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1 week, 5 days ago from saturdaydownsouth.com
25 days from the start of 2018, here are 25 reasons I’m excited for SEC football
But I think there will be plenty of entertainment in watching the SEC’s single-season passing touchdowns leader try and coexist with one of the more infamous SEC coaches in recent memory. No matter how much Kirby Smart says that he refuses to use 2nd-and-26 as motivation, I think that’ll fuel Deandre Baker and J.R. Reed to lead a revamped unit.
  #544 Jimbo Fisher,
Texas A&M Aggies
  #1,225 Tua Tagovailoa,
Alabama Tide
  #469 Drew Lock,
Missouri Tigers
  #4,984 Derek Dooley,  
  #169 Kirby Smart,  
  #22,002 Deandre Baker,
Georgia Bulldogs
  #215,835 Daylon Mack,  
  #11,536 Zamir White,  
  #3,801 Justin Fields,  
  #369 Jake Fromm,
Georgia Bulldogs
  #240,336 Rakeem Boyd,
Arkansas Razorbacks
  #188,910 Emmit Gooden,  
  #9,230 Jeffery Simmons,
Bulldogs
  #1,659 Joe Moorhead,  
  #310 Gus Malzahn,  
  #16,081 Charlie Potter  
2 weeks, 2 days ago from uoflsports.com
Women's Basketball Releases 2018-19 Non-Conference Schedule
strong – University of Louisville women's basketball has released its 2018-19 non-conference schedule, which is highlighted by home games against Nebraska, Kentucky and Connecticut. Louisville opened last season with a 20-0 record, which marked the best start and longest winning streak in program history, and reached as high as No.
  #2,388 Jeff Walz,  
  #6,832 Jazmine Jones  
2 weeks, 2 days ago from auburntigers.com
Auburn takes over SEC Network on Friday
Beginning at 11 p.m. CT on Thursday, Auburn fans can relive classic moments from 2017-18, a season in which the Tigers claimed championships in football, men's basketball, golf and equestrian. Playing without starters Anfernee McLemore and Mustapha Heron, the Tigers routed their in-state rivals, closing in the SEC title, a win Auburn coach described as "special beyond compare."
#208,953 Mighty Ruthie,  
  #3,278 Casey Mize,
Auburn Tigers
  #47,332 Rowdy Gaines,  
  #3,028 Jeff Shearer  
2 weeks, 2 days ago from saturdaydownsouth.com
We survived. Camp is here: 1 big storyline for every SEC team
The local recruit might not be able to make up ground in the new system to pass Cole Kelley or Ty Storey, but I’m interested in seeing if he can push them in camp and add a “quarterback of the future” element upon arrival. I fully expect Snell to get promoted a ton because with all due respect to guys like Larry Warford and Bud Dupree, it’s a little bit different to have a potential All-American ball carrier.
  #1,225 Tua Tagovailoa,
Alabama Tide
  #116 Jalen Hurts,
Alabama Tide
  #48,306 Ty Storey,
Arkansas Razorbacks
  #310 Gus Malzahn,  
  #153,350 Justin Watkins,  
  #169 Kirby Smart,  
  #1,660 Randall Cobb,
Green Bay Packers
  #17,677 Bud Dupree,
Pittsburgh Steelers
  #926 Barry Odom,  
  #1,086 Matt Luke,  
  #194 Will Muschamp,  
  #5,723 Jauan Jennings,  
  #1,506 Kellen Mond,  
  #544 Jimbo Fisher
Texas A&M Aggies
2 weeks, 3 days ago from geauxcolonels.com
Arceneaux, Fonseca named STATS FCS Preseason All-America
strong Nicholls State University football seniors Chandler Arceneaux and Lorran Fonseca have been named to the 2018 STATS FCS Preseason All-America Teams, the organization announced Tuesday morning. Congrats to Lorran Fonseca and Chandler Arceneaux on being named to the Preseason @FCS_STATS All-America Teams #geauxcolonels #oNeway #SouthlandStrong pic.twitter.com/bsoyGpQH2T
  #97,926 Chandler Arceneaux,
Colonels
  #24,155 Lorran Fonseca,
Colonels
  #11,725 Devlin Hodges,
Bulldogs
  #190,139 Cal Daniels,
Seawolves
  #93,206 Keelan Doss,  
  #25,248 Nathan Stewart,
Sam Houston State Bearkats
  #105,463 Charlie Taumoepeau,
Portland State Vikings
  #124,852 Zach Larsen,
Southern Utah University
  #332,199 Iosua Opeta,  
  #46,962 Miles Brown,  
  #45,873 Ahmad Gooden,
Bulldogs
  #101,878 Khalen Saunders,
SWIC
  #59,165 Chris Terrell,
Bears
  #33,632 Bryson Armstrong,  
  #43,946 Josh Buss,
Orediggers
  #76,626 Nasir Adderley,  
  #19,393 Robbie Grimsley,
Wildcats
  #59,090 Zane Dudek,  
  #110,087 Tevin McCaster,  
  #56,155 Joe Protheroe  
2 weeks, 3 days ago from saturdaydownsouth.com
Who are the SEC’s top 10 WRs for 2018? NFL Draft prospects lead the way
He finished 2017 second on the team in receptions (38), receiving yards (639) and TDs (6), and is expected to vastly exceed those numbers this year as the Dawgs gradually increase their passing attack under the maturing Fromm. When Deebo Samuel went down with a broken leg in Week 3 last year, Edwards picked up the slack and took advantage of his increased role in the passing attack, finishing with 64 receptions for 793 yards and 5 TDs, leading the team in all three categories.
