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SEC Second-Half Predictions and Midseason Review

Magnolia State Magic Dominates the SEC
SEC Second-Half Predictions and Midseason Review

We have learned to expect the unexpected in college football, but no one could have seen this coming. At the midpoint of the college football season, the two schools from Mississippi are ranked No. 1 and No. 2 nationally, and Dak Prescott from Mississippi State is the frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy. Simply amazing.

Midseason Reviews and Second-Half Predictions

College Basketball: Ranking the SEC Coaches for 2014-15

John Calipari, Billy Donovan get company at the top with Bruce Pearl
College Basketball: Ranking the SEC Coaches for 2014-15

Sorry to break it to fans outside of Lexington and Gainesville, but SEC basketball is a little stale.

 

Kentucky and Florida have established a two-team power structure at the top of the league so close that the two teams have the same league record (64-20) since 2010.

 

If one coach can spice this league up, it’s the new guy at Auburn.

 

SEC Takeaways: Thompson's patience rewarded, Georgia's frustrations continue, UK's QB emerges

South Carolina is back in business
SEC Week 3 Takeaways

There was high drama in Columbia, where South Carolina recorded yet another win over its SEC East rivals from Athens. Georgia had ample opportunity to post a huge win, but once again the Bulldogs couldn’t get it done in a big spot. Elsewhere, Kentucky was impressive in a loss while Florida was a bit of disappointment in a win. And Missouri, the team that everyone forgets about, is really good again.

 

2014-15 College Basketball: The SEC's Top Freshmen, Transfers and More

Our look at the top newcomers and players returning from absences around the SEC
2014-15 College Basketball: The SEC's Top Freshmen, Transfers and More

Even in a year when Kentucky will have an uncharacteristically veteran team, the Wildcats will feature some of the top freshmen in the SEC.

Karl Towns, Tyler Ulis and Trey Lyles all could be impact players in the league for Kentucky even as they fight for playing time on the national runners up. Meanwhile, many other SEC teams are counting on transfers — from Division I and junior college — to keep them competitive in the league.

How College Basketball Teams Will Replace Their First-Round NBA Draft Picks

Draft day is over. Here's how college teams will replace their stars
How College Basketball Teams Will Replace Their First-Round NBA Draft Picks

College basketball coaches have known for several months the rosters spots they’d have to refill. For many, NBA draft day only reinforced that some of the replacement players are true replacements in name only.

Creighton likely won’t have a player like Doug McDermott again. Michigan State  and UCLA lost players with unique skill sets in Adreian Payne and Kyle Anderson.

College Basketball NBA Draft Numbers to Astound and Amaze

Kentucky leads the superlatives, but other schools have reasons to brag
College Basketball NBA Draft Numbers to Astound and Amaze

The foot injury to Joel Embiid has shuffled the deck atop the NBA Draft, setting up the potential for a new No. 1 overall pick. Will it be Duke’s Jabari Parker or Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins?

Lucky for us, we don’t have to weigh those options. Here, we’re just interested in the numbers. Whether the pick is Parker or Wiggins, both Duke or Kansas will have reason to brag.

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