Found April 30, 2012 on Friends of the Program:

Not for nothing, but I would own every one of your asses in some Nintendo Duck Tales.
  • RIP to LSU internet legend, Dandy Don [Dandy Don]
  • Phillip Sims is leaving Alabama.  Ole Miss is not mentioned as a possible landing spot.  This is confusing. [SBNation]
  • South Carolina got a hefty rapping about the head and shoulders by the NCAA [NCAA]
  • The Texas A&M spring game produced no clear winners at quarterback [MySanAntonio]
  • Mo Claiborne did not have time for your stupid tests [USAToday]
  • The Draft had plenty of SEC Speed, but sadly, no Stephen Garcia []
  • Arkansas had a slew of guys drafted [ArkSports360]
  • Why did Alshon Jeffery fall so far?  Answer, strangely, is not food related. [TSK]
  • Bobbie Massie had a rough weekend [ClarionLedger]
  • Jordan Jefferson got invited to rookie camp with Tampa Bay.  He should probably pack light. [NOLA]
  • Chandler Harnish is your Mr. Irrelevant [Dr. Saturday]
  • Auburn, a sexier place than previously thought [WarEagleReader]

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