(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)
The SEC could decide today if annual cross-division rivalries such as Georgia-Auburn and Alabama-Tennessee will continue, or be shelved in the name of "progress." (The Birmingham News)
It's just a flesh wound.
Tennessee linebacker Herman Lathers says that an injury to his left ankle won't stop him. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)
Let's Stay Together.
Spencer Hall makes his argument for Florida and LSU to remain cross-division rivals. (EDSBS)
Let's call the whole thing off.
Citing conflicts with the Big Ten-Pac-12 scheduling pact, Ohio State cancels 2020-21 home-at-home series with Georgia. (The Athens Banner Herald)
Signs, signs, everywhere signs.
Georgia head football coach Mark Richt on those billboards Missouri is plastering all over SEC territory: “I’ve seen a couple of those.” (The At...
In an article posted at ESPN’s DawgNation, David Ching makes one thing very clear, if Georgia hopes to earn a trip to the BCS, they will need their offense to be more than just “methodical”. …Under Mark Richt, the Bulldogs have been one of the most consistently strong programs in the country, but that consistency hasn’t paid off with a trip to a BCS Championship Game. Another...
Tyrone, Ga., CB Shaq Wiggins committed to Georgia in February. And while he's committed to Mark Richt and staff, he's still keeping busy this summer with multiple camp stops. Wiggins, a four-star prospect, was in Oxford, Miss., for Ole Miss elite camp over the weekend.