January 4, 2011 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Tuesday will be busy with a discussion on Tennessee basketball, Stanford’s win over Virginia Tech and the SEC’s performance during bowl season.

Jason Lieser from the Palm Beach Post will join the show at 1:05 ET to talk about Florida coach Will Muschamp hiring Charlie Weis as offensive coordinator.

The UT basketball team has to improve defensively if it wants to avoid a season collapse. (GoVolsXtra)

The Vols are preparing for life without Bruce Pearl. His 8-game suspension begins Saturday. (MrSEC)

The Big Ten commissioner has admitted the SEC is college football’s strongest conference. (MrSEC)

A very good read from Dan Wetzel on Terrelle Pryor exposing what is college athletics. (Yahoo!)

Was Monday night the grand finale for Jim Harbaugh and Andrew Luck at Stanford? (Sports Illustrated)

Monday was an embarrassing day for employees at ESPN. (USA Today)

Will all of Auburn’s players be eligible to play in next week’s BCS title game? (SportsByBrooks)

An interesting story on college football coaches and their marriages. (NY Times)

Jason Cole has five questions on the NFC side as the NFL playoffs are set to begin. (Yahoo!)

Here’s a preview of tonight’s Sugar Bowl between Arkansas and Ohio State. (CBS Sports)

That story about an embarrassing Monday for ESPN? Below is one of the mistakes.

Share this post
  • del.icio.us
  • Facebook
  • Twitter