SEC Articles

Jacob Coker
Quarterback is easily the position with the most pressure in any college football season. Whether it’s a quarterback fighting to keep a starting job, replacing a standout from the prior season or just looking to elevate their overall play,...
Steven Lassan
2 months ago
Let’s get one thing clear right away. There is no such thing as an “easy” schedule in the SEC. When putting together Athlon Sports' college football preview magazines each year, a huge part of the process is scheduling....
Braden Gall
3 months ago
With the volume of high-powered offenses and talent at the skill positions every year, it’s not easy being a defensive coordinator or a player on that side of the ball. However, there’s no shortage of standouts that emerge each season...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
SEC Football
Let’s get one thing clear right away. There is no such thing as an “easy” schedule in the SEC. When putting together Athlon Sports' college football preview magazines each year, a huge part of the process is scheduling....
Braden Gall
3 months ago
LSU Tigers
LSU has trended backwards in the SEC West standings for four consecutive seasons, going from first (2011) to second (2012) to third (2013) to fifth (2014). One major reason for that type of trend is the SEC West schedule. It’s the...
Braden Gall
3 months ago
Auburn Tigers
Auburn’s offense will be virtually unstoppable as long as Gus Malzahn is in charge on The Plains. But with the addition of Will Muschamp as defensive coordinator, the Tigers possibly boast the best offense-defense sideline combination in...
Braden Gall
3 months ago
Mississippi State Bulldogs
Dan Mullen led Mississippi State to unprecedented heights in 2014. The Bulldogs had a record-setting, Heisman-caliber quarterback and a veteran-led defense that had MSU in the playoff picture until the final weeks of the season. And the school...
Braden Gall
3 months ago
Derek Mason
Derek Mason’s first season at Vanderbilt wasn’t easy. The Commodores did not win a game in SEC play and two of their three non-conference wins came by three points or less. However, as the 2015 season approaches, there’s reason to...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Ohio State Buckeyes
The Heisman Trophy is the most prestigious award in sports and gambling is a huge part of the game of football. Put them together and you get preseason odds for the coveted stiff-armed trophy. Bovada recently released an updated list of...
Braden Gall
3 months ago
LSU Tigers
LSU went unbeaten in the 2011 regular season and won the SEC crown. Since then the Tigers have dropped from first to second (2012) to third (2013) to fifth (2014) in the SEC West standings. The coaching in the division has gotten...
Braden Gall
3 months ago
South Carolina Gamecocks
The last time South Carolina lost six games in a season was back in 2009. After unprecedented success and 42 wins from 2010-13, the Gamecocks came crashing back down to earth with six losses — five in the SEC — in...
Braden Gall
3 months ago
Tennessee Volunteers
Expectations are starting to soar in Knoxville for a reason. Butch Jones has quickly rebuilt the Tennessee depth chart with two incredibly talented recruiting classes. The results on the field were tangible as well, as the Vols got back to the...
Braden Gall
3 months ago
Jeremy Johnson
Auburn wasn’t quite able to recapture the magic from its 2013 run to the national championship, but coach Gus Malzahn’s second season still resulted in an 8-5 record with two losses coming by three points. As Malzahn’s team works...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Florida Gators
For the second time since 2011, Florida enters a season with a new leader at the helm of its once pristine football powerhouse. Jim McElwain comes to Gainesville checking every box that Jeremy Foley needed in a new head football coach. He...
Braden Gall
3 months ago
Derrick Henry
Alabama enters 2015 with high expectations, as coach Nick Saban’s team has the best roster in college football and has won 10 games in seven consecutive seasons. Last year ended on a down note with a loss to Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl, but...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Brandon Allen
Arkansas opens its third set of spring practices under coach Bret Bielema hoping to improve off last year’s 7-6 record. This team showed considerable progress in 2014 and is poised to take another step forward with 14 starters back in the mix...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Nick Chubb
Georgia opens spring practice as the early favorite in the SEC East. The Bulldogs just missed on a division title last season and return 12 starters for 2015. Coach Mark Richt’s team will be busy this spring, as this team has question marks...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Dak Prescott
The SEC hasn’t won a national title in the last two seasons, but this conference is still the best in the nation. And the two-year drought certainly won’t last much longer with the talent flowing to the 14 teams over the last few years...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Dak Prescott
Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott and teammates Damian Williams and Torrey Dale were attacked during a concert on spring break in Panama City, Fla, but all three players avoided major injuries from the incident. According to SunHerald.com...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Quarterback battles are easily one of the biggest storylines in any college football offseason. And it’s even more under the microscope in 2015, as the position lost several top performers, including Florida State’s Jameis Winston,...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Nick Saban Lane Kiffin
College football’s 2015 season doesn’t officially start until September, but the national championship race is already underway with the start of spring practice. Offseason workouts aren’t necessarily going to provide the best...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
Jacob Coker
Spring practice is already underway for a handful of college football teams, and the offseason workouts and scrimmages provide the first glimpse of how all 128 teams will look in 2015. The SEC West is college football’s toughest division...
Steven Lassan
3 months ago
College football coaches use Twitter accounts for various reasons, and some are better follows than others.However, the Internet rejoiced on Monday, as South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier joined Twitter. Who knows how Spurrier will use this account...
Steven Lassan
4 months ago
Nick Chubb
Spring practice is already underway for a handful of college football teams, and the offseason workouts and scrimmages provide the first glimpse of how all 128 teams will look in 2015. Georgia is the early favorite in the SEC East for 2015,...
Steven Lassan
4 months ago
Mike Anderson
No question, SEC basketball is better than it has been in a number of years. The league should send its most teams to the NCAA Tournament since 2011, including the presumptive No. 1 overall seed in Kentucky. The question, though, is if...
David Fox
4 months ago

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