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SEC Football Preview-Week One

Aug 27, 2014 -- 10:39pm

By Gary Brown

Follow on Twitter at: @cfbupdate

Thursday, August 28

Texas A&M (0-0, 0-0) vs. South Carolina (0-0, 0-0)

5:00 P.M./SEC Network

It has been a frustrating offseason for the Aggies on defense with several starters being removed from the team for “violations of team rules” and LB Michael Richardson lost to injury. None of these losses will help a team that finished dead last in the SEC in scoring defense. The big question on offense: Who replaces WR Mike Evans? The Aggies big play receiver was a reliable outlet when things were breaking down and allowed Johnny Football to make some really big plays.

The Gamecocks are replacing some key players on defense and will be inexperienced at the corner slots. In addition the defensive front will be featuring plenty of new faces. On offense expect Dylan Thompson to transition well to the starting slot at quarterback and the running game will feature Mike Davis who rushed for 1,183 yards in 2013.

The Call: Most have chalked this game up to the Gamecocks already, but fans should expect a tighter game than anticipated. The difference in this game will be the Texas A&M defense. They will be the weakest unit on the field. South Carolina gets the win.

Boise State (0-0, 0-0) vs. Ole Miss (0-0, 0-0)

7:00 p.m./ESPN/Georgia Dome

There will be a new head coach for Boise State in 2014. Bryan Harsin is taking over for ultra-successful Chris Peterson who has moved on to Washington. There is plenty of talent returning for the Broncos, with quarterback Grant Hedrick back for a second year under center. He has a solid supporting cast around him both in the backfield and at the receiver positions. On defense Boise State has a number of safeties that will be used in the secondary and expect them to bring pressure on Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace.

Ole Miss has a proven quarterback in Wallace and Laquon Treadwell is poised for a breakout season at wide receiver. At running back the Rebels get things done by committee. On defense Ole Miss is bringing back nine starters and will be solid. In the secondary Cody Prewit is an All-American at safety and Robert Nikemdiche should have a stellar sophomore season.

The Call: Boise State will be facing an established program with Hugh Freeze in his third year at the helm and several excellent recruiting classes in place. The Rebels go to 1-0 and drop Boise State to 1-5 against SEC schools.

Temple (0-0, 0-0) vs. Vanderbilt (0-0, 0-0)

8:15 p.m./SEC Network

P.J. Walker should be solid in his second year as a starter, but he will need more help from Temple’s line that gave up thirty-two sacks last season. The Owls return solid running backs in Kenneth Harper and Zaire Williams and should feature an improved running game. On defense Tyler Matakevich returns as the nation’s leading solo tackler.

Vanderbilt will be under first year head coach Derek Mason who comes to Nashville after serving as the primary defensive assistant for Stanford. There is plenty of talent that has to be replaced, and the two hardest to swap out will be Jordan Matthews and Jonathan Krause at the wide receiver positions. Patton Robinette will need to be more consistent at QB for the Commodores to continue on their upward trajectory. On defense keep an eye on Adam Butler on the defensive line.

The Call: Would it be an upset if Vandy lost to Temple? Yes, but only mildly so. Vandy has gained a taste of what winning is like and Temple was 2-10 in 2013. With thirteen returning starters expect Vandy to get a win for Derek Mason in his head coaching debut.

Saturday, August 30

UT-Martin (0-0, 0-0) vs. Kentucky (0-0, 0-0)

11:00 a.m./SEC Network

Expect Kentucky to be improved on defense, but the offense will remain much like it was in 2013 when it was 13th in the SEC in scoring.

Coach Jason Simpson will be going for his fifth winning season at UT-Martin and features an experienced squad with twelve redshirt seniors. Jarod Neal and Dylan Favre both return at quarterback, and should provide solid play for a team that will have to replace last year’s leading rusher DJ McNeil.

The Call: Expect this to be a game without much drama and a feel good day for the Wildcats in their renovated stadium.

South Dakota State (0-0, 0-0) vs. Missouri (0-0, 0-0)

2:30 p.m./ESPNU

The Jackrabbits are an FCS team that went 9-5 last season and gave up 382 yards per game.

Missouri will start Maty Mauk at quarterback, and expectations are high after the role he played for the team while starter James Franklin was injured in 2013. Mauk is an exciting player who can hurt a defense with his legs and arm. Expect a big game from DE Markus Golden who will start at one of the spots occupied last season by NFL Draftees Michael Sam and Kony Ealy.

