Today marks the return of the "Tuesday Morning Linkage." Yes, we know it is the afternoon and yes, that move to the AM hours will be made in the future. However, due to considerable computer problems the links were unable to be posted until this time. Enjoy folks as there certainly are some interesting things going on in the world of college football as we head into the early part of week seven.
Links after the jump...
Two interesting stories out of The State down in South Carolina where Alshon Jeffrey, the SEC's newest wide receiver phenom made a name for himself by single handedly carrying the Gamecocks past Kentucky Saturday.
In more far reaching news the SEC might have made a critical error in signing their mega deal with ESPN. Folks have decided that staying home is a lot cheaper on the pockets so stadiums aren't quite as full as university personnel would like them to be.
Heading out to the left coast there's news on one Mitch Mustain; the high school player of the year who transferred to USC only to never materialize again. Well he's back on the depth chart in LA.
Down in the Bayou folks are still miffed at why LSU's Gary Crowton got a $50,000 raise on Friday. His offense is ranked 109th nationally averaging 295 yards per game.
Sean Keeley of Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician goes a little further into the Ryan Nassib vs Greg Paulus debate as Doug Marrone concludes going with Paulus against Akron is the right choice.
GhostofBigRoy over at Burnt Orange Nation breaks down the plusses and all the minuses that came with Texas' game against Colorado as the Longhorns head into the Red River Shoot Out.