SEC Football Morning Coffee: Economic Impact of Alabama and Auburn
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Rise and shine, SEC fans. After a brief vacation for July 4 weekend, the SEC Blog is back. Here are a few links to get your Monday started.
The economic impact of the Alabama and Auburn football programs is estimated to be $500 million, according to Paul Gattis of the Huntsville (Ala.) Times.
Mississippi State wants its annual Egg Bowl game with Ole Miss to be moved back to Thanksgiving night, according to Brandon Marcello of the Jackson (Miss.) Clarion-Ledger.
Bill King of the Junkyard Blawg on the Atlanta Journal Constitution reacts to the criticism Georgia defensive end Cornelius Washington faces after a post on Facebook.
Heralded wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson has arrived at Tennessee with high expectations in tow, writes Patrick Brown of the Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times Free Press.
Kentucky must be successful against Louisville, Mississippi State, South Carolina and Vanderbilt if it wants to take the next step as a program, writes Mark Story of the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader.
Dave Matter of the Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune ranks the SEC's top assistant coaches, with LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis topping the list.
Early commitments have become the norm this recruiting season, writes Andrew Miller of the Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier.
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