Another day, another quest to find out who the next basketball coach will be. No doubt a few new names will be floated today, but hopefully we're getting closer to actually getting some facts nailed down so we can all get back to caring about football.
-- The St. Louis Post-Dispatch looks at the reasons Mike Anderson chose to stay put at Missouri.
-- Looks like we can officially scrap those Oliver Purnell rumors. He got a nice bump in pay at Clemson.
-- The Lexington Herald-Leader's John Clay live blogs the news conference to introduce John Calipari.
-- This can't be a good sign: Yahoo! Sports reports the search firm Georgia is using to find its next coach has contacted Ron Jirsa for his input on the situation.
-- Hey, a funny story about a former Florida Gator... good times.
-- Between hoops and spring football, the Diamond Dogs have had to take an undeserved backseat. They edged Clemson in a close game Tuesday.
-- I have a story in today's Telegraph looking at the importance of identifying playmakers on offense to releive the pressure on A.J. Green.
-- Get the Picture has some juicy tidbits from the new book detailing the behind-the-scenes happenings with Michael Adams and Co.
-- The Senator also looks deeper at the potential impact of moving the Georgia-Florida game from Jacksonville.
-- Matthew Stafford's private workout for the Detroit Lions was particularly impressive, according to Sports Illustrated.
-- Chattanooga's Darren Epps spends a few minutes talking with Mel Kiper Jr.
-- Former Bulldog Leonard Pope appears to be staying put in Arizona.
-- I guess the economy is getting to everyone. Expedia is offering super cheap flights to Mars.
-- "The Simpsons" are getting their own stamps soon.
-- Bad news for "Lost" fans, courtesy of Lostfanz.com.
-- And finally, as a proud alum of hawking minor league sports to reluctant spectators, I'm particularly amused by this idea for a public relations ploy. Of course, it also means I'll need to link to this. Which, of course, forces me to link to my all-time favorite SNL skit.