1. SEC Football: Which Teams Will Overachieve and Underachieve in 2015?

    Spring practice is in the books, and after 15 practices each, fans got glimpses of what their favorite teams will look like in 2015...

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  2. SEC Football: Power Ranking Each Team Post-2015 Spring Practice

    Spring practice is in the books, so what better time than now to unleash post-spring SEC power rankings? Which teams filled holes this spring? Which teams had more unexpected questions ...

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  3. What Arkansas Must Do in the Spring Game to Prove It's a Contender

    The last cycle of spring games in the SEC is perhaps the most interesting, with Arkansas and Tennessee—two programs on the rise—hitting the field on Saturday...

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  4. SEC Football: Power Ranking Conference's 2015 Head Coaches

    The SEC has evolved into a pseudo-all-star team of college head coaches. Five head coaches are currently in possession of SEC title rings, and three—Alabama's Nick Saban , ...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 29,163 reads 251 comments

  5. If Braxton Miller Wants to Transfer to SEC, Alabama Is Not His Best Option

    One of the hottest industries in college football has become the quarterback transfer market, and this offseason could include one of college football's most prominent players. Ever since J...

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  6. Until There's a National Rule, CFB Satellite Camps Will Hurt SEC Schools

    If you're looking for an issue that will rise to the forefront of the national conversation this offseason, it's here. It's also very familiar...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 29,706 reads 306 comments

  7. Why Ole Miss Has More Staying Power Than Mississippi State

    The Egg Bowl between Mississippi State and Ole Miss took on special meaning last year, with the Bulldogs still on the periphery of the College Football Playoff and both fighting for ...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 15,455 reads 87 comments

  8. Should Auburn Be Concerned About the Defense Following 2015 Spring Game?

    Defense doesn't win championships anymore, "just enough defense" does. Will Muschamp was hired as Auburn's defensive coordinator to help head coach Gus Malzahn break through that glass ceiling and find "just enough...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 9,394 reads 41 comments

  9. LSU Football: Despite Spring Performances, Tigers Still Have a QB Problem

    "When you have two quarterbacks, you have no quarterbacks." It's an old cliche that's not often applicable in this day and age of college football, where quarterbacks get injured ...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 12,347 reads 45 comments

  10. Jeremy Johnson Named Auburn Starting QB, Has Skill Set to Be Heisman Contender

    Everything about Auburn quarterback Jeremy Johnson screams "Cam Newton 2.0." Johnson chimes in at 6'5", 230 pounds, has the same size and arm strength of the former Auburn signal-caller ...

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  11. Every SEC Team's 2015 Spring Football MVP

    Spring practice is in the books around the majority of the SEC, with a few other schools wrapping up their sessions this spring with spring games. For some schools, established stars have taken the next step...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 20,864 reads 80 comments

  12. Why Alabama Solved Its Biggest Issue During Spring Practice

    Alabama head coach Nick Saban 's reaction to the play of his quarterbacks in the 2015 spring game on Saturday wasn't exactly a ringing endorsement...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 20,694 reads 54 comments

  13. The SEC's Most Intriguing 2015 Quarterback Battle

    Alabama has the most quarterback contenders, Georgia isn't too far behind, LSU is intriguing from a beautiful disaster standpoint and Ole Miss' quarterback battle is about as wide-open as they come...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 11,848 reads 33 comments

  14. Don't Expect Jake Coker to Win Alabama QB Battle During Spring Game

    Alabama will hit the field on Saturday for the annual spring game, and for the second straight season, all eyes will be on the quarterback position...

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  15. Top SEC Players to Watch in Saturday's Spring Games

    Five SEC teams will open their doors this weekend to fans looking to get a preview of what the 2015 season will look like...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 11,101 reads 22 comments

  16. LSU Football: What to Watch for in Tigers' 2015 Spring Game

    Is it a make-or-break year for LSU head coach Les Miles ? Not quite, but his offensive coordinator—Cam Cameron—might want to kickstart that offense in the final year of his contract; otherwise, he will be the fall guy in Baton Rouge...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 4,050 reads 18 comments

  17. Auburn Football: What to Watch for in Tigers' 2015 Spring Game

    The "Guschamp" marriage will be in full effect on Saturday, when the world gets its first real glimpse of the new-look Auburn Tigers led by third-year head coach Gus Malzahn and first-year defensive coordinator Will Muschamp ...

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  18. Georgia Will Get Creative with Lorenzo Carter and Versatile Linebackers

    Lorenzo Carter sat back in his folding chair in Georgia's meeting room underneath Sanford Stadium during the media session on Saturday with a glimmer in his eye. "It's going to be crazy," he said, with a slight chuckle and a grin as wide as the room.

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  19. Are Texas Longhorns Too Scared to Renew Rivalry, Play the Texas A&M Aggies?

    Every offseason, the idea of the rivalry between Texas and Texas A&M pops up. Every offseason, the entire college football world gets excited about the thought of the two powers ...

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  20. Don't Be Surprised If a True Freshman Is South Carolina's 2015 QB

    South Carolina wrapped up its spring practice session Saturday with the annual Garnet & Black Game at Williams-Brice Stadium, and all eyes were on quarterbacks Connor Mitch, Perry Orth and Michael Scarnecchia ...

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  21. SEC Players Who Have Surprised This Spring

    Spring is a time for players to get better, and oftentimes, that means unknown or underrated players lay the groundwork for fall superstardom. For others, it's a chance to hit the reset button after struggling in the hopes of turning things around...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 1 month ago 29,896 reads 53 comments

  22. Ryan Buchanan May Lead, but Chad Kelly Will Be Ole Miss' Starting QB

    Chad Kelly was the sizzle this spring in Oxford, but apparently Ryan Buchanan is the steak. Buchanan, a 6'3", 208-pound redshirt sophomore from Jackson, Mississippi, exited spring ...

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  23. Georgia's 2015 Quarterback Job Still a Mystery, and That's Not a Bad Thing

    ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia has been spoiled by quarterbacks. Five years ago, Aaron Murray beat out Zach Mettenberger for the starting job in Athens, which was the last time there ...

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  24. Florida Orange and Blue Debut Spring Game Shows Gators' 2015 QB Battle Not over

    Florida quarterback Will Grier has been one of the most mysterious players in the SEC this spring. The redshirt freshman from Davidson, North Carolina, not only has been vying for ...

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  25. Under-the-Radar SEC Games That Will Be Huge in 2015

    By now, you know which games in the SEC will define the season. The Iron Bowl never seems to disappoint, the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party always seems to carry importance ...

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