Pregame Warm-Up Pod Cast: Week 9

It’s Friday morning and Jon Dove from, Michael Felder from and Jason Madson are back for another pod cast. This week we discuss wearing another man’s jersey, I do it all the time!  The beer draft is explained by Jon Dove. We also discuss which coaches, or assistant coaches, would make good head coaching candidates.  In the Week 9 Conference Talk we hit on topics like the Mizzou @ Nebraska showdown, who is a better Heisman candidate: Terrelle Pryor or John Clay, East Carolina @ UCF discussion, we talk about the QB play in the Stanford @ Washington game, talk about some BCS hypotheticals, make our weekly picks and finish off the show with the “World Famous” Prospect Quick Fire, Blaine Gabbert is among the prospects we discuss.  Enjoy!


Week 9 in the SEC



With only a few more weeks left into the regular season of the 2010 FBS season; the match-ups get a little bit more intense and the wins matter more, Auburn has their eyes on the prize and looks like nothing will stop them.  Cam Newton probably wrapped up the Heisman Trophy barring any type of fall back the next couple of weeks; but really who is going to contain him? Green, Jones and Jeffery looking like the best WR’s in the conference with solid performances week in and week out.  With Auburn currently ranked 1st on the BCS standings; question is can they maintain that rank to play in the BCS Title game? The only game I’m afraid of it if they fall into a trap game, they still have to face Alabama and that can be a huge game. 

With that being said lets check out the action last week in the SEC as they’re some close games and a blowout or two. 

OLE MISS – 24 @ (21) ARKANSAS – 38



(6) LSU – 17 @ (5) AUBURN – 24

  • QB – CAM NEWTON (AUB) – 10/16 86YDS / 28CAR 217YDS 2TDS


(19) SOUTH CAROLINA – 21 @ VANDY – 7

  • QB – STEPHEN GARCIA (SC) – 31/39 355YDS 2TDS 1INT
  • WR – TORI GURLEY (SC) – 13REC 109YDS 1TD


KNOXVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 23: Trent Richardson  of the Alabama Crimson Tide runs with the ball during the SEC game against the Tennessee Volunteers at Neyland Stadium on October 23, 2010 in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

(7) ALABAMA – 41 @ TENNESSEE – 10



UAB – 24 @ (24) MISSISSPPI STATE – 29




  • WR – AJ GREEN (GEO) – 6REC 86YDS
  • QB – MIKE HARTLINE (KEN) – 27/43 353YDS 4TDS 1INT



  1. AUBURN             5-0         8-0
  2. ALABAMA         4-1         7-1
  3. LSU                      4-1         7-1
  4. S. CAROLINA     3-2         5-2
  5. MISS STATE       2-2         6-2
  6. ARKANSAS        2-2         5-2
  7. GEORGIA            3-3         4-4        
  8. FLORIDA            2-3         4-3
  9. KENTUCKY       1-4         4-4
  10. VANDY               1-3         2-5
  11. OLE MISS            1-3         3-4
  12. TENN                   0-4         2-5


Notes – Auburn is currently 1st in the BCS Standings while Alabama is 7th and LSU 12th.  QB Cam Newton currently has 1364yds passing, and 1077yds rushing with a total of 27 touchdowns; Heisman is his to lose.

Lets take a look at the upcoming games this weekend in the SEC.


               I don’t expect this one to be close as I see QB Stephen Garcia continuing to have a stellar season putting up very impressive numbers.  The Volunteers will remain winless in the SEC and Lattimore and Jeffery will put up numbers in this one. 

SOUTH CAROLINA – 34 v. Tennessee – 13


               Can’t believe the Gators aren’t in the top 25, but I seen it coming when Tebow left.  The question in this one is can the Gators defense stop Murray, Ealey and Green? The answer to that will be no, and the Bulldogs will go into Gatorville and give them their 4th straight loss and will have Meyers sweating, but I don’t think his job should be on the hot seat, hard to replace Tebow in College football.  Florida will give it their best as they’re at home but the Bulldogs will prove too much firepower on offense.



               Can you say trap game? No I don’t think so, Cam Newton and company will handle their business as nobody has been able to contain Cam yet; so why would the Rebels? Auburn will keep rolling in this one as the past couple weeks has been close games; this one will turn into a blowout, early! Maybe Cam can throw for 200 and run for 200, or is that a given? The BCS title game is in their view; they know it. 

