in for a big week three.