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News and notes from around the conference.
Georgia seizes control of the SEC West, while Alabama's reign of dominance continues with the showdown in Baton Rouge on the horizon.
Gruden's been a hot name among fans ever since Bobby Petrino was fired in April, and other fan bases crave him as well. My question is, why?
True freshman quarterback Jonathan Wallace has been named the starter for Auburn's upcoming game against New Mexico State.
Missouri isn't a trap game for Florida; it's a potential letdown game. The Gators are built to avoid those.
In this Tuesday's edition of the TVB, we're switching up the normal procedure of highlighting an x's and o's piece of a play, and instead, Dawg Sports takes a look at the six Florida turnovers that occurred during the Cocktail Party. Specifically, I'm looking to highlight the premise that not all turnovers are equal in terms of how they occur...after all, there's a reason we track the stat 'forced fumbles'.
With the career-threatening injury to Marcus Lattimore, questions are being asked about the wisdom of playing college sports for any longer than necessary.
Something wicked this way comes...
Statistically, the Georgia Bulldogs actually match up fairly closely to the Ole Miss Rebels in many ways.
The MSU receivers and Tyler Russell have an opportunity to bounce back against the struggling Aggie secondary.
All the things you may have missed if all you looked at was the simple box score.
What it means for South Carolina's chances of repeating an 11-2 season is unimportant. Marcus Lattimore's knee injury just sucks.
Tennessee gets a reprieve from opponents in the top 15 of the current BCS standings to host Troy on Saturday. What do the numbers say about what we should expect?
The last time these 2 teams met, the Aggies choked away a sure victory in Shreveport. Eerily ominous for the decade that was to follow, but as Mark McGwire famously said, we're not here to focus on the past. We're here to talk about the present; specifically, the presents we hope Johnny Football leaves under our proverbial trees this weekend. So without further ado, grab some hot cocoa, throw some hand warmers in your mittens, and pull up a chair for an ice-cold edition of the tailgate!
Vanderbilt eventually broke away from UMass in a 49-7 win...but not before giving Commodore fans something to worry about in the first half. Could a more conservative approach to fourth down help the 'Dores?