AUBURN – 47 @ OLE MISS – 17


               Mississippi State keeps on rolling, after their victory over Florida a couple weeks ago they got into the top 25 and moved up one spot in each of the past 2 weeks.  With the Wildcats putting up points the last few weeks and not winning; there due for a win and I think they’ll get it here.



               The Razorbacks are going to be no contest for Vandy, Ryan Mallett should have a tremendous day and have no problem connecting with Childs. 

ARKANSAS – 43 v. VANDY – 10

Written by Brandon “Bee” Salamat.  Follow him on Twitter @TruGentleman808.



So week 7 is in the books in this amazing 2010 college football season and before I begin I just have to say one thing, Cam Newton IS YOUR 2010 FBS Heisman, Denard who? Kellen who? Martinez who? Yes its Cam whose the best player in the country and leading his Auburn Tigers into title contention; a couple more tough tasks on the way but I’m sure they’ll be fine and nothing wrong with seeing Auburn in the BCS title game, I’m sure the nation would love to watch Cam Newton!

Last week there were a couple surprises, and of course the game I called the “hangover” game for the Gamecocks; fresh off beating the previous #1 ranked team Alabama I knew they’d have their hands full with the Kentucky Wildcats and I thought they could pull out the victory but I was wrong, they fell short by 3 points.  Kentucky won that game in the 2nd half as they outscored the Gamecocks 21-0 when it looked like South Carolina was going to roll thru them, Garcia was on fire in the 1st half.  The Georgia Bulldogs put the beatdown on Vandy as they crushed them at home 43 to 0 and All-American WR AJ Green only had 3receptions? With that blowout Bulldogs didn’t need Murray to pass much and just keep pounding the ball.  The freebie of the week LSU welcomes McNeese State to town and took care of business, not as expected but a win is a win; could you imagine if they lost this game? My kudos points goes to Mississippi State holding Florida to 7 points in their own backyard; yeah I say that’s domination at its finest, do you think the Gator Nation misses one Tim Tebow? Alabama hung on to beat Ole Miss in a game where I figured they’d take their frustration out on Ole Miss being that they just lost their #1 ranking and Ingram and Richardson were contained once again; they’re still in the hunt for the BCS title game but will have to be impressive down the stretch and also faces Auburn still.  Lastly, the game of the day in the SEC was between the Auburn Tigers and the Arkansas Razorbacks who turned in what was suppose to be a football game into a college basketball score.  Cam Newton was amazing, Auburn defense took out Mallett and can anyone contain Newton? Cam Newton took this game over and never looked back as the Tigers beat the Razorbacks 65 to 43, crazy!


  1. 1. Auburn
  2. 2. Alabama
  3. 3. LSU
  4. 4. South Carolina
  5. 5. Georgia
  6. 6. Mississippi State
  7. 7. Florida
  8. 8. Arkansas
  9. 9. Kentucky
  10. 10. Ole Miss
  11. 11. Vandy
  12. 12. Tennessee




ATLANTA - NOVEMBER 28:  Washaun Ealey #24 of the Georgia Bulldogs rushes upfield against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Bobby Dodd Stadium on November 28, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
  • GEORGIA – QB – AARON MURRAY – 15/24 287yards 2tds
  • GEORGIA – RB – WASHAUN EALEY – 17car 123yards 1td
  • GEORGIA – WR – KRIS DURHAM – 4rec 112yds 1td
  • ARKANSAS – QB – TYLER WILSON – 25/34 332yds 4tds 2int
  • ARKANSAS – WR – GREG CHILDS – 9rec 164yds 2td
  • AUBURN – QB – CAM NEWTON – 10/14 140yds 1td 25car 188yds 3tds
  • SOUTH CAROLINA – RB – MARCUS LATTIMORE – 15car 79yds 2td 4rec 133yds 1td
  • SOUTH CAROLINA – QB – STEPHEN GARCIA – 20/32 382yds 2td 2int
  • KENTUCKY – QB – MIKE HARTLINE – 32/42 349yds 4tds
  • KENTUCKY – WR – CHRIS MATTHEWS – 12rec 177yds 1td
  • LSU – RB – MICHAEL FORD – 10car 86yds 2tds
  • ALABAMA – QB – GREG MCELROY – 17/25 219yds 2td
  • ALABAMA – RB – TRENT RICHARDSON 11car 45yds 5rec 101yds 1td




OLE MISS @ (21) ARKANSAS – Unsure if Mallett will play in this game, backup Wilson should take over as he did quite nice against Auburn last week; and faces a much weaker opponent this week in Ole Miss.  Look for Childs to have another monster game and the Razorbacks to bounce back in the win column in this one as their at home. 


