From possible rematch between the Dawgs and Notre Dame to the rejection of alcohol sales at Sanford Stadium, we're starting to learn more about what the landscape of the program will look like in the coming years.
To kick it off, alcohol is becoming more a part of college football whether you're a fan or not. While a handful of schools are starting to sell alcohol, Georgia doesn't look like it's going to be one of them.
So no wine coolers in the stadium.
I think that's what people drink at football games anyway.
As far as Notre Dame goes, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tim Tucker wrote an insightful article on what we may be seeing in terms of a rematch as well as when it may happen. In short, Tucker says Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity knows about as much as we do on the matter. If it were to happen, it looks like 2017-2020 may be the time slot.
Nothing is in writing, though. Stay tuned on that one.
Finally, Alabama is good at football. A lot of prospects go there, but lately a few quarterbacks have left Tuscaloosa. Parker McLeod is the latest.
McLeod redshirted his first year on campus and soon decided he was going to look around at some different schools. The former three-star prospect is looking at schools to transfer to in the offseason now, according to the SEC Blog.
The quarterback competition at Alabama is wide open.