I may be a little late on this one, and if I am then I apologize, but I hadn't heard anything about an official launch. The SEC-DN seems to be up and running. I'm currently watching last years Ole' Miss game. I'm not sure if it's fully-functional yet but it appears to be working.
9/4 San Jose St. 9/11 Penn State 9/18 @Duke 9/25 @Arkansas 10/2 Florida 10/9 @S. Carolina 10/16 Ole Miss 10/23 @Tennessee 10/30 OFF 11/6 @LSU 11/13 Mississippi St. 11/20 Georgia St. 11/26 Auburn
This is one of Dan Mullen's new kids...
"That is up to the NCAA," Saban said. "I don't think it's my decision to do anything. We are hoping for a response and we want to do what we need to do to do things the right way from a program standpoint and for the players' best interest. I think the institution has handled the situation with tremendous professional integrity. We're hopeful that we'll have some kind of resolution to this situation in the short term."
As expected Deadrick will not play on Saturday, and it appears that Dareus will be the starter.
It'd be nice to see Coffee get in the 5-10 carry range. Maybe finish with 100-125 carries this season give or take. Basically it's more a question of how many carries will be needed to keep Gore fresh... Coffee won't be a home-run hitter for this team, but he'll definitely get a good dose of work.Fooch from Niner's Nation talking about our boy on SB Nation Chargers blog, Bolts From The Blue.
Of the 30 players (aside from special teams) listed as second- or third-teamers on Auburn’s depth chart, would you like to know how many are either first-year players, walk-ons, or have switched positions since last fall? 21. Yep: 21. A full 70 percent.That comes from Jerry, formerly of the JCCW, now at his home over at the War Eagle Reader. It's a shame that one of the best named blogs out there is no longer active, but Jerry is still doing his usual work, and as you'll see if you read, it's as good as always.