(6) LSU @ (5) AUBURN – The battle of the Tigers and by far the game of the week for the SEC as well in college football in general.  One of them is going to end up with their 1st lost on the season; and I bet you it’ll be a tiger. Joke aside; Auburn is at home, Cam Newton is playing on another level and I’m confident the defense will show up in this game.  This could turn out into a high scoring game though; but Lee and Ford and company from LSU will fall short.

(6) LSU – 27 @ (5) AUBURN – 47

(19) SOUTH CAROLINA @ VANDY – What an up and down past couple of weeks for the Gamecocks, first they upset Alabama then ended up coming up short to Kentucky.  They now take their travels to Vandy where they’re just coming off a shutout they got handed to them from the Georgia Bulldogs.  Lets hope they can find their offense in this game but I expect a bounce back game from Spurrier’s school; Garcia continues to have a great year and will do so in this one as he has the SEC’s best WR in Jeffrey. 

(19) SOUTH CAROLINA – 33 @ VANDY – 10

(7) ALABAMA @ TENNESSEE – Alabama travels to Volunteer Avenue to take on Tennessee as they’re 0-3 in SEC play and will more so likely be 0-4.  Both RB’s Ingram and Richardson look to get back on track coming off back-to-back disastrous weeks after starting off the season hot.  McElroy and Julio Jones will continue their play in the passing game that Tennessee can only hope to stop; chalk up another win for Alabama.

(7) ALABAMA – 41 @ TENNESSEE – 21

UAB @ (24) MISSISSPPI STATE – newly ranked Mississippi State welcomes UAB to their home stadium fresh off their upset of the Flordia Gators.  Last weeks game was nothing exciting, and UAB can put up some points if Mississppi State allows them too.  This is the freebie of the week as I expect the Bulldogs to take this one with ease.


GEORGIA @ KENTUCKY – I think this game will be a great match-up, both high scoring offenses, both filled with playmakers with the likes of Murray, Ealey, Green, and Cobb.  Cobb will be a handful for the Bulldogs to contain and Hartline is coming off a great game last week against South Carolina so I hope we see more of the same, but in this game AJ Green dominants.  He only put up 3 receptions last week, I say he goes for at least 8 receptions in this one to clearly state he’s the nations best WR.  Georgia Bulldogs continue their winning streak and take charge!


Written by Brandon “BEE” Salamat.  Follow him on Twitter @TruGentleman808.

PGWU Podcast: Week 7

It’s week 7 in college football and its Friday, that means another pod cast from The Pregame Warm-Up.  This week we discuss Boise St playing in the SEC, Exploiting Iowa’s Defense, Can Michigan State finish the year undefeated? Why is TCU’s Defense so dominant? Will South Carolina suffer the hangover against Kentucky and many other big games in the PGWU Conference Breakdown.  We make our picks in the Pick ‘Em segment and discuss a handful of NFL Draft prospects in the PGWU Prospect Quick Fire.  Enjoy.

SEC Report: Week 7

A Recap of the Best Conference the SEC


Week 6 Score Recap

  • TENN – 14 @ GEORGIA – 41
  • (11) ARKANSAS – 24 @ TEXAS A&M – 17
  • (1) ALABAMA – 21 @ (19) SOUTH CAROLINA – 35
  • (8) AUBURN – 37 @ KENTUCKY – 34
  • (12) LSU – 33 @ (14) FLORIDA – 29
  • MISS. STATE – 47 @ HOUSTON – 24


Alabama slipped all seven spots to 8th in the AP Poll and Auburn remains the highest ranked SEC school being ranked 7th.  For the first time since 2006 the SEC is nearly 7 ranks behind the #1 team in the nation.  This has been a great week for the SEC Conference as it points out they’re still by far the toughest conference to play in; the South Carolina v. Alabama game was a good example.  The late game heroics by LSU; well lets just say they got lucky.  Gutsy call on the fake field goal but everyone knew it was coming; and Les Miles just saved his job once again but if you’re an LSU fan its nothing new, right? Auburn QB Cam Newton continues to impress and lead his Tigers into BSC contention as he lead his team to victory over Kentucky. 

