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10 Shows We'd Like to See on the SEC Network

We've got some ideas for the SEC Network brass.
The 10 Shows We'd Like to See on the SEC Network

The SEC Network will be in 91 million homes.

 

It will be the fourth-most accessible sports cable network (ESPN, ESPN2, FOX Sports 1) and will dwarf the launch of every other college sports channel.

 

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Tennessee Names Justin Worley Starting QB

Worley wins a three-man battle.
Tennessee Names Justin Worley its Starting QB

Tennessee’s three-man battle for the quarterback job is officially down to one. Coach Butch Jones picked Justin Worley as the team’s starter, edging sophomores Nathan Peterman and Joshua Dobbs.

Worley played in eight games in 2013, throwing for 1,239 yards and 10 scores. He also tossed eight interceptions and completed just 55.6 percent of his throws.

In three years at Tennessee, Worley has 1,977 career passing yards and 10 starts under his belt.

Athlon Sports Cover 2 Podcast: Official 2014 Predictions

The guys make all of their official predictions for 2014.
Athlon Sports Cover 2 Podcast: Official 2014 Predictions

The 2014 season is upon us and the guys make all of their official predictions for each of the Big 5 conferences as well as who will win the first College Football Playoff.

 

Is Missouri's Maty Mauk the next star quarterback in the SEC?

Pinkel says his sophomore QB has the "it" factor
Is Missouri's Maty Mauk the next star quarterback in the SEC?

If Missouri center Evan Boehm had any doubts about the definition of a “gamer” he learned it by watching quarterback Maty Mauk.

On Oct. 12 against Georgia last season, Mauk got his first taste of SEC play when starting quarterback James Franklin went down with a shoulder injury in the fourth quarter. Mauk entered the game on a third-and-6 and promptly picked up a first down on a six-yard run.

Ranking the Top 15 Players in the SEC For 2014 (Experts Poll)

Who are the top 15 players for 2014?
Ranking the Top 15 Players in the SEC For 2014 (Experts Poll)

The SEC couldn’t close the BCS era with an eighth consecutive national championship, but the conference is still the best in the nation. With a conference deep in playoff contenders and top 25 teams, there’s no shortage of individual talent on all 14 rosters.

 

The Top 10 Most Underrated College Football QBs in 2014

USC could have one of the most underrated passing attacks this fall.
The Top 10 Most Underrated College Football Quarterbacks in 2014

Do most SEC fans know who Taylor Kelly is? That he is the only other player in the nation other than the great Johnny Manziel to throw for at least 3,000 yards and rush for at least 500 in each of the last two seasons?

 

Because if not, they should. Which is heading into the 2014 campaign.

 

SEC Football Breakout Players for 2014

Hutson Mason is a breakout player for 2014.
SEC Football Breakout Players for 2014

Every year, college football fans are introduced to a handful of players that become household names by the end of the season. Whether it’s a true freshman playing for the first time, a junior college recruit stepping into the lineup or a player on the roster that’s finally ready to assume a starting job, predicting which players will breakout any year is never an easy task.

 

College Football's Top Transfers to Watch in 2014

Wes Lunt highlights a deep QB transfer group.
College Football's Top Transfers to Watch in 2014

Free agency isn’t an option in college football, but player movement is still a big part of every offseason. The transaction wire was busy over the last year with several players changing homes for the 2014 campaign.

Several quarterbacks changed addresses for 2014, including graduate transfers Michael Brewer (Virginia Tech), Jacob Coker (Alabama), Jake Heaps (Miami), Matt Joeckel (TCU) and Stephen Rivers (Vanderbilt).

Ranking College Football's Best and Worst Logos in 2014

What is the nation's best football logo? The worst?
Ranking College Football's Best and Worst Logos in 2014

Official school logos have been and will always be the simplest and most important way for a college program to classify and separate itself from its peers. Some change dramatically over time while others are literally set in stone for decades. Some are edgy, exciting and extremely busy while others are clean, classic and simple.

 

Every college football program in the nation has an official logo and the goal is to be the most recognizable brand in the nation.

 

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