Manny Diaz talkin' A&M - It occurs to me that Kevin Sumlin may be one of the few offensive coaches that Diaz faced during his first stint as State's DC in 2010 that he'll face again this year. (State played on the road at Houston in 2010, which was Sumlin's lone season there without having Case Keenum as his full-time QB.) Click the link to watch Diaz discuss Sumlin's machine down in College Station.
Pub for the big uglies - Center Jamaal Clayborne recently talked about the offensive line's development and the limited role that the running game has had in the offense so far this year, and Nelson Adams gabbed about the D-line and prep work for Texas A&M.
Human-interest Dap for Dak - More evidence—as if any was needed—that Prescott is a solid, solid guy.
Mullen on "Out of Bounds" - Mullen appeared on Bo Bounds' radio show yesterday to discuss the Auburn win and the upcoming A&M game. Topics covered include the depth at the receiver position, Dak's progression as a QB (and the resulting decrease in his rushing attempts), and the development of some of the younger players on the team. When you're done, you can also check out Matt Wyatt's and Tom Luginbill's segments from Wednesday.
Relentless, Episode V:
Attractive People Drinking Whisky
Happy 65th, Charlie Brown
On October 2, 1950, this happened:
Strong opening, Chuck. Strong.
And I immediately think of this:
Pink Floyd Fridays
Technically just David Gilmour, but whatever. It's a great version of the song.