            The SEC schools that are currently ranked are Auburn at 7th, Alabama 8th, LSU 9th and South Carolina jumped 9 spots to get to 10th.  After their devastating lost to LSU, the Gators fell to 22nd after suffering 2 straight losses.  Both Auburn and LSU remain the SEC’s only unbeaten with a date against each other on October 23rd, pending on who wins that game and continues to win out they may have a fighting chance for the title game but without looking ahead both schools still have to go thru Arkansas and Alabama still; both tough outs. 

Week 5 Standout Players

  • RB Vick Ballard (Miss St.) ran for 134yds and 3tds @ Houston
  • QB Cam Newton (Auburn) ran for a career high 198yds 4tds
  • QB Ryan Mallett (Arkansas) threw for 3 td passes against the Aggies
  • QB Aaron Murray (Georgia) completed 17/25 passes for 266yds 2tds 2rushTD
  • WR AJ Green (Georgira) 6rec 96yds 1td
  • QB Larry Smith (Vandy) 253yds passing 2tds and 1rush td
  • QB Stephen Garcia (South Carolina) 201yds 3tds
  • QB Greg McElroy (Bama) career high 315yds 2tds
  • RB Marcus Lattimore (South Carolina) 23car 93yds 2td 2rec 16yds 1td
  • WR Julio Jones (Bama) 8rec 118yds 1td
  • WR Alshon Jeffery (South Carolina) 7rec 127yds 2tds
  • WR Randall Cobb (Kentucky) 7rec 68yds 1td 11car 47yds 2tds 1/1 6ds td


LEXINGTON, KY - OCTOBER 31:  Randall Cobb #18 of the Kentucky Wildcats celebrates after running for a touchdown during the SEC game against the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Commonwealth Stadium on October 31, 2009 in Lexington, Kentucky.  Mississippi State won 31-24.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)


            Ole Miss @ (8) Alabama

            (12) Arkansas @ (7) Auburn

            Miss State @ (22) Florida

            Vandy @ Georgia

            (10) South Carolina @ Kentucky

            McNeese @ (9) LSU

Freebie of the week: This goes to the LSU Tigers, after back 2 back exhausting wins against Tennessee and Florida guess this easy yet don’t look beyond match-up with McNeese is something they need.  The Tigers are at home and this should be an easy game, key word is should be; because you never know.  But I say Tolliver and the Tigers take care of business as they prepare for Auburn the following week.

McNeese – 10 @ LSU – 44

University of South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia celebrates as he leaves the field following their win over the University of Alabama following their NCAA college footballl game in Columbia, South Carolina October 9, 2010.  REUTERS/Tami Chappell (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)

SEC Game of the Week: The Razorbacks visit the Tigers in what should be a classic game just like the South Carolina and Alabama game was last week.  Can Cam Newton keep up his heisman case and continue to lead his Tigers into victory? Auburn is currently 6-0 and looks to make some noise into BCS consideration.  Mallett keeps this one close but Newton and SEC’s best in pass efficiency takes it in the end.

Arkansas – 24 @ AUBURN – 37

Hangover of the week: This one goes to the Gamecocks as they head to Kentucky in what should be a battle for Garcia and company.  South Carolina has it going for them as they held ‘Bama to combined 64yards rushing; in this game they’ll have to deal with Randall Cobb who seems to be everywhere on the field and Kentucky’s lethal weapon.  In counter the Gamecocks have Jeffery whose the SEC’s leading WR and Garcia’s leading man and who’ll be looked at a lot in this game.  Kentucky keeps it close but cannot manage a victory, Garcia and company don’t have a hangover after beating the previous #1 ranked team, as their confidence rises and gets a win on the road.

