clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Friday Links, Quips, and Around the Web

Tajh Boyd has been getting positive marks from the staff so far.  Be careful not to jump too quickly to conclusions, so read this P&C article with late-summer intentions in mind.

P&C also discusses Swinney's attempts to reinforce basic fundamentals and strategies this first week of practice.  P&C briefly discusses DeAndre McDaniel being named to the Jim Thorpe watch list.

The State further discusses some concerns that the Tigers have heading into the '10 season

Mason Cloy has made a decision about his future following his time at Clemson.  Cloy has decided to join the military as an officer following his playing days at Death Valley.  Military service and dedication shows a lot about a person's character and leadership.  Hopefully Cloy can utilize some of his leadership skills here with our football team.

Hit the jump for more around the blogosphere and a sweet UGA orientation/marketing/something or another that will, at a minimum, make their PR department think a little more about next year's promo video.

Our fine feathered friends over at Garnet and Black Attack have been pretty busy leading up to the start of fall practice.  This crew has begun outlining keys to success for the Gamecocks in '10 as well as previewing this season's opponents.

If you don't have Tomahawk Nationbookmarked, now would be a great time to put these guys in your Internet reading rotation.  These guys are the authority on Seminole football and evaluate all aspects of the "Nole program.  These folks are giving preseason opponent previews as well as insightful Jimbo Fisher and Christian Ponder predictions as FSU tries to re-establish itself as one of the college game's elite programs.

Dawg Sports has been focusing on both Georgia and the SEC schedule.  They have also been tackling questions about Mark Richt, defending their overall dominance against Florida, and have even been reading our blog.  These guys are all right (even if they are Georgia fans).

The Gobbler Countryboys are looking at the strengths of conference and non-conference opponents (nicely placed through bourbon shots) as the Hokies look to live up to big expectations this season.  

From the Rumble Seathas some sort of countdown going on along with a nice graphical illustration of ACC success against members of other conferences.

Bamafan is always ready for football season, and RBR is no exception.  These guys get after it covering the defending champs, so give them a read to see what sacrifices are being made this football season.

Finally, I saw this gem cruising the net (thanks EDSBS).  Niiice: