UT recently held a team dinner for the freshman and they were served steak and macaroni and cheese. I really hope our team dietician didn't sign off on the meal and this was looked at as one of those "oh well, it's only one meal" type of thing. I also saw Jonathan Gray in a picture where he appeared to be storing a year's worth of Gatorade 2 in his dorm room. I don't think these things are a big deal necessarily, but I'm really interested in learning more about what type of diet the new team dietician is advocating.
I really hope he/she is looking at the Paleo Diet (grass fed, ruminant animal proteins, wild caught fish, organic vegetables, fruit, and water mostly) as I think that's where most elite athletes should be heading with their diets. Diet is generally overlooked for college football players IMO, but I think we could get a huge competitive advantage if we became a little more disciplined and scientific in this area.