SOUTH CAROLINA – 37 @ Kentucky – 17

Then there’s everyone else: Florida looks to end their 2 game losing streak as they welcome Mississippi State to Gatorville and Brantley hopes to get the program back on track.  Task for Florida is can they stop Vick Ballard and company in the rushing game? We’ll find out on Saturday.  Vandy heads to Georgia where Murray and Green have come alive and got this Bulldog offense back on track; Vandy keeps it close but AJ Green wins the game for the Bulldogs.  I feel bad for Ole Miss as they fly to Alabama and have to take on a frustrated and upset Alabama team; look for Ingram and Richardson to do some major damage in this one.

Miss State – 24 @ FLORIDA – 35

Ole Miss – 17 @ ALABAMA – 44

Vandy – 27 @ GEORGIA – 37

Written by Brandon Salamat.  Follow him on Twitter @TruGentleman808.


After a very long week of sub-par football games, College Football Saturday is finally here!! This week is mainly focused on some big time match ups in some of the big time conferences, but a couple key out of conference games are still on the schedule. Check us out every Saturday morning for our primer to GameDay!

The Big 10 boasts a couple games to keep an eye on this week. Indiana brings its high powered offense to The Ohio State University and the Buckeyes stingy defense. Depending on the health of Terrelle Pryor, this could be a tight game. The game of the week in the Big 10 would have to be Michigan State at Michigan. This rivalry got a whole lot more interesting with the emergence of Denard Robinson facing the very talented Spartan defense, led by Greg Jones.

A couple of the out of conference games to at the very least keep an eye on would be Arkansas and Texas A&M in Dallas at Jerry’s Palace and Utah at Iowa State. The Arky/TAMU game should be an offensive explosion, and it features a handful of NFL Draft prospects. Utah at Iowa State should be a close game in my opinion, I just think ISU is playing with a confidence right now.

LAWRENCE, KS - OCTOBER 10:  Quarterback Austen Arnaud #4 of the Iowa State Cyclones passes during the game against the Kansas Jayhawks on October 10, 2009 at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

The ACC is having somewhat of a down year, but could have a couple interesting games this week. Clemson travels to UNC to face the Tar Heels in a game that features two underacheiving teams, the Tar Heels are getting their core players back every week though. The game to watch is FSU at Miami. This match-up will be centered around 2 big time QB prospects in FSU’s Christian Ponder and Miami’s Jacory Harris. The QB that has the best game will lead his team to a win.

COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 11: Quarterback Jacory Harris  of the Miami Hurricanes passes the ball against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Ohio Stadium on September 11, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

Finally we get to the SEC. Possibly the 2 biggest games of the week are held here, I could probably write that every week. Alabama travels to South Carolina, if the GameCocks can stop the Bama rushing attack they have a very good chance. Ingram rushed for close to 250 yards last year in a 20-6 Tide victory. LSU heads to Gainesville, FL to face the Gators. This game should be a very close low scoring battle because both teams have speed to burn on defense and very shaky offenses.

The PGWU crew will be in and out all day today, so use this as an open thread for any college football discussions you would like to have. No matter what game you are watching, there is always a Draft prospect to keep an eye on!

Written by Jason Madson. Follow on Twitter @isbnJMAD

PGWU Podcast-Week 6

This week we spend a lot of time talking about big games and news in each conference, especially the ACC and SEC.  We also make our picks in the Pregame Warm-Up Pick ‘Em segment and break down a handful of potential pro prospects for the NFL Draft in the “World Famous” Prospect Quick Fire.  Enjoy!

PGWU Podcast: Week 4

This week we discuss the legal troubles at Florida, talk about the big stories in each conference in The Breakdown, make our selections in the PGWU Pick’Em segment and finish the show off with the World Famous Prospect Quick Fire. Enjoy!


