Week 9 SEC Previews and Predictions

SEC FOOTBALL

Mark Zerof, USA TODAY SPORTS

The Missouri Tigers are coming off an outstanding season in 2013, one where they won the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division and a spot in the SEC Championship Game. However, in 2014, the Tigers must replace a number of key components […]

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Mark J. Rebilas - USA TODAY Sports

Reviewing the SEC defensive statistics from 2013, one thing becomes clear: Johnny Manziel was the best player in college football once again. Take nothing away from Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, who is a superb football player with undeniable talent. It is […]

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Kevin Liles - USA TODAY Sports

“SEC! SEC! SEC!” A rallying cry that has permeated the college football world, much to the dismay of everyone not included in this 14-team fraternity. Unfortunately for them, the days of this acronym reverberating off the walls of stadiums filled […]

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Steve Dykes - USA TODAY Sports

The LSU Tigers have some of the best wide receivers in the nation. If Anthony Jennings is the assured starter at quarterback, he will have plenty of weapons downfield to make plays and put points on the board. With Cam […]

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John David Mercer, USA TODAY SPORTS

The Alabama Crimson Tide offense will have a distinctly new look this fall. First and foremost, the play calling for the Tide will be done by Lane Kiffin, who was hired by Nick Saban to be Alabama’s new offensive coordinator. […]

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John David Mercer, USA TODAY SPORTS

Things will be much different for the Alabama Crimson Tide in 2014. Alabama is coming off of a season where it actually did NOT win the national championship. In fact, the Tide didn’t even win their own division in the […]

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Jim Brown, USA TODAY SPORTS

In 2013, the Tennessee Volunteers showed some signs of big things to come under new head coach Butch Jones. However, there was one glaring spot that needed vast improvement, and it still does. The Volunteers began spring practice with virtually […]

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Kim Klement, USA TODAY SPORTS

The Missouri Tigers have now played in the Southeastern Conference for two seasons, after making the switch from the Big 12 Conference. And despite seeing them play for two years, SEC fans and coaches are still not sure what to […]

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