Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Morning Links for July 17th

Good Morning! SEC Media Days starts today so that means football season is just around the corner! Here are ten links to get your morning going!

1) Edward Aschoff previews the SEC Media Days.

2) NCAA President Mark Emmert talked about the Penn State scandal and says that he has not ruled out severe punishment for Penn State.

3) Gregg Doyel argues that Penn State should be able to keep their football program and not face the death penalty.

4) Tony Barnhart looks at some five questions facing SEC teams heading into the 2012 season.

5) Dennis Dodd gives his SEC Media Days preview and echoes my sentiment that football is back.

6) Mike Huguenin continues counting down the 124 FBS scools with #32 BYU and Fox Sports continues their countdown with #20 Oklahoma State and #19 West Virginia.

7) Fox Sports lists the top ten games of the SEC in 2012.

8) Zac Ellis says that Purdue could be a surprise team in the Big Ten this year.

9) Mike Slive announced that he'll run the SEC for "at couple of more years."

10) Matt Hayes gives Texas A&M and Missouri a heads up on ten things they need to know about the SEC.

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