Let's start today's rainy-day version of our links with some Webb, singing "Love is Different" ...
That song was our theme while we were in college. Which seems pretty pathetic now, I realize.
Here are some additional stops from around the Web.
— ESPN's Ivan Maisel has a little more on the Tide's visit to Washington. There's video included, which means you get to hear Ivan talking in his bizarre Southern-but-not-really drawl.
— OTS (who else?) has the definitive wrap-up of Pro Day in Tuscaloosa, which included the bizarre revelation that Rolando McClain has Crohn's Disease. Um, what?
— With spring practice almost here, here's a primer from Chris Low on the 'Bama defensive front. This is a bigger deal than you might think: if I've learned anything over the last few years, I learned that a good defensive front can make up for a lot of ills, including deficiencies in the secondary. So yeah, we need to be tough up front.
— Yes, I should say something basketball related before we wrap this thing, so here's a column from Jon Solomon about how the SEC's use of divisions in basketball is dumb.
— Jason Heyward related hype: Chop Talk has his 2010 player preview; and Chipper says his team will need him right from the jump.
— Miscellaneous: Dr. Saturday throws some cold water on the 2010 dark horses; EDSBS considers the implications of a fight between Greg Paulus and Tim Tebow; and Brian Cook considers the death of the big Top 25 meeting in the regular season. Games like this: