Tuesday links and schedule

November 16, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Tuesday Guest Lineup:
1:05 Bert Bertelkamp previews Tennessee-Belmont
2:05 Brett McMurphy talks college football

Gerald Jones is back returning punts for Tennessee. Seems like the right move to me. (GoVolsXtra)

Does Tennessee have a chance to sway Marcus Jackson away from his commitment to Miami? (GVX)

John Pennington compares the 2011 recruiting classes so far in the SEC. (MrSEC)

Clay Travis writes that Auburn QB Cam Newton will eventually be ruled ineligible. (FanHouse)

Gene Chizik could take a financial hit from the Newton investigation, writes Steve Berkowitz. (USA Today)

Is Cam Newton’s story the biggest in college football history? (Press Register)

South Carolina’s SEC title game appearance is a good thing, writes John Pennington. (MrSEC)

There will be plenty of Michael Vick-for-MVP columns. Here is one from Les Carpenter. (Yahoo! Sports)

Vick spoiled a very lucrative Monday for his former teammate, Donovan McNabb. (FanHouse)

Here’s a Tennessee-Belmont preview as the Vols start for the NIT Season Tip-Off tournament. (GVX)

Could Jason Garrett be just what the Dallas Cowboys were looking for? (Sports Illustrated)

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More post-weekend football links

November 15, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

It was a busy football weekend so how about a few more links?

By the way, we will carry Derek Dooley’s Monday press conference at 12:30 ET. Tennessee’s newest commitment, defensive tackle Maurice Couch, will join Sports180 at 2:05. Don’t forget you can listen live online by clicking here.

Brett McMurphy has his updated Associated Press Top 25 poll with 15 extra teams. (FanHouse)

Clay Travis was in Gainesville to see South Carolina win its first SEC East title. (FanHouse)

Tennessee has found some positives out of the difficult month of October. (GoVolsXtra)

Vols commit Mack Crowder never doubted that UT would turn its season around. (GVX)

Chris Low has his updated SEC Power Poll coming out of the weekend. (SEC ESPN)

How might South Carolina beat Auburn in Atlanta? John Pennington has a gameplan. (MrSEC)

Austin Murphy helps explain why the BCS system is very, very flawed. (Sports Illustrated)

Stewart Mandel has his updated bowl projections. Are the Vols in there? (SI)

Matt Hinton points out the light at the end of Tennessee’s long 2010 tunnel. (Dr. Saturday)

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Monday links (with lots of BCS stuff)

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Here are some sports reads as you begin your week.

Your BCS top four: Oregon, Auburn, TCU, Boise State. LSU comes in at No. 5. (BCS Standings)

What is TCU’s chance of reaching the BCS title game? Goose egg, writes Jerry Palm. (CBS Sports)

Ralph Russo is tired of the tedious BCS conversations that are damaging college football. (Associated Press)

The Cam Newton saga continues while Auburn keeps winning, writes Stewart Mandel. (Sports Illustrated)

Where do Auburn and Newton go from here? Andy Staples takes a look. (SI)

We have to wait 11 days for the Iron Bowl? That won’t seem like forever. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

Randy Moss had a bad debut for the Titans. Back to the drawing board, writes Chris Harry. (FanHouse)

Are the Patriots the best team in the NFL? Maybe, writes Dan Graziano. (FanHouse)

Always worth reading: Peter King’s Monday Morning Quarterback. (SI)

Tennessee picked up an important commitment from defensive tackle Maurice Couch. (GoVolsXtra)

Tennessee’s bowl projection continues to improve. The latest: the Music City Bowl. (ESPN SEC)

Gus Johnson has the call of Jacksonville’s miraculous final play on Sunday.

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Friday links and schedule

November 12, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

We will be at Alumni Hall in Turkey Creek from 12-3 eastern time on Friday. Stop by to pick up UT merchandise. It’s a great place to stock on winter weather gear.

