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SEC Media Days: Questions Asked, Not Answered, And Not Asked

  • SEC Media Days starts tomorrow, and media everywhere are busy compiling their questions. Wes Rucker has his list of what Derek Dooley should expect. The TFP's Jay Greeson takes a slightly different approach and lists the questions that can't be answered this week, including this one for Tennessee:
    Can Matt Simms be an SEC quarterback? He was less than good in spring practice, but he has received glowing reviews from summer workouts. If he’s not ready, then this becomes freshman Tyler Bray’s team and qualifying for a bowl game becomes difficult.
    Spencer Hall, swimming upstream as always, identifies the questions that won't even be asked this week, including this one that won't be asked of Urban Meyer:
    "Are you happier this year now that you have a real quarterback?"
    I'll be jumping in with a take on Dooley sometime later today at
  • There's a reason SEC Media Days is a big deal, you know:
The main attraction at this week's SEC football media days won't be much different from last year's. Once again, you will have a Heisman Trophy winner representing a defending national champion.
  • Lovely. Da'Rick Rogers' case, which was set to be heard today, has been reset for September 14. Yes, that's the Tuesday before the Florida game.
  • Andre Lott, coordinator of Dooley's new Vol For Life program, took a bunch of guys to the Wesley Center to spend the afternoon with a group of inner-city kids. That link includes a picture of Montori Hughes scaring some poor kid to death during a game of touch football. Okay, maybe it's me he's scaring to death, but whatever. Who asks a ten-year-old to play nose guard against Montori Hughes? I know it's just touch, but it appears that Hughes has accidentally sunk half of one of his fingers into the shoulder flesh of that poor kid.

    Kidding aside, it's a great story, and it's accompanied by a video: