SEC Articles

Butch Jones
The Tennessee Volunteers entered their 2015 campaign with big expectations and high hopes. While they ultimately fell short of winning the SEC East, a strong finish to the season, culminating in a dominant 45-6 victory over Northwestern in the...
Rob McVey
9 months ago
Brandon Harris
Unrealistic fan expectations hit an all-time new high during the 2015 season in the SEC when perennial winner Mark Richt was ousted from Georgia and LSU nearly did the same thing to head coach Les Miles at the end of a 9-3 season. At the heart of...
Ryan Wright
9 months ago
In 2015, Auburn had the most disappointing season of any team in college football. After being anointed in the preseason as a favorite to win the SEC and a contender for the College Football Playoff, the Tigers finished with a 7-6 (2-6 SEC) record...
Jason Hall
9 months ago
Hugh Freeze's teams at Ole Miss get better by one game every year. In his first season as head coach in 2012, the Rebels went 7-6. Then, in 2013, they went 8-5, then 9-4, then 10-3 last season. If you go by this method of consistent...
Cody McClure
9 months ago
Jake Hubenak
When we last left the Texas A&M football team, a 5-0 start deteriorated into an 8-5 frustrating finish punctuated by a season-ending two-game slide against LSU and Louisville. To make matters worse, head coach Kevin Sumlin had somehow...
Ryan Wright
9 months ago
Leonard Fournette
The best collection of talent in college football resides in the SEC. While the conference is short on proven quarterbacks for 2016, ranking the top 25 players headed into spring practice is no easy assignment considering the talent on defense and...
Steven Lassan
9 months ago
A'Shawn Robinson
There are nearly 75 SEC players participating in the NFL Scouting Combine this week. Every SEC school is represented. Alabama leads the way with nine players at the combine, while Vanderbilt has one. Beginning Friday, participants will...
Cody McClure
9 months ago
Da'Shawn Hand
The SEC has a never-ending stockpile of defensive talent, and the next wave of stars is poised to emerge with spring practice just around the corner for all 14 teams. Alabama defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick, LSU defensive end Arden Key and Auburn...
Steven Lassan
9 months ago
Ralph Webb
Vanderbilt didn't get to a bowl game in 2015, but it improved. The Commodores went 4-8 but managed to knock off SEC East rivals Kentucky and Missouri. They showed improvement from head coach Derek Mason's first year and proved that on...
Cody McClure
9 months ago
Art Briles
Junior college prospects are some of the biggest wildcards in a recruiting class for college football teams. Not every program taps into the junior college ranks for options, but immediate help can be found at this level. While junior college...
Steven Lassan
9 months ago
Mark Richt
The 2015-16 college football coaching carousel was one of the busiest in recent memory. There were plenty of surprises along the way, including Steve Spurrier’s sudden retirement in October, the bizarre separation between USC and Steve...
Steven Lassan
9 months ago
Lamar Jackson
The countdown to the 2016 college football season is already underway, and even with the season nearly 200 days away, it’s never too early to take a look at the returning talent and project some of the players due for a breakout season....
Steven Lassan
9 months ago
Florida State Seminoles
The sky is blue, the Earth is round and when you have better players, you win more games. Certainly, winning big in college football takes great coaching, enormous support staffs, state-of-the-art training facilities and plenty of luck. But...
Braden Gall
9 months ago
Derrick Henry
There’s a new favorite number around Tuscaloosa these days. It’s 16. As in 16 national championships won by the Alabama Crimson Tide following their Jan. 11 victory over the Clemson Tigers to claim the second College Football Playoff....
Erik Stinnett
9 months ago
Alabama Crimson Tide
The sky is blue, the Earth is round and when you have better players, you win more games. Certainly, winning big in college football takes great coaching, enormous support staffs, state-of-the-art training facilities and plenty of luck. But...
Braden Gall
9 months ago
Leonard Fournette
It’s too early to say whether or not 2016 will be the year of the running back in college football, but there’s no shortage of talent returning at this position next fall. The top three returning options at running back – LSU...
Steven Lassan
9 months ago
New uniforms are a huge part of any college football offseason, and Kentucky is one of the first teams to unveil a new look for 2016. On Friday, the Wildcats released their updated uniforms and helmets for the 2016 season. These aren...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Butch Jones
Tennessee closed strong on National Signing Day, landing another crop of elite talent. The Volunteers brought in some of the nation's best skilled players, including dual-threat quarterback Jarrett Guarantano, safety Nigel Warrior, and athlete...
Cody McClure
10 months ago
Les Miles
The SEC was one of the big winners on National Signing Day. Three teams – Alabama, LSU and Ole Miss – cracked the top six of the consensus national team rankings, with the Crimson Tide taking home the No. 1 overall class for the sixth...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Jim McElwain
In his first recruiting class for the Florida Gators in 2015, head coach Jim McElwain finished with the 21st-ranked class, according to CBSSports.com. A top-25 class is pretty impressive considering McElwain had only been on the job for three...
Antwan Staley
10 months ago
Charlie Strong
College football recruiting rankings are not the end all, be all but certainly give a pretty good indication of the kind of seasons that are to follow for the perceived winners and the losers on National Signing Day. With a lot of coaching and a...
Ryan Wright
10 months ago
Mark Richt
Recruiting is the basic blueprint for any college football program. Building a winner starts on the recruiting trail, and the data is there to back up just how important Signing Day is to all 128 teams. Sure, there are going to be hits and misses...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Hugh Freeze
College football’s 2016 National Signing Day is officially in the books. Every FBS program inked recruits to a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, which means coaching staffs should have a good snapshot of how their program looks for...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
College football’s 2016 National Signing Day ended with a familiar face at the top of the team recruiting rankings: Alabama. The Crimson Tide claimed the recruiting national championship for the sixth consecutive season, slightly edging...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Urban Meyer
On paper, much of the 2016 college football recruiting season is a formality at this point in the game with thousands of high school and junior college recruits verbally committed to their dream school or program of choice. Regardless of the...
Ryan Wright
10 months ago

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