Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning …
From the New York Times, an interesting read here on Jeremiah Masoli and what he’s doing these days.
Speaking of Ole Miss quarterbacks, here’s one who ready to end the winter break:
Can't wait to get back tomorrow !!!!! Let's get it @CoachPJackson
The future of Peyton Manning is suddenly a big story line. Archie’s middle son has been non-committal on whether he will return in 2015.
Peyton is 11-13 in NFL playoff games after the Broncos lost 24-13 to the Colts on Sunday. Reports have since come out that Manning played that game with a torn quad.
An interesting read here on one outlet’s take on the No. 1 clutch quarterback in the postseason. It is a Manning, but it isn’t Peyton.
Peyton is also without a coach now as John Fox and Denver parted ways. CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson threw out this nugget Monday:
With John Fox out, I don't see Peyton coming back.
Former Ole Miss end Greg Hardy will be back in court on Feb. 9 with his domestic violence case. …
Speaking of the NFL playoffs, a special request from Dez Bryant:
as I went to the ground I rolled over and I tipped the ball to gain better control.. We lost and I accept it but please change that rule
Here’s a wild recruiting conspiracy theory for you. LSU’s really not in this CeCe Jefferson race because the S and U are not capitalized:
Last three visits of my highschool recruitment… Auburn,Ole Miss,and Lsu
Speaking of recruiting, how about this:
Don't be surprised if Ole Miss closes signing day with flurry similar to 2013 where they flipped recruits considered locks to other schools.
Kentucky remains No. 1 in the AP Top 25 for basketball. Arkansas, Ole Miss’ Saturday night road opponent, is up four spots to No. 19. …
SEC football attrition here that does not involve Ole Miss running backs. …
There are differing opinions on an eight-team college football playoff. Auburn’s Gus Malzahn is all for it. …