SEC NEWS AROUND THE WEB
- A look at bowl game gifts for college football
- Dial catching a lot of heat from his hit on Murray
- Tyler Wilson has chooses his NFL agent
- AU only school without All-SEC representative
- Kirby Smart interviews at Auburn
- Gators rack up postseason All-SEC awards
- Jarvis Jones is SEC's top defensive player
- UGA trying to move past the heartbreaking loss
- Stoops brings championship aspirations to Kentucky
- LSU's defense, Clemson's offense stand out
MORE SEC NEWS-ssS
Johnny Football will be going to New York City for this weekend's ceremony. But is his margin of victory really the only question remaining?
Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com is reporting that Houston Dale might be getting back into coaching, as he's going to interview for the USF job. Tampa, prepare for some heppin' possibly coming your...
After th' gators get hold of him, he'll still be mum on his future!
P.F. in the picture...He was in N.Y. recently...wonder if he had anything to do with this article? It's a great read!
The statue sits in front of Bryant-Denny Stadium, in Tuscaloosa, which I visited this summer. The facility isn’t built like the traditional bowls at Michigan or Notre Dame or U.S.C.—it rises up in tiers, like an N.F.L. building. As I walked into the stadium with Cecil Hurt, who has covered the Crimson Tide for thirty years at the Tuscaloosa News, he noted where various expansions had taken place: when Bear Bryant became the coach, in the late fifties, the stadium seated thirty-one thousand. There are now over a hundred thousand seats, and Hurt pointed to various places where future expansion would take place. (Mostly of the luxury-box variety.) Standing in the end zone, I got goosebumps, and there wasn’t even anybody in the seats. I had the same reaction I had while watching John Calipari lead a tour of the new dorm for his Kentucky basketball players: given the choice, why would a high-school athlete go anywhere else? As we walked off the field, Hurt directed me to a tunnel on the north end of the stadium, leading from the Alabama locker room to a prime section of seats reserved for potential recruits. “Saban told somebody, ‘I want a wow factor when they walk in,’” Hurt said. The tunnel is lined on one side by a wall of the names and photos of recent Alabama players selected in the N.F.L. Draft, like a law school listing the ampersanded firms its graduates have joined. (No school has had a better job-placement rate: eleven Alabama players have been chosen in the first round in the past four years, more than from any other program.) On the opposite wall is a series of images telling the story of Mark Ingram, the...
The SEC is college football's No. 1 conference, so it's no surprise there's a lot of interest in the coaching positions at Tennessee, Auburn and Arkansas. Although each of the three schools has a lot of positives, is there much separating this trio? The Razorbacks and Volunteers have upgraded their facilities in recent years, while the Tigers are just two years removed from a national title.
You are the company you keep. A conference is a brotherhood. ACC fans will enjoy their association with the people of the University of Louisville.
Thins that make ya go Hmmm....
Starting with the worst of the bunch, ranking all 35 bowl matchups.
Who's going where? Who are the best fits for the job openings?