Tag Archive: SEC

Sep 15

SEC Spotlight


After another week of SEC action, Alabama is still the best team in the league and it’s still not really close.  But what else did we learn from last week’s games?  I personally believe we learned a lot as the puzzle continues to unfold.  Kentucky is clearly the worst team in the league while the …

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Sep 09

SEC Spotlight


As I watched the opening weekend of college football unfold, one thing really stuck out: the SEC is top heavy.  Alabama is once again the team to beat and the others fall in line somewhere beneath them.  The shocking revelation was just how far down some of the other teams are in comparison to ‘Bama. …

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Jan 02

The Sports Bank.net: SEC football crashing out at “SEC Speed” this bowl season


Everyone is piling on SEC football right now. Before we join in, let’s take a moment to remind everyone how/why we got here. SEC football is exceptional. With it comes SEC football exceptionalism; and it’s something that the SEC football communities love to remind you of. This will be the first time since 2005 that …

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Apr 05

The Sports Bank.net: ESPN names new SEC studio analyst: Booger McFarland


ESPN’s SEC Network has hired LSU legend Booger McFarland as a college football analyst. Booger will be a TV talking head when the network launches August 14th. McFarland is a two-time Super Bowl champion. Said Stephanie Druley, ESPN vice president, production of college networks: “Booger brings a built-in knowledge of the conference as a former …

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Sep 07

Murray and Gurley lead No. 11 Georgia past No. 6 South Carolina

Aaron Murray

Georgia had its back against the wall. Coming off a season-opening loss to Clemson, the Bulldogs couldn’t afford to start out 0-2 by losing to No. 6 South Carolina at home on Saturday. But Aaron Murray and Todd Gurley made sure No. 11 Georgia would stay alive in its quest for a BCS title. Murray …

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Aug 23

Rant Sports: Aaron Murray Better QB Than Johnny Manziel, Deserving of All-SEC Honors

For those of you pitching a fit about Aaron Murray being picked over Johnny Manziel as the All-SEC first-team quarterback, put a sock in it. There’s a reason why the coaches in college football’s most powerful conference picked Georgia‘s signal-caller over Texas A&M‘s water bug troublemaker: he’s better!   Yes, I’m aware that Manziel became …

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Aug 22

Herchel’s Preview: Georgia @ Clemson

Deb asked me to post a piece on this game, so here it is. This is an old rivalry, which Georgia leads 41-17-4. This game was played almost every year before the expansions. It is a not so friendly rivalry. Back in the day, I had a “Rednecks Turn Orange in the Fall” Tee shirt. …

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Aug 14

No Guts, No Glory: Arkansas has penciled themselves in for the SEC Championship Game


All other SEC teams are only guaranteed games through Thanksgiving week. But not Arkansas. They apparently are guaranteed beyond Thanksgiving week. Namely the SEC Championship Game and the BCS National Championship Game. At least that’s what they have listed on their official schedule on ArkansasRazorbacks.com. http://forums.sportsjabber.net/sjforums/showthread.php?t=134811

Jul 21

The Sports Bank.net: So Johnny Manziel lied to us at SEC Media Day then?


I have no problem with Johnny Manziel living the life. I have no problem with him enjoying it. We’d all take the fame, publicity, girls, fun, parties, perks etc. if we were in his position. And let’s not forget, he’s only 20 years old. When I was 20, they didn’t even have MySpace yet. I’d …

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Mar 01

Herschel: Georgia Bulldogs Spring Write Up and Observations


Here is the University of Georgia (the nation’s oldest state university, 1785). The Dawgs finished 4th/5th in the Coaches/AP polls. Who we lost: 8 defensive starters, all of whom will be drafted, including 3 probable first rounders, plus 2 more who will be drafted. 1 WR, Tavarres king, who was outstanding (ask MSU and Nebraska). …

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