DAY TWO: Wrappin' it up
The best is yet to come for you all, of course. Gene Chizik leads off tomorrow morning.
Until then, though, let's review the best of today's drivel.
- Vanderbilt coach Robbie Caldwell, pictured at left, revealing that his first job was inseminating turkeys.
- South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier pats himself on the back for only having one player arrested during his time in Columbia, though he noted the charges were dropped. Why are college players being arrested more often? Spurrier says it's because law enforcement actually enforces the law now.
- Caldwell becomes the first SEC coach in history to reference "frog giggin'" when asked about what he did for fun growing up in rural South Carolina.
- Georgia receiver A.J. Green's awkward no-comment answers when asked about reports that he attended the spring party in Miami that has piqued the NCAA's interest.
- Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino reveals that his players must "friend" the team's director of football operations if they plan to have a Facebook page. That allows coaches to monitor what players says on their pages. Gives you that 1984 vibe, no?
- Spurrier says he's no longer the coach who gives outlandish answers, explains that he's not winning enough to be that guy.
Photo credit: Butch Dill/AP
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