- Fool me once. Inside Tennessee points out some troubling statistics for the Volunteer running game over the past several years. In 2005, we rushed 399 times for 1,411 yards and 10 TDs. Cutcliffe promised to change that, and in 2006, the team rushed 382 times for 1,404 yards (despite two more games). Clawson, too, came with promises of a renewed runnning game, and his offense rushed 409 times for 1,475 yards. So are we to believe Lane Kiffin's promises with respect to the running game? The one thing that's different is that Kiffin is actually in charge instead of simply a coordinator, although I think Cutcliffe pretty much had his way with the offense.
- CRUNK! Yeah, Markeith Ambles is one of the Crunk Incident commits. He hopes to help us land an elite QB.
With its arrival just prior to football season, the fully integrated new media network will empower fans to experience their favorite SEC teams outside of live, at-game parameters and within minutes after a game's conclusion. "The SEC Digital Network provides our fans with access to the largest online library ever of the Southeastern Conference and its institutions," said SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. "Through the efforts of XOS Digital, the SEC Digital Network will provide us with the ability to create and repurpose programming for our fans in a way that was not possible in the past."
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The SEC Digital Network will provide fans with access to exclusive content through online video syndication, digital downloads, and exclusive live-streaming and on-demand video content encompassing:
- Complete game replays
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- Post-game interviews
- Tailgate events
- Behind-the-scenes pep talks
- Press conferences