1. Is the Pressure Facing University of Georgia's Mark Richt Justified?

    Alot of the off season discussion surrounding the Georgia Bulldogs football program has been focused on the head coach and his job security after an 8-5 campaign in 2009...

    The ACC and SEC Blog Written by The ACC and SEC Blog about over 4 years ago 382 reads 10 comments

  2. Will Derek Dooley Get the Time He Needs To Rebuild Tennessee?

    When you want to find out the inside scoop on someone where do you go? To their mother of course. Barbara Dooley, mother of new Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley, has been a guest on ...

    The ACC and SEC Blog Written by The ACC and SEC Blog about over 4 years ago 1,601 reads 17 comments

  3. What Matchups Would You Like to See Open the College Football Season?

    The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game is getting ready to kick off the 2010 college football season again with the marquee matchup on opening weekend: LSU vs North Carolina. In its third year, this Kickoff Game has matched the ACC vs...

    The ACC and SEC Blog Written by The ACC and SEC Blog about over 4 years ago 652 reads 30 comments

  4. ACC/Big 10 Challenge Pairings Announced: Can the ACC Regain Control?

    The ACC/Big 10 Challenge pairings are set with the ACC hoping to reclaim the title after losing it for the first time in 11 years. The marquee matchup is defending national champion Duke hosting fellow Final Four mate Michigan State...

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  5. Will Paul Hewitt Make the Right Hire to Get Georgia Tech Back on Track?

    Georgia Tech basketball has a shakeup on the coaching staff, but it might not be the one some fans want. Assistant John O’Connor is leaving Tech to take the head job at Division II Holy Family after spending six seasons on Paul Hewitt’s staff.

    The ACC and SEC Blog Written by The ACC and SEC Blog about over 4 years ago 381 reads 6 comments

  6. Sidney Lowe Shows He Can Recruit, Now He Must Show He Can Coach

    Sidney Lowe has a secret he wants to tell you. He can recruit really, really well. NC State has signed three recruits in 2010 all five stars, including power forward CJ Leslie who inked with the Wolfpack last week...

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  7. Dan Mullen, Mississippi State Using Egg Bowl Win As Springboard into 2011

    Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen was on the Paul Finebaum Radio Show last week and talked with Paul for almost an hour about Miss State's program, Urban Meyer's situation, and the SEC in general...

    The ACC and SEC Blog Written by The ACC and SEC Blog about over 4 years ago 773 reads 5 comments

  8. BCS Championship Odds: Where Does Your Team Stand?

    The BCS Championship odds are changing with the end of spring practice and altering of depth charts. Just who do the oddsmakers like to win it all in 2011? Can Alabama repeat? Is ...

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  9. Georgia, Georgia Tech Looking For Improvement On Defense With New Hires

    The Georgia Bulldogs and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets both hired new defensive coordinators this offseason. One move was expected after a disappointing 8-5 season where many blamed the decline of the defense over the past few years...

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  10. Can the Atlantic Step Up and Challenge the Coastal in the ACC This Year?

    Preseason magazines soon will begin to adorn newsstands with predictions for the upcoming college football season...

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  11. Alabama Will Not Have To Look Far For Their Toughest Opponent In 2010

    Alabama's Spring Practice culminated in the A-Day game Saturday with the work already begun to repeat as national champions. Nick Saban's club will be favored in every game next season and likely by at least a touchdown each time they take the field...

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  12. What Zach Mettenberger's Dismissal Means to the Georgia Bulldogs

    I was just getting ready to write a story about how Georgia's Spring Practice may have created more questions than it answered. And then this story broke. All of a sudden the UGA QB battle got a lot thinner, and Aaron Murray better win it in the fall.

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  13. Josh Nesbitt's Injury May Be a Blessing in Disguise for Georgia Tech

    When your starting quarterback misses time because of surgery, normally it is a bad thing. But that may not be the case in Atlanta where the Yellow Jackets have been operating in spring practice without last year's signal caller Josh Nesbitt...

    The ACC and SEC Blog Written by The ACC and SEC Blog about over 4 years ago 755 reads 2 comments

  14. Duke-Butler: Five Thoughts after a Thrilling Championship Game

    1. I think this was Coach K’s best coaching job of his career. He has had teams with much more talent not even make it to the Final Four, much less win it all...

    The ACC and SEC Blog Written by The ACC and SEC Blog about over 4 years ago 388 reads 1 comments

  15. Final Four Has a Distinct Hoosier Flair

    The Final Four is back in Indianapolis, the city that hosts it the best. A scan down the teams' rosters finds quite a few natives of the Hoosier State, but, unlike football, most of the teams get their players from out of state...

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  16. John Calipari Will Use More Top Recruits To Rebuild Kentucky Again

    Kentucky’s season came to an end Saturday night and likely so did the college careers of fab freshman John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins...

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  17. Clemson-Missouri Preview: Oliver Purnell Goes for First Tournament Win

    Two Tigers will tangle in Buffalo on Friday in the second of three games pitting the Big 12 against the ACC. Wake Forest gave the ACC a 1-0 advantage with an OT win over Texas Thursday...

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  18. Duke Blue Devils: Capable of More Than the ACC Title?

    Duke won the ACC Championship on Sunday and landed a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. This success does not come as a surprise to Blue Devils fans, though...

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  19. Like It or Not, Kentucky's Season Starts in the NCAA Tournament

    John Calipari was hired at Kentucky last spring to bring the Wildcats back to prominence. And prominence is measured with national championships in Lexington; they don’t have banners for any one of their 26 SEC titles...

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  20. NCAA Tournament Will Define Georgia Tech's Up and Down Season

    Georgia Tech came into Greensboro, NC for the ACC Tournament squarely on the bubble. They leave coming within four points of an ACC Championship...

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  21. Georgia Tech Needs Some "Favors" to Win an ACC Title Against Duke

    The ACC Championship will be decided Sunday between a team many expected earlier this week to be here and another that many expected to be here at the beginning of the season. These teams split the regular season series, each winning on their home court.

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  22. Kentucky-Vanderbilt Basketball: Keys to the Game and SEC Predictions

    The NCAA Tournament bubble is starting to form and the SEC has three teams clearly on it. Two of those teams, Florida and Ole Miss, play today in Oxford. But the big game of the weekend is Kentucky traveling to Nashville to face Vanderbilt...

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  23. As Georgia Tech Sits On The NCAA Bubble, Paul Hewitt Feels No Pressure

    Georgia Tech lost another basketball game Saturday night to fall to 5-6 in the ACC and is now squarely on the NCAA bubble...

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  24. Auburn Football: Is Tuberville's Downfall the 2006 and 2007 Classes?

    Gene Chizik just wrapped up his first full recruiting year at Auburn and it appears to be much better than what he inherited from Tommy Tuberville...

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  25. Recruiting Rewind: How The 2007 Class Changed Georgia Tech's Program

    Georgia Tech’s 2007 Class changed the direction of the program and was a big part of the 2009 ACC Championship team. That class was the best, but also the last class of the Chan Gailey era...

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