SEC Articles

Greyson Lambert
Week 5 of the 2015 college football season starts on Thursday night with Miami traveling to Cincinnati and continues on Friday with three matchups, including UConn visiting BYU. But as usual, the focus for every weekend slate is on Saturday....
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Nick Chubb
The SEC’s Week 5 slate features one of the marquee matchups in the nation, as Alabama travels to Georgia for a key conference showdown. The Crimson Tide has not played the Bulldogs in a regular season game since 2008, but there’s plenty...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
A perennial topic of debate among college football fans has involved this question: Which conference is the strongest? Unfortunately, the answers are too often tainted by personal or regional biases. Local media focus on teams in their respective...
John La Fleur
10 months ago
The college football season is about a third of the way complete, and most of us still aren't sure what to make of it. Personally, I prefer it that way. Part of what makes the game so fascinating is its unpredictability, thanks in large part to...
J.P. Scott
10 months ago
Reggie Ragland
Oh yeah, that Alabama defense. A month ago, the preseason talk was that this 2015 Alabama defense was going to be downright nasty. Mostly because of the front seven. In fact, some were saying the Tide's front seven this year just may be the...
Erik Stinnett
10 months ago
Nick Chubb
Ranking any player or team after one month of the college football season is tough. With one-sided matchups skewing the statistics, and conference play not yet underway for most teams, it's hard to say whether these players will carry that...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Trevone Boykin
Ranking any player or team after one month of the college football season is nearly impossible. With one-sided matchups skewing the statistics, and conference play not yet underway for most teams, more data is needed before accurately judging...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Multiple things can be true about a given subject at the same time without anyone person necessarily being wrong. For example, one thing that is true regarding the Arkansas Razorbacks to date is they have underperformed per expectations laid out...
Ryan Wright
10 months ago
Greg Schiano
College football is a sport driven by the men on the sideline. Teams take on the attitude, approach, work ethic and style of their coaches — for better or worse. As we've seen throughout the history of the sport, one right or wrong...
J.P. Scott
10 months ago
Leonard Fournette
The first month of the 2015 college football season is in the books. Unfortunately, that means this year is almost a third of the way finished. However, the next two months (plus a week in December) should bring plenty of crazy plays,...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Leonard Fournette
The hype surrounding LSU Tigers’ sophomore running back Leonard Fournette is no longer stuff of Louisiana legend and myth but now a growing gridiron monster on a national scale for all college football fans to enjoy. The 6-foot-1, 230-pound...
Ryan Wright
10 months ago
Jim Harbaugh
Numbers and statistics are a huge part of college football. Every Sunday, reading updated box scores and stats is like Christmas for fans and media members. Some stats like total offense and total defense are overrated, but each help paint a...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Trevone Boykin
Week 4 of the 2015 college football season is in the books. The Pac-12 was the conference in the spotlight on Saturday, as Arizona-UCLA, Oregon-Utah and Arizona State-USC were some of the weekend’s most anticipated matchups. However, all...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Smothered. That's kind of what happened this week to one eyebrow-raising play in last Saturday's Alabama-Ole Miss game. Smothered by talk of other Alabama football-related topics, including other memorable plays from the Rebels' 43-37...
Erik Stinnett
10 months ago
Saturday’s Tennessee vs. Florida matchup is a moment of truth for both teams. The Volunteers are still looking for that signature win under Butch Jones that shows it can contend for the SEC East. Gator fans are still uncertain what the future...
Aaron Tallent
10 months ago
Russell Hansbrough
Along with Texas A&M, Missouri joined the SEC in 2012 not knowing what would be in store. Since that time, both programs have been remarkably successful. Mizzou, especially, has turned some heads. After going 5-7 in year one, head coach Gary...
Cody McClure
10 months ago
Ole Miss, for the second time in as many years, handed Alabama its first loss of the season Saturday, defeating the Crimson Tide 43-37 in Tuscaloosa. The loss snapped Alabama’s NCAA-leading 17-game home win streak and knocked the Tide out of...
Elton Hayes
10 months ago
Jim McElwain will attempt to get his second SEC win as his Florida Gators will host the Tennessee Volunteers Saturday. Last weekend, McElwain earned his first conference victory (14-9) on the road against the Kentucky Wildcats. Florida...
Antwan Staley
10 months ago
Dak Prescott
The rugged SEC West doesn’t provide any breaks on the schedule for any of the division’s seven teams, and Saturday night’s matchup between Auburn and Mississippi State is already shaping up to be a critical game for both teams....
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Joshua Dobbs
Florida looks to continue its domination over Tennessee on Saturday, as the Gators and Volunteers meet in Gainesville for a critical September showdown in the SEC. The annual matchup between Tennessee and Florida has slipped in national and SEC...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
James Conner
Injuries are an unfortunate part of every college football season. Whether it’s a small ailment affecting a key player for a couple of weeks or an injury keeping a player sidelined for the entire year, all injuries have an impact on the final...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
West Virginia Mountaineers
Things got ugly last weekend. But so did most of college football and that is what makes the sport so great.  The SEC West and Pac-12 South both got flipped on their heads, Ohio State and the ACC struggled and the state of Texas was...
Braden Gall
10 months ago
The start of the 2015 season for Arkansas and Texas A&M could not have started out any differently with both teams hurdling in opposite directions. The Hogs were preseason No. 18 in the AP poll while Texas A&M was unranked. After a 3-0...
Ryan Wright
10 months ago
Brandon Allen
Arkansas and Texas A&M enter Saturday night’s neutral site matchup in Arlington, Texas as two programs seemingly headed in opposite directions this season. While both were projected as top 25 teams by most outlets this preseason, the...
Steven Lassan
10 months ago
Johnny McCrary
The Ole Miss Rebels are riding high following a 43-37 victory over Alabama in Tuscaloosa last week. Following that victory, Ole Miss made a huge jump in the polls – all the way from No. 15 to No. 3 in the AP Top 25 – and now has the...
Nicholas Ian Allen
10 months ago

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