Thursday, October 01, 2009

All-Gustav Thursday

Auburn's 2009 success on offense has not gone unnoticed (well, except for the toad beat writers populating the AP poll and the SIDs voting in the "coaches" poll, of course). Offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn gets the in-depth treatment from Smart Football guru Chris Brown, writing at Dr. Saturday, as well as an, um, somewhat less intellectual take from Clay Travis. Both are impressed, as are Stewart Mandel of SI and Chris Low of ESPN.

In non-Gus news, if this account of blowing off a meeting with Peyton Manning is accurate, Jonathan Crompton may go down as one of history's bigger... hmm, family website. Well, it start with a "d" and ends with "bag, " and has an "oosh" sound in the middle.

1 comment:

Linus said...

Wow. You know, it doesn't surprise me at all that he is a family web site. (I'm going to use "family web site" as an insult from now on. We'll all know what I mean). It was obvious (to me, at least) that had Tennessee had even adequate quarterback play, they'd have either beaten or narrowly lost to Florida. Even the great (*snicker*) Lane Kiffin can't polish a, well, a family web site.