Monday, September 11, 2006

Post - Weekend Columns

Not going to include as many this week, just a few that I have come across - feel free to pass along other notable columns:

Tony Barnhart with the Atlanta Journal Constitution writes a column discussing the huge upcoming weekend of college football and a few quick hitters from this past weekend.

According to Michael Ventre with MSNBC, the National Title game is already set. It's truly amazing the "National Respect" that USC and Notre Dame garner from the media. If a team survives undefeated in the SEC, they will be playing for the National Title this year. Period.

Memphis Commercial Appeal columnist, Ron Higgins, writes a nice piece on Sylvester Croom and his struggles at Mississippi State with the added perspective from Tommy Tuberville.

Ray Melick of the Birmingham News writes that Auburn has been focused on the LSU game for many months.

Nate Allen, columnist for The Benton County Daily Record, writes about Arkansas and their upcoming match-up with Vanderbilt. At one time Arkansas looked at this game as an easy "w," but not anymore. Houston Nutt attributes it to Vandy's improvement, but I challenge Nutt to look in the mirror and at his own team.

Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun discusses Florida's domination of the C-USA and looks ahead to their upcoming weekend game with Tennessee.

Jim Kleinpeter of the New Orleans Times Picayune compares the start of LSU's 2006 season to that of the 2005 season.


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