The Call: Missouri fans can leave the game early as they dominate this one from start to finish.

Alabama (0-0, 0-0) vs. West Virginia (0-0, 0-0)

2:30 p.m./ABC/Georgia Dome

The West Virginia offense last year was not very good. The Mountaineers finished the season ranked 120th in turnovers. The running game will be starting over with the departure of Charles Sims, but they have five solid candidates to fill his spot carrying the ball. The offensive line will be full of question marks. On defense Tony Gibson arrives from Penn State to try and improve the three man front used by the Mountaineers.

Alabama does not have a quarterback starter yet, but the running game is strong with T.J. Yeldon back for his junior campaign and plenty of help from Derrick Henry and Kenyan Drake, The offensive line struggled last year, but should be solid enough for West Virginia. On defense Landon Collins is a physical player who will be instrumental as a leader in the Tide secondary.

The Call: Last year Alabama struggled against Virginia Tech in their opener, but expect this Tide team to play fast against the HUNH of West Virginia and control the ball on offense. Bama gets an opening win.

Arkansas (0-0, 0-0) vs. Auburn (0-0, 0-0)

3:00 p.m./SEC Network

Arkansas will be looking for a bounce back year after going winless in the SEC in Bret Bielema’s first year. The Razorbacks have one of the nation’s top collection of running backs, but Arkansas needs an improved season from QB Brandon Allen for the Hogs to take a step forward. On defense Brooks Ellis might just provide the consistency at linebacker this team has needed for a few years now. Trey Flowers and Darius Philon would start for most SEC schools on the defensive line.

Auburn starting quarterback, Nick Marshall, has been suspended for some period of time in the Tigers opening game as a result of a team rule violation. He will play, but so far Gus Malzahn is keeping a secret for how long it will be before Marshall gets in the game. Auburn has a strong offensive line and Sammie Coates leads an improved group of receivers. On defense, Auburn will look to improve over last year’s shaky play, and the improvement should start with a more experienced secondary.

The Call: Has Arkansas closed the talent gap on Auburn? Maybe slightly, but not enough to make a significant difference in the outcome. While everyone expects a better Arkansas team in Bret Bielema’s second campaign, why should there not be the same expectations for Gus Malzahn and Auburn? Expect Auburn to get a comfortable win.

Clemson (0-0, 0-0) vs. Georgia (0-0, 0-0)

4:30 p.m./ESPN

Clemson has to replace a major part of their offensive production in 2014, but Coach Dabo Swinney indicates he has plenty of confidence in Cole Stoudt at quarterback. It will be a boost for Stoudt if true freshman receivers Demarre Kitt or Artavis Scott can create a presence in the passing game. There are six starters back on a defense that is fundamentally sound and led by a strong defensive line.

Georgia will welcome back a host of offensive players who lost significant time due to injuries last year. Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall should both be 100% and Michael Bennett returns for his senior year for the Bulldogs. All of this offensive talent should make life much easier for Hutson Mason, who is taking over at QB. On defense, new coordinator Jeremy Pruitt will be looking to improve the fundamentals of an athletic group that should be significantly better in 2014.

The Call: This should be another exciting game between these two schools, but Clemson is just missing too many parts from last season to expect a breakout type performance in this season opener on the road. Georgia’s offense will be strong and should help the Bulldogs start the season 1-0.

Southern Miss vs. Mississippi State (0-0, 0-0)

6:30 p.m./SEC Network

What has happened to Southern Miss football? Once a consistent performer, they are now coming off a two year record of 1-21. Nick Mullens grabbed the QB position mid-way through last season and will be at the helm again. There are seven starters back on defense. Are they any better than last season when they gave up lots of points? Time will say if experience is a good or bad thing.

Mississippi State has a proven quarterback with Dak Prescott entering his junior campaign. He will have success if the Bulldogs are able to provide blocking from a line with several new starters. On defense the Bulldogs feature one of the best linebackers in the game, Benardrick McKinney and a host of defensive linemen.

The Call: This should be a good day for the home team. Dan Mullen gets win number one of the 2014 season.

Idaho (0-0, 0-0) vs. Florida (0-0, 0-0)

5:00 p.m/ESPNU

The Vandals signed sixteen junior college players to bolster their roster. They are one of the worst programs in college football. These are the only two things you need to know.

