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NCAA Shelves 10-Second Rule

CFB rules committee tabled 10-second rule proposal, sources told @ESPN. Oversight panel will not vote on rule Thursday

From Brett McMurphy So there you go. The proposed 10-second rule for allowing substitutions is not going to happen. It's technically not totally dead, but it's not getting a vote either.

Saban Denies Interest in Texas, Again

"I don't know where y'all get these reports. I don't know where y'all get your information, but I've already commented on all of this stuff," Saban said at his Wednesday press conference. "There's nothing new or different that's ever happened. I'm very committed to the University of Alabama. Love being here. Talk about it before, don't need to talk about it again."

Nick Saban has to deny interest in Texas again I know fans of a lot of programs get anxious when there's talk of their coach possibly leaving. Well, all of this business with Saban is proof that nearly every good coach is not immune to talk of a jump elsewhere. If no one has an eye on your head man, that's when it's time to worry. As for Saban, I don't think he's going anywhere. I do, however, get a kick out of him getting angrier and angrier with each time he's forced to issue a denial of something. Hopefully the potential stability of a new AD being named at Texas won't end all of the rumormongering.

Gordon Gee on the SEC

"You tell the SEC when they can learn to read and write, then they can figure out what we're doing," Gee said, when asked by a questioner how to respond to SEC fans who say the Big Ten can't count because it now has 14 members.

Gordon Gee, who also said many, many other stupid things

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Will’s got a plan. Will coached under the devil himself for seven years. I only did three. He did seven. And his DNA is not any different than Nick

Tim Davis, who coaches at Florida, discuss his time and Will Muschamp's time under Nick Saban. There were further shots later

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SEC commish Mike Slive said SEC/ESPN press conference to announce SEC Network will be May 2 in Atlanta

From Brett McMurphy I have a feeling a delay this long (from April 16) has less to do with allowing enough time to pass from the awful events in Boston that postponed it in the first place and more to do with find a day that all of the VIPs could reschedule to. More than enough time has passed now, but many who will attend are busy people.

Not official until Sunday, but Johnny Football's going to Disney World. Capital One Bowl will pick...

Not official until Sunday, but Johnny Football's going to Disney World. Capital One Bowl will pick Texas A&M

From Brett McMurphy This makes complete sense. Texas A&M hasn't played a bowl in Florida since the 1978 Hall of Fame Bowl (now Outback), so it will be a new destination for fans. The team will also probably have the reigning Heisman Trophy winner running an exciting offense. It makes perfect sense from a bowl committee's perspective. It also means that the SEC Championship Game loser will tumble down the bowl lineup if it can't finish third in the BCS ahead of Florida (which probably won't happen).

Breaking: Georgia WR Michael Bennett tore his ACL yesterday and is out for the rest of the season,...

Breaking: Georgia WR Michael Bennett tore his ACL yesterday and is out for the rest of the season, per UGA.

From Seth Emerson on Twitter This is news you never want to hear. Georgia has had the best passing attack in the conference so far this season.

Rogers Redding, NCAA ref boss, says rule requiring players to sit a play for helmet off has not cut...

Rogers Redding, NCAA ref boss, says rule requiring players to sit a play for helmet off has not cut number of helmets flying off in games.

Tweet from Ray Glier. All the new rule has done is get people to talk about the new rule. At least the new kickoff rule is working as intended.

"Last year we weren’t coached very well. We weren’t as smart as players as we are this year with a...

"Last year we weren’t coached very well. We weren’t as smart as players as we are this year with a change on defense." McNeal said. "Last year, we put on kind of a clown show, a lot of guys not doing their work and not doing their job. This year, we just detailed our work."

Brutal Honesty Demetruce McNeal is much happier with this year's Auburn defense than last year's. You could argue they still put on a bit of a clown show in allowing 410 yards and 28 points to ULM, but who's counting?
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