SEC Articles

The Tennessee Volunteers have good reason to be excited heading into the 2015 season. The Vols return 18 starters (10 on offense and 8 on defense) from a squad that won four of its last five contests. This run culminated in a lopsided victory over...
Rob McVey
3 weeks ago
Anthony Jennings
LSU’ s 2014 season, by Les Miles’ standards, was a disaster. The Tigers tied the program’s worst record since Miles came to Baton Rouge in 2005, finishing 8-5 and lost 31-28 to Notre Dame in the Music City Bowl. LSU has...
Ryan Wright
3 weeks ago
Patrick Towles
Mark Stoops is 7-17 entering his third season as Kentucky's head coach. Stoops was hired during an SEC overhaul which also introduced the likes of Bret Bielema, Butch Jones and Gus Malzahn. Unlike the aforementioned, Stoops' teams have not...
Cody McClure
3 weeks ago
NIck Chubb
Georgia will enter the 2015 season with momentum from last season’s bowl win and lofty expectations in an SEC East that should be there for the taking. Mark Richt returns 13 starters, including one of the best running backs in the nation in...
Justin Nails
3 weeks ago
Picture your life ten years ago. You probably remember seeing George W. Bush begin his second term as President of the United States, and you probably remember seeing the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina on the city of New Orleans. You can...
Cody McClure
3 weeks ago
Heading into the 2014 season, speculation about what life after AJ McCarron would bring for Alabama lingered around Tuscaloosa and the SEC like early-morning humidity in the South. While All-American wide receiver Amari Cooper and other...
Elton Hayes
1 month ago
Butch Jones
On Thursday the Tennessee Volunteers landed running back Carlin Fils-Aime in a big head-to-head recruiting battle that included North Carolina, Miami, Auburn, and Georgia down the stretch. The commitment was somewhat of a surprise after a reported...
Ryan Wright
1 month ago
Nick Chubb
The SEC is in a two-year drought without a Heisman winner. After winning three trophies from 2007-10, the SEC has just one winner from 2011-14. Can the SEC claim a Heisman winner in 2015? The conference has a few options among the nation...
Steven Lassan
1 month ago
LSU enters the 2015 season ranked No. 15 in the nation by Athlon Sports with a lot of question marks on both sides of the ball. Beyond the amount of returning starters and gifted players stretched across the roster, LSU has a very favorable...
Ryan Wright
1 month ago
Will Muschamp
Coordinator changes in college football can have an immediate impact on either side of the ball. Every year, it seems a handful of teams show significant improvement in the win column or on the stat sheet as a result of a coordinator change....
Steven Lassan
1 month ago
Mark Richt
Georgia will enter the 2015 season with a lot of momentum coming off a 10-win season, a bowl win against Louisville and playmakers at almost every key position. During SEC Media Days, the Bulldogs were picked to win the SEC East and have Heisman...
Justin Nails
1 month ago
Myles Garrett
Life as a Texas A&M fan can either be viewed from an optimistic or pessimistic stance with no in between. In 2014 the Aggies either exceeded expectations in Year 1 after Johnny Manziel, going 8-5 overall, or floundered after winning their first...
Ryan Wright
1 month ago
Projecting college football’s breakout players for any given season is no easy assignment. After all, each person has a different take on what a “breakout player” is, and college football is always home to several new faces...
Steven Lassan
1 month ago
Jim McElwain
The Florida Gators' recruiting efforts had run dry since early June when last picking up commitments from cornerback Aaron Robinson and wide receiver Josh Hammond. All of that changed over the weekend during Florida’s Friday Night Lights...
Ryan Wright
1 month ago
Tim Beckman
College football coaches are always on the hot seat. The pressure to win now is greater than it was 15-20 years ago. With the 24-hour news cycle, social media and message boards, coaches, teams and players are always on the spotlight. The...
Steven Lassan
1 month ago
Entering the 2015 season the Arkansas Razorbacks are back on the college football map after two dormant seasons left in the dust of former head coach Bobby Petrino’s motorcycle accident. The 2012 and ‘13 seasons were forgettable but an...
Ryan Wright
1 month ago
Auburn enters the 2015 college football season with high expectations. The Tigers are coming off an 8-5 (4-4 SEC) record and were several lapses from being a national contender. Auburn's offense was what you'd expect from a Gus Malzahn...
Jason Hall
1 month ago
Jeremy Johnson
Projecting the outcome of a college football season, playoff teams and national champion is no easy task. Several factors go into predictions, including the schedule, coaching changes, returning starters, in-depth statistics, results from the...
Steven Lassan
1 month ago
Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game organizers have confirmed that the Tennessee Volunteers will face off against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in Atlanta on Monday night, Sept. 4, 2017. The game will be broadcast in primetime on ESPN. It will be the...
Rob McVey
1 month ago
Jim McElwain
Florida is one of the premier jobs in college football. The location in a fertile recruiting area allows the Gators to have access to some of the nation’s top talent, and the program won two BCS national championships under Urban Meyer....
Steven Lassan
1 month ago
Daniel Bituli
Tennessee Volunteers head coach Butch Jones and staff received their second bit of good news in less than a week with the announcement that four-star, in-state linebacker Daniel Bituli would be joining them in Knoxville in 2016. Bituli becomes the...
Rob McVey
1 month ago
Amidst offers from Alabama, Auburn and Missouri, among others, gifted 2016 offensive tackle Tate Leavitt spurned SEC powers and committed to the University of Kentucky on Saturday. Leavitt announced the decision via Twitter Saturday afternoon....
Cody McClure
1 month ago
There is a lot that is still unknown about the College Football Playoff Committee. One thing that was learned about the new postseason format in year number one is that the voters value strength of schedule. Teams have ramped-up non-...
Braden Gall
1 month ago
Leonard Fournette
LSU’s win total in SEC play has declined for three straight seasons, and the Tigers are coming off an 8-5 campaign, which was the lowest overall victory total for the program since 2008. However, there’s no shortage of optimism for...
Steven Lassan
1 month ago
The Southeastern Conference released their preseason All-SEC football teams on Friday, putting LSU sophomore running back Leonard Fournette in rarified air. The 6-foot-1, 230-pound, bruising playmaker made all three SEC teams, as he was voted ...
Ryan Wright
1 month ago

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