Florida will debut the offense of new coordinator Kurt Roper and hopefully jump-start the play of quarterback Jeff Driskell. There is a more complete set of receivers and running backs on campus this season. Defensively, the Gators return seven starters and if this group stays healthy it should fuel a much better 2014 for Head Coach Will Muschamp.

The Call: Florida gets to have a big time, with everyone playing in the season opener.

LSU (0-0, 0-0) vs. Wisconsin (0-0, 0-0)

8:00 p.m./ESPN/NRG Stadium

Les Miles will be without last year’s leading passer, rusher and top two receivers. Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris will take their competition for the starting quarterback position into this game and that might present challenges in establishing continuity on offense. The offensive line should be good and Terrence Magee should combine with heralded freshman Leonard Fournette to provide a solid running game. On defense the Tigers have experienced another exodus of talent to the NFL, but there are plenty of athletes that remain on the LSU roster for defensive coordinator John Chavis. Defensive ends Danielle Hunter and Jermauria Rasco will provide a dynamic pass rush.

Wisconsin also has a quarterback battle between Joel Stave and Tanner McEvoy. At running back Melvin Gordon brings back an 8.1 yards per carry from last season. Corey Clement will be the other back for the Badgers in 2014. The Wisconsin defense is not big, but very athletic. The front seven has no returning starters and will have to grow up fast in this game.

The Call: Both teams come into this game without a clear cut starter at quarterback and this could be a significant factor in the game. The school that finds a QB that can lead their team the quickest will have a significant edge. This game should be close, but the brand new front seven for the Badgers should give LSU the edge.

Sunday, August 31

Utah State (0-0, 0-0) vs. Tennessee (0-0, 0-0)

7:00 p.m./SEC Network

Utah State will be replacing four starters on the offensive line which might make things tough on the Aggies QB duo of Chuckie Keeton and Darell Garretson.  The team’s top tailback, Joe Hill, is returning from a knee injury that took him out of nine games last year. Utah State has been a good defensive team the last two years, but there are several defensive starters along the front that have to be replaced.

Butch Jones has a tough task in replacing all of his linemen in 2014. On offense and defense. The Vols have added significant speed at the wide receiver positions and quarterback Justin Worley has valuable experience. On defense Tennessee will have a solid group of linebackers led by AJ Johnson, but the secondary is not fast enough and all the d-line will be new.

The Call: Expect this game to be competitive late, but better athletes across the board will give the Vols an edge as the game develops.






For Auburn to win...

Aug 25, 2014 -- 3:49pm

By Gary Brown

Follow on Twitter at: @cfbupdate

When Arkansas faces off against Auburn this Saturday, they will do so as heavy underdogs to the defending SEC champs.

Yesterday we looked at what Arkansas will have to do to get the win. Today we flip to the Auburn Tigers and review what Gus Malzahn’s team needs to do to win their 2014 opening game.

Start fast

If you look back over the Gus Malzahn years at Auburn as a head coach and offensive coordinator, the Tigers have started slow in the first few games of the year. Their struggles have come against teams like Washington State last season and Utah State when Malzahn was the offensive coordinator. From his one year at the helm of Arkansas State you can ignore the opener against Oregon, but the Red Wolves struggled with Memphis in week two. If the Tigers start slow against Arkansas it might be a tough day on the plains.

Get your best athletes involved in the offense

For Auburn this means that wider receiver Sammie Coates needs to be part of the game plan early. Coates is a physical receivers and his 902 yards receiving last year were the seventh best single season in Auburn history. He averaged 21.5 yards per catch and is poised for a big year in 2014. The other athlete Auburn will rely on is quarterback Nick Marshall. Marshall will not start the game as a result of an off-season team rule violation, but he is a dangerous runner and an efficient passer. Malzahn will probably decide when to insert him based on the performance of the Auburn offense, but if it is struggling expect him to enter the game in the late first quarter or at the start of the second.

Pace, Pace, Pace

Auburn will want to try and establish an up-tempo offense early, especially with a forecasted high for Saturday of 90 degrees and humidity set to be around 80%. While Arkansas may have some strong players in the first rotation on the defensive front, there are questions about depth. A quick pace on a warm day might make things tough for the Hogs along the front four. By the way, there is a good chance of rain in the forecast right now for Auburn on game day.

