His lack of concern for your run-of-the-mill Twitter troll is becoming well known throughout our great country. Dustin Hockensmith of Pennlive.com has amassed some of Bret Bielema's greatest comebacks over the last five months.
Remember how Ryan Mallett dropped to the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft because of "character concerns"? Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald describes the quarterback as a near model citizen who has bettered himself as well as the community, and that's the reason multiple teams have made trade inquiries for him.
The folks at College Football News asked me to opine on the impact of Mitchell's transfer. In short, not much...if Brandon Allen stays healthy.
Bielema spoke to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently and touched on all those topics and more. Most of this link is written in a Q&A format, so you see Bielema elaborate on these topics. Interesting to see his recruiting philosophy regarding the state of Georgia. I'm sure the question was raised since this is the Atlanta paper, but it's the first time we remember Bielema discussing Georgia recruiting this bluntly.
I wrote this over a year ago for ArkansasSports360, but talk of the 9 game schedule is heating up again so I thought I'd post it as a refresher.
From Chris Murray: If the Hogs plan to host a regional in the CWS, they need wins, and rainouts against bad SEC teams hurt Arkansas' chances.
93.3 FM announced today that former Hog QB Clint Stoerner would be co-hosting a new morning sports talk show with former Hog basketball player, and former co-host on The Buzz, Pat Bradley. The show is set to debut May 6.
According to the Boston Globe, there is a slightly stronger chance Mallett will be dealt rather than staying in New England. The article cites Cleveland as a favorite to land Mallett if the Browns can come up with the 1st or 2nd round pick the Patriots reportedly covet.
Here's the two deep coming out of spring ball. It will change some by the time the first game gets here, but this is where everything currently stands.
The league postponed the press conference, but we still have a basic idea of what to expect from the announcement, and what that means for your SEC viewing future.