1. SEC Football Q&A: Would Loss to Alabama End Mississippi State's Playoff Hopes?

    It's mid-November, and here we are with only two SEC teams with fewer than two losses. That may change on Saturday, as No. 1 Mississippi State (9-0) will travel across the border to take on No...

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  2. Is Texas A&M Laying the Foundation for a 2015 SEC West Title Run?

    Just one week ago, Texas A&M was viewed more like a pushover than a potential power. The Aggies were in the midst of a three-game SEC losing streak, had just narrowly escaped a test from ULM at home and were about to head to then-No...

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  3. It's Time for LSU to Give QB Brandon Harris Another Shot as Starter

    Brandon Harris' first foray into the world of starting at quarterback in the SEC didn't go so well. The true freshman signal-caller for LSU went 3-of-14 for 58 yards and rushed for 36 in a 41-7 loss on the road to Auburn...

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  4. 7 Remaining SEC Games That Will Determine the College Football Playoff Picture

    With three weeks left in the regular season, the list of SEC contenders for the inaugural College Football Playoff has dwindled down to two—No. 1 Mississippi State and No. 4 Alabama...

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  5. Alabama Showdown Is the Biggest Game in a Generation for Mississippi State

    Ever since Nick Saban took over as the head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide prior to the 2007 season, the program has played in enormous football games...

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  6. SEC in Danger of Playing Itself out of Playoff Picture

    In the rough-and-tumble SEC, the risk of teams cannibalizing each other exists more than in any other division in college football...

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  7. Great Win for Alabama, but Don't Put Tide in College Football Playoff Just Yet

    Was Alabama's 20-13 overtime victory over LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Saturday night thrilling? Absolutely...

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  8. Auburn vs. Texas A&M: Don't Call It Bad Luck, Tigers Beat Themselves

    For the next few days, you're going to hear plenty of discussion about Auburn's luck running out and karma finally coming back to the Tigers after nearly two years of close wins...

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  9. Will Muschamp Needs to Lean on the Run If He Wants to Keep His Job at Florida

    Conservative? Florida has gone ultraconservative. The Gators offense was effective on Saturday against Georgia, rushing 60 times and passing only six times in a 38-20 win over Georgia in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party in Jacksonville...

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  10. Kyle Allen Has His Shot, and He Needs to Take Advantage vs. Auburn

    Kyle Allen's debut as Texas A&M's starting quarterback didn't exactly mirror that of sophomore Kenny Hill, who lit up South Carolina to the tune of 511 yards and three touchdowns in the season opener this year...

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  11. SEC Extra Points with Barrett Sallee: Georgia HC Mark Richt on the Hot Seat?

    My, How Things Change One week ago, Georgia was sitting pretty as the favorite to win the SEC East and, according to CG Technology (h/t CBSSports .com ), the favorite to win the national championship...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 5 months ago 21,077 reads 111 comments

  12. SEC Football Q&A: With Newfound Confidence, Can Florida Knock off Florida State?

    We've reached November, and just like we all planned, Florida head coach Will Muschamp got his signature win. Wait.....

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 5 months ago 13,217 reads 74 comments

  13. Forget Nick Marshall, Cameron Artis-Payne Should Be in the Heisman Race

    Different verse, same as the first. For the second straight season, Auburn is making noise in November with Nick Marshall at the helm as the quarterback of the No. 3-ranked Tigers...

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  14. Like It or Not, SEC West Is as Good as Advertised

    Love it or hate it, the SEC West never disappoints. All the division did this past weekend was produce a matchup between No. 3 Auburn and No...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 5 months ago 21,260 reads 374 comments

  15. LSU Has Improved, but the Tigers Still Can't Beat Mighty Alabama

    A month ago, LSU's season was lost. Gone. Forgotten. The Tigers were blown out 41-7 at Auburn in a game that wasn't as close as the score indicated, the quarterback position ...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 5 months ago 11,039 reads 77 comments

  16. Why the SEC Should Eliminate Divisions

    While the SEC West is busy in a 12-round bare-knuckle cage match, the SEC East is busy having a pillow fight...

    Barrett Sallee Written by Barrett Sallee about 5 months ago 26,089 reads 122 comments

  17. Steve Spurrier Is a Legend, but There's No Excuse for Press-Conference Pouting

    Steve Spurrier is a legend, but Saturday night in Columbia, the "Head Ball Coach" went too far. After his team fell, 45-42, in overtime to Tennessee at Williams-Brice Stadium ...

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  18. Power Ranking the SEC After Ole Miss and Georgia Losses

    We've reached the homestretch, and the first football weekend of November created more turmoil in the SEC. No. 11 Georgia was throttled by Florida, 38-20, in Jacksonville in a game in which the Gators ran just six passing plays, while No...

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  19. Georgia's Collapse Jackpot for SEC West's Playoff Hopes

    Florida and Georgia met in the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party on Saturday afternoon in Jacksonville, Florida, and the bouncer sent the Bulldogs home early...

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  20. With Auburn Looming, Texas A&M Better Figure out Who Its QB Is vs. ULM

    Texas A&M opened the door to its quarterback competition during its bye week, and instead of naming one Thursday—as offensive coordinator Jake Spavital said would happen ...

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  21. Can Arkansas Ruin Mississippi State's Undefeated Season?

    Mississippi State cleared another hurdle last week in its first ever game with the No. 1 ranking, surviving a shootout with the Kentucky Wildcats in a game in which both teams went over 500 yards...

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  22. SEC Extra Points with Barrett Sallee: Steve Spurrier Sounds off on Autographs

    Insight into the Business? Georgia running back Todd Gurley will have to sit two more games after the NCAA ruled that he received more than $3,000 over a two-year span for autographs and other memorabilia...

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  23. Todd Gurley's Heisman Shot Is Gone, but Georgia's Playoff Hopes Alive and Well

    "Gurley Watch 2014" seemed like the opening act to the winter weather watches that grip the southeast each February, ever since Todd Gurley —the star running back for the No...

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  24. Texas A&M Football: QB Position Is Not the Aggies' Problem on Offense

    Kenny "Trill" might become Kenny "Chill" soon. As in, chilling on the bench. Texas A&M offensive coordinator Jake Spavital announced on Tuesday that the quarterback job ...

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  25. What Auburn Can Learn from LSU's Victory over Ole Miss

    Anomaly or the start of a trend? That's what Ole Miss is left to ponder after LSU racked up 264 rushing yards in the Tigers' 10-7 win in Death Valley last week...

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