Account for Arkansas TE Hunter Henry

Henry is a tall, athletic tight end and is a tough mismatch for most teams. He is faster than most linebackers and has the size advantage over defensive backs. Look for Auburn to use a guy like LB Kris Frost who has the height to stay with Henry or a physical safety like Justin Garrett. Either way, you are going to lose speed or strength to Henry in man-to man coverage.

Make Arkansas predictable on third down

If the Razorbacks are third and three they will have the whole playbook at their disposal. For Auburn to have the same type of success they experienced on third down last season, they will need to make third down be for five or more yards. This will force more passes from Hog QB Brandon Allen and give the Auburn defense more options on coverages and/or pressures.

Be who you are

Auburn has more talent on both sides of the ball right now than Arkansas. Sometimes HUNH guys can try and get a little cute with schemes and forget that talent is the most important factor in a game. Malzahn and crew need to use this advantage wisely and avoid putting the team in bad situations that will lead to bad field position or turnovers.




For Arkansas to win....

Aug 24, 2014 -- 9:38pm

By Gary Brown

Follow on Twitter at: @cfbupdate

When Arkansas faces off against Auburn this Saturday, they will do so as heavy underdogs to the defending SEC champs.

Being a first game for both teams it is difficult to define exactly what it will take for Arkansas to win the game, but based on returning talent and what is known about the style of play each coach will use, here are the things the Razorbacks will have to do to beat the Tigers.

Stay focused on the strength of the running game

In this contest the better running backs will be lined up on the Arkansas side of the ball. This is the strength of this team and Alex Collins, Jonathan Williams and Korliss Marshall need to make a big statement behind an offensive line that will average 324 pounds. Auburns starting front four will be giving up about thirty-eight pounds each.

Win third down on offense

Did you know that Auburn’s defense was the SEC leader in 2013 on third down? Opponents converted only 33% of the time. This is the same team that was 12th in total defense. Keeping drives alive will allow Arkansas to run the clock and frustrate the high paced offense of Gus Malzahn.

Get QB Brandon Allen comfortable throwing the ball early

Hunter Henry should be the best friend Allen has early in the game. Use the big, reliable tight end as a security blanket by targeting him in 1/3 of the passing attempts. The next receiver should be one of the back in the flats. There are two benefits to using the running backs like this. First, it does not pressure Allen to be waiting for downfield routes to open up and it gets the best athletes on the team the ball in open space.

Make Auburn one dimensional on offense

The Tigers bring back all of their significant production at receiver, including Sammie Coates, who was excellent last season. What is unknown right now is what impact the loss of senior Tre Mason and the suspension of QB Nick Marshall will have on the Auburn running game. They both rushed for over 1,200 yards last season. The best bet in game one might be to force Auburn to the air. Jeremy Johnson, who will start for Marshall, might be the better passer, but it is doubtful he can be as productive running the ball.

Hold the Auburn offense to 60 plays.

Last year the Tigers averaged 72 plays per game. They scored a touchdown on average every 14.91 plays. In a close game, those extra twelve plays will be the difference.

Tomorrow: What Auburn has to do to win



SEC: questions still needing answers

Aug 21, 2014 -- 9:03pm

By Gary Brown

Follow on Twitter at: @cfbupdate

In just a little over a week SEC football will be underway and all of the prognostications, debates and predictable college football conversations will come to an end. There will be actual games to discuss.

Walking in the Colorado Mountains, I debated what the questions were that we just don’t have answers to with just one week to go before the games begin. Here are the most perplexing ones that remain. In my humble opinion.

Will the Razorback secondary be better?

Most of the guys who will be patrolling the secondary for Arkansas have experience. That is the reason for concern. We have seen them get beat. With a new coordinator and a more basic scheme and press coverage will they show skills not seen before?

Many are buying in on the idea that the secondary will be vastly better. I’ll have to believe it to see it.

Who will be the starting quarterback for Alabama?

Since last December the general consensus among college football experts has been that Florida State transfer Jacob Coker would walk onto campus and be the starting quarterback after tossing the ball around in summer 7-on-7. Today, if you are listening to Bama coach Nick Saban, it seems that Blake Simms might be the guy under center when the Tide plays West Virginia.

If this is the case, then Bama is in for a tough year.

Can Mississippi State’s offensive line be good enough to help the Bulldogs step forward?

