Auburn’s Quan Bray is Carrying On the Legacy in 2013

Auburn Tigers Football, SEC Football

When Auburn Tigers wide receiver Quan Bray takes off his shoulder pads and undershirt you will find words that will be forever engraved in his heart and skin. R.I.P. Tonya A tattoo of a smiling, happy, lively woman he once called mom, Tonya “Cuddy” Bray. Growing […]

Arkansas is Becoming Tight End U

SEC Football, Bret Bielema

Arkansas Razorbacks head coach Bret Bielema‘s naysayers have came out in full force this offseason in regards to the potential offensive approach he brings to the SEC dinner table. Bielema has garnished a reputation of  having a run first attitude […]

Mississippi State Looking to Upset Oklahoma State Yet Again in 2013

Mississippi State Football, Dan Mullen

If the Mississippi State Bulldogs can pull off an upset by beating the Oklahoma State Cowboys this Saturday at Reliant Stadium in Houston, it will be the second major upset over the Cowboys in less than a year. Last February, the Bulldogs and head coach, […]

Tennessee’s Offensive Line Ready to Change Team’s Losing Ways in 2013

SEC Football, Tennessee Football

When a team has endured back-to-back seven loss seasons, they usually don’t have one of the best offensive line groups in the nation. But that’s what first-year Tennessee Volunteers head coach Butch Jones can hang his hat on in 2013 as he gets acquainted with the best league in college […]

Vanderbilt’s James Franklin Needs to Watch His Program Instead

Vanderbilt Commodores, SEC Football

Normally, football coaches just prepare their student athletes on game week … unless you’re Vanderbilt Commodores head coach, James Franklin. Franklin is coaching the officiating crew as well as his team this week in preparation for their game against Ole Miss Thursday night. The Vanderbilt coach told reporters at […]

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Georgia WRs Will Be Dominant in 2013

SEC Football, Georgia Bulldogs

The Georgia Bulldogs’ fifth-year quarterback Aaron Murray has always had offensive firepower in every direction in his already three years of playing career under center for the Bulldogs. But in his five seasons in Athens, he will never have had the luxury of having so many talented wide receivers at his disposal than […]

Player Profile: Ole Miss LB Denzel Nkemdiche

Ole Miss Football, SEC Football

Ole Miss Rebels linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche has been called many things in his life; it comes with having a Nigerian last name that many people can’t even pronounce, let alone spell. However, the name that has plagued him growing up is simply, ”Robert’s brother.” For most of […]

LSU’s La’el Collins is Coming Back Home in 2013

SEC Football, LSU Football,

When LSU Tigers left tackle La’el Collins starts this weekend against TCU in AT&T Stadium, he will finally be coming home again. Collins is not making an homecoming as he is not from the Dallas area. However, the once-prized LSU […]

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Missouri Tigers’ Defensive Line Should Prowl Their Competition In 2013

Michael Sam, Missouri Tigers Football, SEC Football

Will you guys be able to replace Sheldon Richardson? What does his departure mean for this unit? Ask any one of Missouri Tigers‘ defensive linemen what the most dominant question has been by the Tigers media this offseason, and they’ll most likely say […]

Florida’s Defense Will Be Chomping at the Bit in 2013

Florida Football, SEC Football, Will Muschamp

This season Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp will architect one of the most talented, yet young and inexperienced defenses in Gator history to reach unexpected heights in his third season at The Swamp. And architect is something that fits Muschamp well. […]