As the resident ACC and SEC guy here with the Pre-Game Warm-Up I feel it is my duty to inform the masses about the best storylines to follow each week in southern football. This is a thin week for the ACC as most of the teams take on programs that they should beat. The first league contest of Duke-Wake Forest is upon us but there won’t be many folks clamoring for a post game report from BB&T Field.
While the league is lacking in depth you do get two of the top five national storylines coming straight out of the sunshine state of Florida. Both are stories of redemption, tales of teams rebuilding from their glory days of just a decade ago.
For the Seminoles we’ve got Christian Ponder and one of the most high powered offenses in the nation traveling out to Norman, Oklahoma to take on the Sooners. This game takes the redemption angle as Jimbo Fisher attempts to return the ‘Noles to prominence. Oklahoma’s defense will be in for a struggle coming off of a disappointing outing against Utah State this FSU offensive line is smallish but they’re experienced and under coach Rick Trickett they’re as mean as they come.
An added wrinkle to the FSU game will be the Stoops brothers doing battle for the first time. Bob Stoops is the general controlling the Sooners squad while younger brother Mark Stoops is a colonel for Jimbo Fisher controlling the defense. Mark worked for Bob, he knows a lot of about his older brother’s ways so expect him to have fed Fisher plenty of info into the Sooners’ defensive looks. Expect to see new, exotic blitzes and coverage schemes from the Oklahoma side as they try to confuse a defense that, by and large will mirror the schemes they’ve faced in practice.
The second major storyline is the Hurricanes trip to the Horshoe at Ohio State for a match up of top 12 opponents. Jim Tressel’s Buckeye’s enter at the #2 squad in the nation and they look the part from top to bottom with talent and experience across the board. We’ll get a look at guys like Cameron Heyward and Terrelle Pryor who are among the elite talents in the nation. On the Miami side there’s talent as well with Allen Bailey and a receiving core that, outside of Arkansas, might be the best collection of pass catchers in the nation.
Do not bring up the 2003 Fiesta Bowl BCS Championship game as these players were 11-14 years old sitting in elementary and middle school classrooms, largely not fans of either team, possibly not even watching the game at that point. Instead of hearkening back to a bad call look forward to the match up of an established power in Ohio State against a one time college football juggernaut trying to claw their way back to glory.
When we look to the SEC the storylines, like the passion, comes by the boatloads. Here’s a quick run down of the most intriguing storylines heading into this week’s games.
Auburn against Mississippi State makes the cut, not so much because of the status as the first SEC West contest but rather because of the Dan Mullen and Cam Newton angle. Mullen in the second year coach at Mississippi State, the same man that orchestrated the offense for both of Florida’s most recent national titles. Newton is the former heir apparent to Tim Tebow handpicked by Mullen to replace the Gator legend. Both will meet in an SEC contest but without a single tie to Gainesville, the Swamp or the orange and blue.
Florida taking on a South Florida squad full of guys that couldn’t get recruited or get into UF would never be a story ordinarily but this week this storyline gets a nod due to some of tidbits involved. The Gators are a supremely talented squad that has looked stagnant on offense for over a season since the departure of Dan Mullen. Steve Addazio has had his issues in play calling and with guys like Aaron Hernandez, Riley Cooper and Tim Tebow gone it appears that Addazio’s offensive prowess has taken another step backwards as they flailed against Miami of Ohio. An angry USF team dismantled Florida State in Tallahassee a season ago and the scrappy bully comes into the Swamp wanting to show another Florida team they’re ready to play. Quarterback BJ Daniels and new head coach Skip Holtz will wear the underdog crown well as they look to add a second Florida pelt to their belt.
The Bama-Penn State storyline should be about to historical powers battling it out. Classi uniforms. Old school coach running a new school offense in Joe Pa. New school coach running an old school offense in Nick Saban. Instead we’ve got a freshman quarterback for the Nittany Lions, an inexperienced secondary for the Tide and two of the games’ biggest stars; Marcell Dareus and Mark Ingram, both from Bama, suspended for this contest. Bama should still roll late in this game but early expect to get well acquainted with both Trent Richardson and Eddie Lacy, the Tides new running back combo with Ingram out.
Finally, the storyline that everyone has got their eyes on is the Georgia-South Carolina game. The line on this game has moved considerably since the publicizing that the Dawgs stand out wideout AJ Green will be suspended for this contest and two others. Sadly this news takes the storyline off the match up of the Gamecocks and the Dawgs and puts Green and his jersey selling in the middle of the bullseye. The complexion of the game changes as the receiver edge goes from Georgia to the Gamecocks duo of Alshon Jeffrey and Tori Gurley. Garcia is a junior, squaring off against Aaron Murray the freshman and this will be a noon game to definitely watch. I can speak from experience, noon time in Columbia is the hottest place that I’ve ever been in my life.
Written by Michael Felder @InTheBleachers on Twitter