Friday, May 3, 2013

Morning Six Pack: May 3, 2013

TGIF, and TG for six fresh new college football stories from around SEC Country.

Steve Spurrier renews call for paying college athletes

"My question is, 'When are we going to start giving a little bit of it to the performers?'"

Muschamp pleased with Driskel's offseason progress

Gators coach Will Muschamp addressed his team's offensive goals before speaking to the Tampa and Pinellas County Gator Clubs.

Auburn’s Jay Jacobs says take his word for it, NCAA says they’re clean

The NCAA has not publicly cleared Auburn or commented on Auburn’s myriad of speculative infractions, but Auburn Athletic’s Director Jay Jacobs wants you to know that they have. Thanks Jay.

Ole Miss’ Bo Wallace throws for first time post-surgery

Late last month, Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze stated that starting quarterback Bo Wallace would begin throwing a football again 10 days or so. Two days or so ahead of that prognosis, Wallace has done just that.

Recruiting changes? Hold that thought

The NCAA board of directors wants to take a longer look at its new recruiting rules.


"We've been a work in progress this year in terms of trying to get our players to focus on paying attention to detail," Saban said Thursday before his Crimson Caravan appearance at the Mobile Convention Center. "I always use the analogy that ... in a season you can go back and look at these five or six critical plays that are going to determine the outcome of what happens with your season. And you never know when those things are going to come up.

“So if you don't have the right preparation and you haven't done all the things you need to do to play your very best, you're not going to be in the best position to make those plays when they do pop up.

"That's something we've been able to do in the past and I think that's something that this team needs to prove that they're capable of doing as well."

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