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SEC EAST – THREE WIDE RECEIVER QUESTIONS

This series continues to look at some of the positional questions we have for the various SEC teams. This will not be a look at positional battles per se, instead it will be focused on aspects of those positions from last year and question what we will see in 2017. We have rolled through the […]

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SEC FOOTBALL TESTED TRUTHS -- SEC EAST VERSION

SEC FOOTBALL TESTED TRUTHS — SEC EAST VERSION

Football programs acquire psychological profiles. It is one of the mind-bending yet utterly irresistible elements of college football. What follows is not necessarily a look at each SEC East program’s most defining “psychological” feature. The focus is one the most notable characteristics in relation to the 2017 season. (more…)

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SEC FOOTBALL SIDS RANK CONFERENCE

The 71st annual SEC Football report put out by the Birmingham News in June that you might have missed. It included its usual array of information. One piece of information was a poll of the sports information directors at the various schools and one of the items on the poll was to vote for the […]

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EXPECTATIONS FOR EACH SEC EAST TEAM

EXPECTATIONS FOR EACH SEC EAST TEAM

  SEC Media Days are over, but the event in Hoover, Ala., represents the unofficial “start” of “talkin’ season.” Coaches tried to put their best feet forward at podiums, at SEC Network desks, and on radio row… which is part of their job. Whether they were blowing smoke or had every reason to say what […]

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OKAY, SEC FOOTBALL — IT’S TIME TO DO YOUR PART

Football was a real drag on the Southeastern Conference in the just-concluded 2016-2017 sports cycle, which began in late summer and carried through the recently completed College World Series. Wait — that’s a real sentence? Yes. It’s not meant to be alarmist, even though it might sound like it. It is a relatively simple statement […]

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AN SEC EAST REVOLUTION WON'T OCCUR THIS YEAR, BUT THE SEEDS OF CHANGE  MIGHT BE PLANTED

AN SEC EAST REVOLUTION WON’T OCCUR THIS YEAR, BUT THE SEEDS OF CHANGE  MIGHT BE PLANTED

It would rate as a surprise this season if Florida and Georgia fail to win the SEC East. Tennessee’s chance to climb to the top — and potentially stay there — was last year. It’s very hard to see how Butch Jones, without Josh Dobbs and Derek Barnett, can come particularly close to winning the […]

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