Good Wednesday to you. Updates, rumors and our views on the SEC’s coaching searches still underway are coming your way ASAP. After talking to one source last night and another this morning, we’ll also be eating a little crow (which, oh, so many of you will enjoy). Plus, the latest on Jon Gruden… who he’s talked to and where he might land. All that plus the usual headlines and news stories from around the league.
Before we get to all that though, we start with the first song off the iPod today. For those who’ve never seen or heard of Daryl Hall’s web-turned-TV show “Live from Daryl’s House,” we invite you to Google the highly-acclaimed series now. It’s a perfect example of an older artist using the web to connect with a younger fanbase.
Some of you who’ll remember “I Can’t Go For That” won’t know who the heck Cee Lo Green is. And some of you who know who Cee Lo Green is won’t know the song “I Can’t Go For That” or the blond guy in shades singing it. But this funked up version of a 30-year-old song works as well as or — dare I say? — better than the original. That’s saying something for this #1 hit from January of ’82.
“Easy, ready, willing, overtime. When does it stop? Where do you dare me to draw the line?”
News is on the way…