The Bulldogs list eight starters coming back on offense. That is a half-truth.  Some of the guys listed as starters were less than fulltime because of injuries and such. They have lost three guys who were major contributors for Coach Dan Mullen last year on the offensive line and just the other day starting right tackle Damien Robinson was lost for the year to a knee injury.

Dak Prescott is a dynamic playmaker at QB, but a quarterback can only be so effective when they lack an experienced, polished offensive line. The answer to this question is no.

Who is the real Bo Wallace?

Against LSU last year he was 30-39 passing and 346 yards in a 27-24 win. Against Alabama he was 17-31 for 159 yards in a 25-0 loss to the Tide. The first guy can beat anyone in the conference. The other guy, well, he can’t.

Truth is, we have enough evidence to know that Wallace is both guys and you can’t predict which day the really good player will show up. Sometimes you are, what you are.

Was it QB Johnny Manziel or Head Coach Kevin Sumlin?

The Aggies experienced incredible success with Johnny Football at QB and Sumlin at the helm. Will the success continue with Manziel? In two years in the SEC the Aggies went 20-6. Can they keep the pace up in year one with a new QB?

No. The biggest reason? There is no Mike Evans to throw jump balls to.

Will Maty Mauk be “The Man” now that he is the man at Missouri?

When Mauk was forced on the field last year in relief of an injured James Franklin, he threw ten touchdown passes and only two picks. How will he do now that the keys to the Tigers offense are firmly in his hands?

Mauk has a solid chance of being the All-SEC Quarterback when the season ends.

With these burning questions settled you can go on to a great weekend.




SEC Ntework: channels and programming

Aug 14, 2014 -- 7:54am

By Gary Brown

Follow on Twitter at: @cfbupdate

Today is launch day for the SEC Network. Below are the channels for national providers and some programming highlights for the first days of the new network. Over the first days the conference's member schools will be highlighted. Arkansas is on tap for August 25.

