Monday, April 8, 2013

Morning Six Pack: April 8, 2013

After a short weekend break, we’re back, serving up six choice college football stories from around the country.

So did Don Draper go to see the Crimson Tide play? 'Mad Men' references Alabama football

During tonight's season premiere of "Mad Men," viewers got a reminder of a pivotal Alabama football game while learning the year in which this season takes place.

O-line uncertainty challenges Georgia

One of the biggest reasons for Georgia's offensive success last football season was the solid foundation provided by its line.

Jackson: Auburn allegations not worth the time of day

Former Auburn football star Bo Jackson isn't worried about the negative reports concerning his alma mater.

Jones expects more from Tennessee's tailbacks

Tailback Rajion Neal sprinted around the left end for a first down on the first play of 11-on-11 work in Tennessee's second spring scrimmage on Saturday.

Texas receiver Sanders arrested on DWI charge

University of Texas receiver Kendall Sanders has been arrested on a drunken-driving charge.


Jackson said athletic director Jay Jacobs ''came out and said what he needed to say'' in statements disputing the reports.

''I don't even know the kids. I've probably met them. But it seems like to me somebody's fishing, somebody wants some attention, and they aren't getting it,'' said Jackson, who won the 1985 Heisman Trophy. ''I actually wouldn't give those accusations the time of day, to be honest with you.''

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