But if we're at the point where we're dissecting his buyout, that's just an all around bad sign.
Michael Dyer has washed out of two programs, but the former BCS National Championship Game MVP is working to get his life back in order.
Yahoo! Sports has done a profile of Terrance Donnels, better known as LSUFreek. Read up here on the poignant story of the artist behind the hilarious animated gifs.
Houston is going to be getting a neutral site game series like Atlanta and Dallas have, and Mississippi State will be breaking it in by taking on Oklahoma State.
Next year's Cowboys Classic participants will be LSU and TCU. TCU won the 2010 game over Oregon State, while LSU beat Oregon in last year's edition.
John L. Smith's press conferences are weekly opportunities for WTF-type statements. In this edition, he accidentally refers to Arkansas as Alabama and actually answers a question as to whether Bobby Petrino will next coach at Kentucky or Auburn. You can't make this guy up.
Steven Godfrey found the marine who screamed at a Texas player last weekend. Find out the whole story of what was going on with that.
This is a thorough article regarding the SEC's suspensions for hits and a bit on the history of trying to legislate hits to the head out of the game. It was written by Georgia beat writer Gentry Estes, so it's largely from UGA's perspective, but the suspensions have definitely gotten the attention of the league's coaches.
Bill Connelly, of Rock M Nation and Football Outsiders and general SBN fame, is going on an SEC road trip beginning today. He's heading down from Columbia, MO through Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia to eventually get to the other Columbia for the Mizzou-South Carolina game. He's then returning home through Tennessee and Kentucky. Head on over to this introductory post to give him your best southern road trip advice. It should be fun.
The Sports Business Journal has a new article up describing what's going on with the planned SEC television channel. Hit the link to see how it's going and why the conference is going to need to spend money to make money.