Muschamp talks about Pease
Will Muschamp met with the media to talk about new offensive coordinator Brent Pease recently.
Muschamp said that he focused on finding not only the right fit for the program, but also someone that was going to bring in some new ideas and new energy to the program.
No TV Tuesday
No games on until the NFL playoffs resume on Saturday.
All times are eastern.
The Tigers and the Crimson Tide square off tonight in the Big Easy. Sure to be a defensive battle.
Eastern time as always.
BCS National Title Game: LSU vs. Alabama - 8:30 - ESPN
Sights and Sounds at the AFCA
We'll update this page throughout the convention. Short clips and pics from the convention.
Ohio University Online Masters Programs
Sports Management Worldwide
FirstDownApp iPad play book.
Very, very cool scouting software from OT Scout.
ProGrass president Bob Thomas
One bowl game as well as more NFL playoff action on tap tonight.
Reminder...all times are eastern.
Atlanta at New York Giants - 1 - FOX
Pittsburgh at Denver - 4:30 - CBS
Go Daddy Bowl: Arkansas State vs. Northern Illinois - 9 - ESPN
Great day of football filled with NFL playoff action, a bowl game, and the FCS National Championship.
All times are eastern.
Cincinnati at Houston - 4:30 - NBC
Detroit at New Orleans - 8 - NBC
BBVA Compass Bowl: Southern Methodist vs. Pittsburgh - 1 - ESPN
FCS National Championship: Sam Houston State vs. North Dakota State - 1 - ESPN2
All American Bowl - 1 - NBC
Chavis: "Luck follows speed"
As LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis prepares for the Crimson Tide on Monday night, he fielded quite a few questions from the media about the speed and depth of the defense this season.
“It seems to me luck follows speed” Chavis told the media yesterday. As for the depth, Chavis said “When you know you’re going to play, you prepare a different way, that’s just human nature. When they get those opportunities, they want to show the coaches and the team what they are capable of doing.”
The speed and depth will be on full display Monday night at 8:30 on ESPN as the Tigers take on Alabama for the BCS National Championship.
The perk that comes with leaving Bama
Members of the media got a 15 minute peek into Alabama's practice yesterday, and they got a rare treat.
During that window, Alabama's first team defense was going against the first team offense. The best against the best.
When Jim McElwain was asked what it is like to go against a the Tide's defense (who have only allowed 12 touchdowns all season) he replied, "Miserable. I'll tell you, Kirby does a great job".
McElwain went on to say "All I can tell you is this: They're pretty good, and so is this defense we're playing. I'm looking forward to not going against them in spring ball."