Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Morning Six Pack: August 13, 2013 and 18 days!

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SEC announces bowl tie-ins for 2014

The Southeastern Conference on Monday announced several agreements with bowl games beginning in 2014, the first season of college football's four-team playoff.

Could Jadeveon Clowney miss the opener, or is Steve Spurrier just sending a message?

"If (Clowney's shoulder) doesn't come around real soon, we may play without him the first game."

Report: Johnny Manziel signed more than 4,400 items for brokers

ESPN's Outside the Lines is reporting two additional signing sessions for Johnny Manziel, bringing the total to six signings for three brothers in less than a month.

Muschamp sees Gators develop depth across offensive line

Florida coach Will Muschamp is finding no shortage of options to fill his offensive line through 12 practices of camp.

UT Vols' receivers trying to fight through training camp 'wall'

Tennessee's young group of wide receivers hit its first wall of preseason training camp last week.


As for his own performance, McCarron is not satisfied with his training camp preparation. He expects to fine-tune his game over the next two weeks.

“I’m pushing every day,” McCarron said. “Any of the coaches will tell you. I’m the hardest person on myself. I always push for perfection. I don’t focus on one thing.”

But among the various little things McCarron is focusing on is his lower body mechanics in order to take his game to the next level. Better footwork should improve his deep ball, he said.

“You start with the big picture first and do it right to give yourself a chance,” offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier said. “You have to take care of the football and make good decisions. Then the smaller things are what you care about. As you grow, it becomes about technique.”

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