Friday Guest Lineup:
12:25 Clay Travis from FanHouse
1:05 UT basketball color analyst Bert Bertlkamp
1:45 Will Shelton from RockyTopTalk.com

Kenny Rodgers called Dallas radio and said Cecil Newton put a price tag on Cam’s recruitment. (ESPN)

There are some critical decisions to be made by the SEC and Auburn regarding Cam Newton. (AJC)

Dan Wetzel explains why Auburn should be nervous about Cam Newton right now. (Yahoo! Sports)

Uh oh. Kentucky freshman center Enes Kanter has been ruled permanently ineligible. (CBS Sports)

Chris Low has his predictions for Week 11 of the SEC season. (ESPN SEC)

Andrew Gribble has a breakdown of Saturday’s Tennessee-Ole Miss game. (GoVolsXtra)

Jimmy Johnson says Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will never change. (LA Times)

The Miami Heat lost again last night. Lee Jenkins examines their problems. (Sports Illustrated)

The Heat have looked soft to start the season, writes Adrian Wojnarowski. (Yahoo!)

Jenn Sterger “fully cooperated” during her Thursday meeting with the NFL. (USA Today)

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Thursday links and schedules

November 11, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Thursday will be busy with plenty of Cam Newton talk as well as an SEC preview for the weekend.

Thursday Guest Lineup:
12:25 Jonathan Hutton from Titans Radio discusses Randy Moss’ arrival in Nashville
1:05 Jason Lieser from Palm Beach Post previews the Florida-South Carolina game
1:25 John Wilkerson talks NFL and all things sports

Tennessee football picked up an important commitment from receiver DeAnthony Arnett. (GoVolsXtra)

Cam Newton is becoming more difficult to believe, writes Stewart Mandel in his mailbag. (Sports Illustrated)

You may be tired of the Newton story already, but I dare you to look away. (SI)

The SEC is becoming a circus thanks to the Newton story, writes Dan Wetzel. (Yahoo! Sports)

From Marcus Dupree in 1982 to Cam Newton now, not much as changed, writes Clay Travis. (FanHouse)

Could LSU appear in the BCS title game without reaching the SEC title game? (Fox Sports)

Bruce Pearl is excited about UT’s two basketball signees from Wednesday. (GVX)

The Randy Moss Era in Nashville has begun. Will he be worth the trouble? (FanHouse)

Former Alcoa star Randall Cobb shows up on Chris Low’s SEC superlative tracker. (ESPN SEC)

This video terrified me.

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Tuesday links and schedule

November 9, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Here are some sports reads for Tuesday. A lot of big stuff.

Tuesday Guest Lineup (times eastern):
12:25 Kyle Veazey from the Jackson Clarion-Ledger previews Ole Miss
1:05 Ralph Russo from the Associated Press talks college football

The Tennessee basketball team lost to a Division II team. What happened? (GoVolsXtra)

Are expectations for this UT basketball team too high? Mike Strange examines. (GVX)

More allegations involve Auburn QB Cameron Newton. This time: academic fraud. (Fox Sports)

Cory McCartney ignores the Newton allegations with his weekly Heisman poll. (Sports Illustrated)

Jerry Jones should fire someone else along with Wade Phillips, writes David Whitley. (FanHouse)

Many athletes will sign a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday. They shouldn’t. (Money Players)

John Pennington has News and Views with his weekly Hot List in the SEC. (MrSEC)

There will be a new Sunday Night Baseball crew on ESPN next year. (New York Times)

It looks like Dan Hawkins is out as Colorado’s football coach. No one should be surprised. (CFB Talk)

TheĀ  goal of Isiah Thomas to run an NBA franchise is a sad one. (Yahoo! Sports)

Panic move? Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon are swapping pit crews. (FanHouse)

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Monday links

November 8, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Plenty of stuff to get to coming out of a busy football weekend.

Tennessee needs three more wins to reach a bowl, which John Adams says is very important. (GoVolsXtra)

Mike Strange looks back at some recent UT quarterbacks after Tyler Bray’s strong first start. (GVX)

The Vols are projected to go to a bowl game: the popular BBVA Compass Bowl. (ESPN SEC)

Your BCS top four: Oregon, Auburn, TCU, Boise State. Here’s an in-depth look. (Dr. Saturday)

Jerry Palm’s post-weekend BCS analysis is always worth reading. (CBS Sports)

Could TCU or Boise State reach the BCS title game? Stewart Mandel examines. (Sports Illustrated)

Here’s the always informative Monday Morning Quarterback from Peter King. (SI)

Jeremiah Masoli’s status this week is unknown because of a concussion. (Clarion-Ledger)

Channing Crowder confused Helen Keller and Anne Frank. Not a joke. (ESPN)

Uh oh. Jimmie Johnson lost his lead in the Sprint Cup Standings. Two races to go. (SI)

Les Miles eats grass, and he’s proud of it. (FanHouse)

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Thursday links and schedule

November 4, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Here are some reads for your Thursday.

