Published May 4, 2012 - 4:16am
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Georgia president Michael Adams is retiring. His last day will be June 30, 2013, so he will be around for one more football season. Maybe Georgia will send him out on a huge note? His retirement announcement gives UGA regents enough time to find a replacement in the next year. [AJC]
Alabama’s team should be full of talent, but some stars will still emerge. Who will Alabama’s breakout player be in 2012? I have my vote, and his name is HaSean Clinton Dix. HaHa, as he is called, would be my pick. Mark Barron’s safety spot is vacant, and HaHa will battle with Vinnie Sunseri. While Sunseri is a stud, HaHa’s potential is through the roof. This guy is an unreal athlete and will be an All-SEC safety one day. Why not start this year? [AL.com]
The Arkansas and Texas A&M game locations have officially been announced. This season, the Hogs will travel to College Station, and the following year the Aggies will travel to Fayetteville. There is a possibility to return to Cowboy Stadium in 2014, though. On-campus games in the next two years will be unreal and great for SEC football. [Arkansas Sports 360]
Former UF QB Chris Leak will co-host a SiriusXM radio show with Chris Childers. The show can be heard on weeknights from 7-10 PM on channel 91. Leak led the Gators to the 2006 national championship under Urban Meyer. Childers is a great host, so it should be worth tuning in. [GatorSports]
Ole Miss will be tweaking its current drug policy. New head coach Hugh Freeze said he doesn’t know exactly what it will be at this point, but it will be tweaked. The Rebels have long been criticized for having too lenient of a drug policy. It is one of four BCS schools that does not suspend an athlete after a second positive test for the use of illegal or banned NCAA substances. [Clarion Ledger]