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Thursday, Aug. 14

5 p.m.: SEC Now

8 p.m.: SEC Storied: The Stars Are Aligned

August 15

1 a.m. --- 2009 SEC championship: Alabama vs. Florida

3 a.m. --- 2012 SEC championship: Alabama vs. Georgia

5 a.m. --- Alabama at Texas A&M, 2013

8 a.m. --- 2013 BCS championship: Alabama vs. Notre Dame

10 p.m. --- Georgia at Auburn, 2010

August 16

Midnight --- LSU at Georgia, 2013

2 a.m. --- Georgia at Alabama, 2007

4 a.m. --- Florida vs. Georgia, 2007

6 a.m. --- 1999 Fiesta Bowl: Tennessee vs. Florida State

8 a.m. --- 2004 Sugar Bowl: LSU vs. Oklahoma

10 a.m. --- 2007 BCS championship: Florida vs. Ohio State

2 p.m. --- 2008 BCS championship: LSU vs. Ohio State

4 p.m. --- 2009 BCS championship: Florida vs. Oklahoma

6 p.m. --- 2010 BCS championship: Alabama vs. Texas

8 p.m. --- 2011 BCS championship: Auburn vs. Oregon

10 p.m. --- 2012 BCS championship: Alabama vs. LSU

August 17

Midnight --- 2013 BCS championship: Alabama vs. Notre Dame

2 a.m. --- Georgia at Vanderbilt, 2013

4 a.m. --- Auburn at Vanderbilt, 2008

6 a.m. --- Vanderbilt at Georgia, 2006

Noon --- 1997 Sugar Bowl: Florida vs. Florida State

2 p.m. --- Auburn at Alabama, 2010

4 p.m. --- Texas A&M at Alabama, 2012

6 p.m. --- 2008 SEC championship: Florida at Alabama

9 p.m. --- South Carolina at Georgia, 1980

August 18

Midnight --- Georgia at Mississippi State, 2010

2 a.m. --- Ole Miss at Mississippi State, 2009

4 a.m. --- Ole Miss at Mississippi State, 2013

6:30 a.m. --- 2011 Gator Bowl: Mississippi State vs. Michigan

August 19

Midnight --- Ole Miss at Florida, 2008

2:30 a.m. --- Florida at Ole Miss, 2002

5 a.m. --- Ole Miss at Auburn, 2003

11 a.m. --- LSU at Ole Miss, 2013

August 20

Midnight --- Florida at Tennessee, 2004

2 a.m. --- Tennessee at LSU, 2005

4:30 a.m. --- South Carolina at Tennessee, 2013

11 a.m. --- Tennessee at Kentucky, 2007

August 21

Midnight --- LSU at Kentucky, 2007

2 a.m. --- South Carolina at Kentucky, 2010

4:30 a.m. --- Kentucky at Georgia, 2009

11 a.m. --- Louisville at Kentucky, 2007

August 22

Midnight --- Georgia at Auburn, 2013

3 a.m. --- 2011 BCS championship: Auburn vs. Oregon

11 a.m. --- Alabama at Auburn, 2013

August 23

Midnight --- 2007 BCS championship: Florida vs. Ohio State

2:30 a.m. --- 2003 SEC championship: Florida vs. Arkansas

5 a.m. --- 2009 BCS championship: Florida vs. Oklahoma

11 a.m. --- 2008 SEC championship: Florida vs. Alabama

August 24

Midnight --- Florida at LSU, 2007

2:30 a.m. --- Auburn at LSU, 2007

5 a.m. --- LSU at Alabama, 2011

7 a.m. --- 2008 BCS championship: LSU vs. Ohio State

August 25

Midnight --- Arkansas at LSU, 2007

2 a.m. --- Tennessee at Arkansas, 2006

4:30 a.m. --- South Carolina at Arkansas, 2007

7 a.m. --- LSU at Arkansas, 2010

August 26

Midnight --- 2005 Independence Bowl: South Carolina vs. Missouri

2 a.m. --- Missouri vs Kansas, 2007

4:30 a.m. --- Oklahoma at Missouri, 2010

August 27

Midnight --- Alabama at South Carolina, 2010

2 a.m. --- Georgia at South Carolina, 2012

4:30 a.m. --- South Carolina at Florida, 2010

11 a.m. --- South Carolina at Missouri, 2013

August 28

Midnight --- Texas A&M at Alabama, 2012

2 a.m. --- Texas A&M at Ole Miss, 2012

4:30 a.m. --- Texas A&M at Mississippi State, 2012

11 a.m. --- 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl: Texas A&M vs. Duke


SEC Football: one game to watch each week

Aug 11, 2014 -- 10:12pm

By Gary Brown

Follow on Twitter at: @cfbupdate

Sure there is ONE school you will watch every single week. However, you need to watch more than one each Saturday (or Thursday). Here is the game to not miss for every weekend of SEC play and why it has to be on your schedule.

Week One

Texas A&M vs South Carolina

There are plenty of choices, but the Aggies and Gamecocks gets the nod. Why? You will want to say you were there at the launch of the SEC Network and to see what the Aggies look like without Johnny Football and if South Carolina is the East leader in 2014.

Week Two

Ole Miss vs. Vanderbilt

How will Derek Mason do in his first game at the Commodore helm? Are the Rebels ready for primetime? There are not any other really good options.

Week Three

Georgia vs. South Carolina

Someone gets the upper hand in the East with this game.

Week Four

Florida vs. Alabama

Are the Gators going to make a comeback in 2014? First real test for the Tide in the new season.

Week Five

Missouri vs. South Carolina

The Tigers look to make a statement following their strong 2013. Last year’s game was a double overtime thriller.

Week Six

LSU at Auburn

One of the games that will go a long way towards determining a West winner.

Week Seven

Georgia vs. Missouri

Bulldogs will look for revenge in this game. Last year the Bulldogs were pretty banged up before the game and want to let Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall loose against the Tigers.

Week Eight

Georgia at Arkansas

The Razorbacks will look to this game as a measuring stick as they host the Bulldogs in Little Rock.

Week Nine

South Carolina vs. Auburn

Is this a preview of the 2014 SEC Championship game?

Week Ten

Auburn vs. Ole Miss, Florida vs. Georgia

Just tell your wife that you are tied up all day. Two front runners take on schools looking to take a step forward in the conference.

Week Eleven

Alabama vs. LSU

Does this game really need an explanation why it is the one to watch on this weekend? If so, just turn the television to some Big 12 football. People will get hit in this game. Often.

Week Twelve

Auburn vs. Georgia

Do you think the Dawg faithful will be ready for this game between the hedges after last year’s miserable loss?

Week Thirteen

Ole Miss vs. Arkansas   

This game wins by default. There is not much else to see this weekend. Arkansas may become bowl eligible with this game.

Week Fourteen

Auburn vs. Alabama

Why? This might be for a college football playoff spot and the national title.





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