Thursday Guest Lineup:
12:25 Jonathan Hutton from Titans Radio
1:25 John Wilkerson
2:05 BCS Executive Director Bill Hancock

Randy Moss is a member of the Tennessee Titans. They believe he’s worth the risk. (Titans Radio)

Don Banks has three reasons he believes the Titans wanted Moss. (Sports Illustrated)

Dan Wetzel says Jeff Fisher is one reason trading for Moss is a low risk for the Titans. (Yahoo! Sports)

Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick upsets me with his response to the death of Declan Sullivan. (USA Today)

The Tennessee basketball team wasn’t challenged in its first preseason game against Brevard. (GoVolsXtra)

Here’s a Week 10 preview for the SEC. There will be two very key games. (Yahoo! Sports)

Adrian Wojnarowski believes Kevin Garnett has crossed the line with his latest bully act. (Yahoo! Sports)

Garnett is denying he said what Charlie Villanueva claims. Not many people are buying it. (Fox Sports)

Here are Chris Low’s predictions of what will happen this week in the SEC. (ESPN SEC)

Stewart Mandel has his always enjoyable college football mailbag. (SI)

Here’s a FanHouse preview of the Tennessee men’s basketball team. (FanHouse)

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Wednesday links and schedule

November 3, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Here are some sports reads for Wednesday.

Wednesday Guest Lineup:
12:25 Former Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach
1:45 Tennessee wide receiver Gerald Jones

Former UT coach Phillip Fulmer says Minnesota has great potential. (GoVolsXtra)

Auburn might be lower than you expect in Andy Staples’ college football power poll. (Sports Illustrated)

Some good turnover statistics in the SEC by John Pennington. UT isn’t doing so well. (MrSEC)

Randy Moss allows you to vote on his next team. Is he giving away hints? (Randy Moss)

Dan Wetzel points to another example of Bill Belichik outsmarting the competition. (Yahoo!)

Maybe Kevin Garnett isn’t such a great guy. Will West won’t be happy with me. (The Big Lead)

Former UT quarterback Heath Shuler was re-elected in North Carolina. (Citizen-Times)

Chip Towers asks if anyone else was surprised that Jacques Smith wasn’t suspended this week. (AJC)

Someone taught Wizards rookie John Wall how to Dougie.

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Tuesday links

November 2, 2010 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Here are some links for your Tuesday sports reading.

Tuesday Guest Lineup:
12:30 Brent Dougherty discusses the Titans’ possible interest in Randy Moss
2:05 Chris Vernon talks Memphis football and all things sports

That Randy Moss trade to Minnesota sure didn’t work out, writes Don Banks. (Sports Illustrated)

David Whitley says every team should pass on Randy Moss this time. (FanHouse)

Is Phillip Fulmer a legitimate candidate to become Minnesota’s next head coach? (MrSEC)

Jacques Smith’s alleged victim from Saturday wants to “move on” from the incident. (GoVolsXtra)

UT quarterback Matt Simms apologized for his “inappropriate” comments on Saturday. (GVX)

What a showing by Tim Lincecum to help lead the Giants to a World Series title. (Yahoo! Sports)

Tony Barnhart explains why Mark Richt should remain Georgia’s football coach. (AJC)

Gary Parrish previews what he expects to be a strong SEC East in basketball this year. (CBS Sports)

John Pennington has his weekly News and Views around the SEC. (MrSEC)

Chris Low has his Hot and Not awards after another week in the SEC. (ESPN SEC)

Looking for some NBA Halloween costumes? CBS is your source. (CBS Sports)

Wondering which teams might consider Randy Moss? Andrew Perloff has 10 ideas. (SI)

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