Jeff Driskel Must Play Better if Florida Gators Are to Rebound

John David Mercer, USA TODAY SPORTS

The Florida Gators struggled last season, winning just four times in 12 games and collecting their first losing record in more than 30 years. Will Muschamp and his team had trouble getting anything to go right last season, as they […]

Kentucky Wildcats Hope Defense Leads Charge in 2014

Mark Zerof, USA TODAY SPORTS

The Kentucky Wildcats suffered through a 2-10 season in 2013, as the transition from former head coach Joker Phillips to new head coach Mark Stoops took place. During the process, there was a change in philosophy on offense and defense, […]

Alabama Crimson Tide: Lane Kiffin Will Benefit From Having New Quarterback

Kirby Lee, USA TODAY SPORTS

The Alabama Crimson Tide will have a familiar face calling offensive plays this fall. Lane Kiffin, the former head coach of the Tennessee Volunteeers and the USC Trojans, was hired by Nick Saban to be Alabama’s offensive coordinator. This would […]

Texas A&M Aggies Begin Life Without Johnny Manziel

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The Texas A&M Aggies were the first Southeastern Conference team to begin spring practice when they took the field on Friday. Head coach Kevin Sumlin will begin working his third A&M squad on that day, with the team’s last spring […]

South Carolina Gamecocks: Jadeveon Clowney Should Be NFL Draft’s Top Pick

Dale Zanine, USA TODAY SPORTS

Jadeveon Clowney wowed a lot of NFL scouts and executives on Monday at the NFL Combine, running a 40-yard dash in the same time as many running backs. At 6-5 and 266 pounds, Clowney was extremely impressive in this particular […]

Georgia Bulldogs Should Play Two Quarterbacks in 2014

Daniel Shirey, USA TODAY SPORTS

For the first time since 2009, someone other than Aaron Murray will be the starting quarterback for the Georgia Bulldogs this season. Murray claimed the job as a freshman, and never let it go, becoming one of the legendary quarterbacks […]

Mississippi State Bulldogs: Dak Prescott the Best Unknown Player in the Country

Jeremy Brevard, USA TODAY SPORTS

The Mississippi State Bulldogs unveiled quarterback Dak Prescott during the 2013 season, and he turned out to be quite a weapon. As a sophomore, the 6-2, 230-pound Prescott had some impressive outings for Dan Mullen and his team. Prescott proved […]

Missouri Tigers: Maty Mauk Will Have Harder Time in 2014

Mark Zerof, USA TODAY SPORTS

During the 2013 season, Maty Mauk got significant playing time at quarterback for the Missouri Tigers. And Mauk was good during his time on the field, especially for a freshman thrown into action against Southeastern Conference defenses. Mauk passed for […]

Kentucky Wildcats: Ground Game Will Improve in 2014

Derick E. Hingle, USA TODAY SPORTS

If the Kentucky Wildcats are to improve on last season’s 2-10 record, the offense must be better. When Neal Brown was hired by Mark Stoops to be UK’s offensive coordinator, fans in the Bluegrass were excited about the return of […]

South Carolina Gamecocks in Good Hands with Dylan Thompson at Quarterback

Denny Medley, USA TODAY SPORTS

The South Carolina Gamecocks have been in very good hands at the quarterback position for the last four years. Connor Shaw was the man behind center for South Carolina, and despite lacking the physical size of some other Southeastern Conference […]

Arkansas Razorbacks Continue to Have Issues

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Things did not go well for Bret Bielema during his first year as the head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks. The season started with three straight wins, but nine straight losses followed, including all eight Southeastern Conference games. To say […]

Nick Saban, Bret Bielema are Wrong About Potential Rule Change

John David Mercer, USA TODAY SPORTS

The NCAA Football Rules Committee is considering a proposal that would penalize a team for actually playing too fast. What? Seriously? Can there be such a thing as playing too fast? Apparently so. The committee is recommending a change that […]