1. Mississippi State Football: Can Dan Mullen Succeed Without Manny Diaz?

    Dan Mullen had gained the reputation as an offensive guru long before he became the head coach of the Mississippi State Bulldogs. His career began to take off when he was hired as a quarterback coach for Bowling Green by then-head coach Urban Meyer ...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about almost 3 years ago 915 reads 7 comments

  2. Georgia Football: Todd Grantham Has Put the Bite Back in the Bulldogs Defense

    When Todd Grantham was hired by the University of Georgia in 2010, he was supposed to be the answer to the Bulldogs defensive woes. He had coached under some of the top coaches in all of football...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about almost 3 years ago 560 reads 19 comments

  3. Alabama Football: Nick Saban Crosses Line of Professionalism in ESPN Interview

    Let me start by saying that I have always respected Nick Saban as a coach. I have voiced my displeasure in his recruiting habits and I have mentioned that with only two Top Five career finishes he is not yet one of the all-time great coaches...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about almost 3 years ago 1,890 reads 76 comments

  4. LSU Football: Les Miles Is 11 Wins Away from Escaping the Shadow of Nick Saban

    When Les Miles became the head coach of the LSU Tigers in 2005, he took over a program with a great deal of talent. Coming from Oklahoma State to coach the Bayou Bengals must have been like trading in a Volvo for a Porsche...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about almost 3 years ago 896 reads 16 comments

  5. Alabama Football: Is Eddie Lacy the Next Crimson Tide Heisman Trophy Winner?

    As soon as the 2010 season came to completion, the Trent Richardson Heisman hype train was rolling full steam. Although Richardson had never rushed for more than 750 yards in a season, he was a favorite upon several media publications...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about almost 3 years ago 485 reads 5 comments

  6. SEC Fooball: Dr. SEC's Week 4 Previews and Predictions

    As we enter Week 4, it is time to start dividing the pretenders and contenders. Is Alabama worthy of a No...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 328 reads 2 comments

  7. Tennessee Volunteers: Can Da'rick Rogers Save the Vols' Season?

    It is always difficult to watch a young college football player go down with an injury. This season we have already seen several young men have season-ending injuries. While some players can be replaced, others can derail a team's season...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 570 reads 27 comments

  8. Arkansas Football: It's Now or Never for Coach Bobby Petrino

    The hire of Bobby Petrino by the University of Arkansas was supposed to be a home-run hire. For the most part, it has proven to be a successful hire...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 1,072 reads 29 comments

  9. Georgia Football: Are the Bulldogs Getting Ready to Party Like It's 2007?

    2007 will be remembered by UGA fans as one of their favorite seasons since 1980. The Georgia Bulldogs finished 11-2 with a Sugar Bowl blowout of Hawaii and a no. 2 national ranking...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 1,152 reads 28 comments

  10. Auburn Tigers Football: Top 10 Victories of the Historic Auburn Win Streak

    There is a well-known English proverb which states, "All good things must come to an end." The Auburn Tigers were defeated this past week by the Clemson Tigers 38-24...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 498 reads 10 comments

  11. Tennessee Volunteers: Will Coach Dooley Experience the Second-Year Bump?

    The SEC is widely regarded as the nation’s premier conference. The SEC consistently has the best players, the best facilities, and the best coaches...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 641 reads 13 comments

  12. Georgia Bulldogs: 5 Positives To Take from the South Carolina Game

    One of the most difficult things to do as a coach, player or fan is to find positives in a defeat. What makes it even more difficult is when you outplayed the opposing team in almost every facet of the game...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 1,029 reads 20 comments

  13. SEC Football: 8 Players Who Need To Have Breakout Games in Week 2

    With Week 1 completed, several teams will take a step up in competition this week. There are several high-profile games this week led by the Penn State/Alabama game and the Georgia/South Carolina game...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 579 reads 0 comments

  14. Georgia Bulldogs: 5 Reasons This Week's Game Is a Must-Win for Coach Mark Richt

    Last night, I sat down an watched Mark Richt 's weekly press conference. While most of the questions were vanilla, there was one exchange that stood out. Coach Richt was asked if this week's game is a must-win...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 365 reads 2 comments

  15. SEC Football: Dr. SEC's Week 2 Previews and Predictions

    It was a successful week one. I went 11-1 during the week and predicted several key stats, such as LSU winning the game because they would force four turnovers...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 313 reads 0 comments

  16. Auburn Football: Have the Tigers Become the New Big Brother?

    I have a brother that is eight years older than me. When my brother turned 18 he left home for college. However, every summer, when he came home, he would hide somewhere in the house waiting for me to arrive...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 4,544 reads 297 comments

  17. SEC Football: Dr. SEC's Weekly Awards

    The offseason was full of rumors and scandals. It felt like the regular season was never going to arrive. However, this past week the 2011 season finally started and did so with a bang...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 1,066 reads 6 comments

  18. SEC Football: Week 1 Previews and Predictions

    Let me start by apologizing for the gap in between this article and my last article. This summer, both of my parents lost their battle with cancer. As a result, I had to take time off from work and writing...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about 3 years ago 2,831 reads 38 comments

  19. College Football 2011: Mark Richt Faces Yet Another Quarterback Issue at Georgia

    The year was 2001, and the University of Georgia had recently hired Florida State offensive coordinator Mark Richt to be its new head coach. For his first recruiting class, Coach Richt had centered in on one recruit named D...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about over 3 years ago 5,990 reads 39 comments

  20. SEC Football: Predicting the Next Head Coach for Every SEC Football Program

    The SEC is a league of transition. The one thing that is certain in the world of SEC coaching is uncertainty. Coaches leave for a variety of reasons but changeover is expected each season for the coaches of the NCAA's top league...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about over 3 years ago 5,347 reads 78 comments

  21. Tennessee Volunteers Football: Is Rocky Top Getting Ready To Crumble?

    Over the past year, the NCAA has taken several shots to the chin regarding their handling of potential NCAA violations. The hypocrisy of the NCAA has been loud and clear. Put aside the Cam Newton scandal because none of us know the truth...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about over 3 years ago 2,719 reads 23 comments

  22. SEC Football: 5 Reasons the New Oversigning Policies Won't Work

    Mike Slive proudly proclaimed this past week that the SEC had taken great measures to stop the abused system of oversigning. He believed that this measure was so great that it should be pushed nationally and not in the SEC only...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about over 3 years ago 966 reads 20 comments

  23. SEC Football: 10 Players Who Will Be Surprise 2011 All-SEC Selections

    In my opinion, one of the greatest parts of college football is how the roster changes each season. As seniors and early entrants for the NFL draft are leaving, freshman and transfer players are entering...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about over 3 years ago 1,422 reads 22 comments

  24. SEC Football: Predicting 10 Games Worthy of an Upset Alert

    One of the things that makes the SEC great is the parity among the football programs. The old saying was true, any team could lose on any given Saturday. However, during the 2008 and 2009 season that parity left...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about over 3 years ago 1,138 reads 83 comments

  25. SEC Football: 8 Overlooked Prospects Who Will Succeed in the SEC

    I must admit, I have a love-hate relationship with the nation's most popular recruiting sites. On one hand, it is a benefit to be able to view thousands of prospects in one place...

    Dr. SEC Written by Dr. SEC about over 3 years ago 3,141 reads 15 comments