SEC East: Where Chaos Reigns

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Via Last Word on College Football, by David Knight Once again, the SEC East division faces a similar scenario. The Georgia Bulldogs appear to be the favorite, but overall the division is wide open. There is, however, a slight twist this season. It seems that the parody will be because the bottom teams have improved, […] READ MORE


Five Potential All-SEC Gators

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By: Hector Rodriguez, from LastWordOnCollegeFootball In the 2016 season, the Florida Gators only had one All-SEC first team player which was Teez Tabor. The Detroit Lions picked Tabor in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Even with Tabor gone, the Gators have a few potential players that could make the First team All-SEC […] READ MORE




Florida Gators vs. Arkansas Razorbacks – 2016 Preview

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Via Last Word On College Football, by Zach Jones The Florida Gators are 6-1 and number 11 in this season’s first College Football Playoff Rankings, released on Tuesday. Many are using the Gators as the demarcation between teams that can make the playoff and those already eliminated. At the same time, their schedule to date is underwhelming. […] READ MORE



Southern Mississippi at Kentucky Preview and Prediction

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Southern Mississippi at Kentucky (7:30- ESPN)– If there is one constant with the Kentucky football program over the years it is nothing is ever easy. Anytime something looks like a sure thing it turns out to be anything but. A prime example is the season opener against the Golden Eagles. Originally this game was supposed […] READ MORE


2016 Florida Gators Defense: How High is the Ceiling?  

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The 2016 Florida Gators Defense will be an elite unit in college football this year. The Gators finished 8th in total defense last year. They allowed 18.3 points per game, and made an SEC Championship Game appearance. All this despite playing tired and being put in bad positions by an offense that struggled after losing quarterback Will Grier. […] READ MORE


Predicting The Kentucky Wildcats Schedule Part II

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Time to continue the look at predicting how the 2016 season will go for the Kentucky Wildcats. If you haven’t read the first part you can click the link here. After the first six games, the Cats record stands at 4-2 overall and 2-2 in the SEC. But as in most years, the second half […] READ MORE