Found March 19, 2013 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - SEC news and notes.  Feels Like Forever. Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron says that he feels like he's been in Tuscaloosa "15 years." (al.com) Mister Jones and me tell each other fairy tales. Ivan Maisel looks at the challenges facing first-year Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones during his first spring practice in Knoxville. (ESPN) What, me worry. Ole Miss' back up QB's Barry Brunetti and Maikhail Miller are struggling in spring practice, while starter Bo Wallace is still recovering from shoulder surgery. Think Rebel HC Hugh Freeze is concerned? Of course he is. (The Jackson Clarion-Ledger) Recruiting LSU recruiting news. Texas high school junior wide receiver Tony Upchurch commits to LSU's 2014 recruiting class. (And the Valley Shook)
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