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Whit Taylor is used to phone calls during Tennessee week. He’s the former Vanderbilt quarterback who helped beat the Volunteers on a cold, drizzly day in 1982, prompting fans to carry the goal posts up and down West End.
They poured into a room inside Neyland Stadium, defiant and emotional and unforgiving. There was Arian Foster, leading the applause with tears pouring from his eyes.
Saw a funny shirt worn by a Southern Cal fan at last week’s Ohio State game that read, “I could start in the Big Ten.” Fantastic.
We’ve heard a lot of criticism from Urban Meyer about Georgia’s all-inclusive celebration last season in Jacksonville.
You really have to wonder what happened in the Rose Bowl locker rooms at halftime of last Monday’s Tennessee-UCLA game.
There are still times when Greg Smith shows the flash of talent that made him one of the top defensive line prospects in the nation. The challenge now for the former Tyner Academy star is to put together a complete game’s worth of the dominance expected from him rather than the random few.
There are athletes who give the standard, safe response to questions.