  #639 Calvin Ridley,
Alabama Tide
  #1,225 Tua Tagovailoa,
Alabama Tide
  #4,673 Javon Wims,
Georgia Bulldogs
  #179,546 Terrence Metcalf,  
  #4,984 Derek Dooley  
2 weeks, 4 days ago from milb.com
Captains' Mejia twirls second straight stunner
The 6-foot-4, 205-pound right-hander with three pitches -- a fastball, a slider and a changeup -- has shown flashes of brilliance during 2018, despite missing nearly seven weeks while he nursed some elbow irritation and spent time with family after his father passed away in May. The hurler turned for a pickoff attempt but managed to hold onto the ball rather than tossing it away and giving up another bag, or potentially, a run.
  #567,049 Joe Torres,  
  #4,723 Drew Avans,  
  #6,686 Deacon Liput
University of Florida
2 weeks, 4 days ago from ferrumpanthers.com
Ferrum Student-Athletes Named Academic All-Conference
Football standout Brian Mann, pictured above, was the USA South Offensive Player of the Year and a first team All-Conference selection. Wrestlers Hunter Goulart and Bailey Cooper were named All-Conference in the Southeast Wrestling Conference, and field hockey standout Kasey Sheets was All-Conference in the Southern Athletic Association.
  #31,023 Brian Mann,  
  #54,137 Tyler Fullem,  
  #196,785 Brendon Schrantz,  
#152,805 Kasey Sheets,  
  #69,648 Tucker Brown,
Auburn Tigers
  #199,868 Christian Mosier,  
  #93,671 Brandon Turner,  
  #230,095 Tanner Brooks,  
  #18,821 Chris Clarke,  
  #670,872 Henry Carkhuff  
2 weeks, 4 days ago from usatoday.com
Alabama remains the team to beat in the SEC
Auburn has a Heisman Trophy contender in quarterback Jarrett Stidham to go ample talent and depth on both sides of the ball, with the biggest question mark found along a rebuilt offensive front. There’s no reason as of yet to wonder about Jeremy Pruitt, who at least represents a drastic change, but I don’t think it’s fair to shoulder his debut season with expectations beyond making a bowl game and playing better football in November than September.
  #1,225 Tua Tagovailoa,
Alabama Tide
  #147 Nick Chubb,
Georgia Bulldogs
  #700 Roquan Smith,
Georgia Bulldogs
  #1,659 Joe Moorhead,  
  #246 Jake Bentley,
South Carolina Gamecocks
  #202 Dan Mullen,  
  #4,984 Derek Dooley,  
  #1,920 Jeremy Pruitt,  
  #1,770 Benny Snell  
2 weeks, 5 days ago from saturdaydownsouth.com
Ahead of fall camp, a prediction of who will win each SEC quarterback battle
There are some high expectations from the in-state true freshman, and if he shows that he’s ahead of the curve in understanding Chad Morris’ offense, I think there’s a fairly decent chance that he gets the start. Hoak’s accuracy has been praised by players this offseason, and while Wilson might have the better playmaking abilities, it might make more sense to give the veteran the first crack at the starting gig.
  #9,086 Kyle Trask,
Florida Gators
  #19,688 Lowell Narcisse,
Tigers
  #110 Urban Meyer,  
  #6,034 Keller Chryst,
Cardinal
  #6,942 Gene Chizik,  
  #9,262 Christian McCaffrey
Carolina Panthers