Wednesday, May 5, 2010

The Real Story Behind Zach Mettenberger's Dismissal and Other Links

Former University of Georgia quarterback Zach Mettenberger pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of misdemeanor sexual battery stemming from a March 7 incident in a bar in Remerton, Ga., near Valdosta.

Former Greater Atlanta Christian High School standout T-Bob Hebert has been suspended from the LSU football team following a DWI arrest, the New Orleans Times-Picayune is reporting.

Here is a word to the wise. If you’re around Alabama coach Nick Saban, don’t say anything about the Crimson Tide “defending” their national championship in 2010. “You can’t defend a championship because it is not the same team that won a year ago,” he said.

ACC v. SEC Money Numbers

Even without Tebow, Gators will win the SEC East again

Don't get overly worked up by rumors last week that it's a "done deal" that Missouri will leave the Big 12 and join the Big Ten. It's not a done deal, or even close.

The Patriots' fate in 2010 won't rest on Brandon Spikes' ability to beat Usain Bolt in a foot race, which is a good thing for all involved.

Saban, 2 other players vividly recall Kent State shootings

Arkansas Spring Wrap

Some rumors are flying around that Alabama and the U may play in the near future.

Rodriguez Was First In Line With Ultimatum To Notre Dame

Hope Can Drive a Man Insane: A Prospectus on the 2010 LSU Offense

NCAA Football ’11 Video Game: Real Assignment AI

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