After two days of soccer showing up on the lunch links, I think it’s time to get back to some American football. But before I get to Thursday’s links, I wanted to post this photo from Philip Lutzenkirchen’s memorial service Wednesday night. Both Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs and football coach Gus Malzahn were on hand and spoke at the gathering.
His light will live on in the AU & LHS communities. #43 #13 Forever Philip Lutzenkirchen. Thank you for the support. pic.twitter.com/kC7VXWiquP
— LassiterAthletics (@LassiterSports) July 3, 2014
Now to the links. Enjoy your 4th of July weekend.
Philip Lutzenkirchen remembered as friendly, fun-loving at candlelight memorial.
Former Auburn quarterback Cam Newton honors Lutzenkirchen on social media, challenges all to talk, forgive and love.
Remember former Florida quarterback Jacoby Brissett? He’s now at North Carolina State and ready to run the Wolfpack’s offense this season.
The Macon Telegraph is ranking the top 12 most important players for Georgia this season. Coming in at No. 2 is running back Todd Gurley.
Missouri's freshman wide receiver Keyon Dilosa will miss the 2014 season after rupturing his Achilles’ tendon during a workout last week.
Marcus Lattimore’s legacy at South Carolina will live on after two donors gifted a scholarship in his name.
As cliche as it sounds, elite offensive line play is common in the SEC and critical to a national championship. Athlon Sports ranked the SEC offensive lines for 2014.
Hypothetically, what if the College Football Playoff had been in place all along?