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3 things I learned at lunch

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Stuff I heard on my iPod while eating lunch in my car, vaguely half remembered, probably incorrectly, un- fact-checked or otherwise verified, and probably just made up in between sips of aspartame.
  1. Lane Kiffin's pitch to Marlon Brown was very specific, as in "you're going to be catching fades first, then [something else], then post routes" etc. Hmm. Wonder how that plays with recruits.
  2. Bruce Pearl and the rest of the coaching staff are not happy. They broke a recent practice a couple of times for "conditioning," a euphemism for "inducing vomiting through wind sprints." Apparently, they're getting tired of having to repeat themselves about certain things. Perhaps they can get the guys to get tired of them repeating themselves. Think Miracle. Again! Again! Again!
  3. When pressed, a Tennessee assistant (Jason Shay, I think) said that he thought that Emmanuel Negedu was shaping up to be the best leader of the young bunch. He attributed it to Negedu's diverse cultural experience.