2020-21 SEC Basketball Preview

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LWOS continues its conference previews with the 2020-21 Conference SEC Basketball Preview. The SEC is consistently one of the best basketball conferences every year, and it will not be any different this year. Kentucky finished at the top of the SEC and took home the regular-season title in 2019-20. While they are one of the […] READ MORE


Breaking Down The 2020 LSU Schedule

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Does the Southeastern Conference office hate LSU? Some conspiracy theorists clad in purple and gold are convinced of that. They have cited, among other reasons, the list of opponents issued in the past by that office. The revised 2020 schedule for LSU contradicts such claims. Ed Orgeron and everyone else at LSU received a generous […] READ MORE


Tennessee Volunteers’ Grant Williams Becoming Team Leader

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The SEC is back in college basketball. In a year where parity is apparent, it is no surprising a team like the Tennessee Volunteers is dominating the SEC. The SEC was always controlled by the Kentucky Wildcats. Or maybe on the rare occasion the Florida Gators or Auburn Tigers. But this year’s Tennessee Volunteers are […] READ MORE


Momentum Building for Young Gamecocks

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We are only two weeks into the 2017 season, and the South Carolina Gamecocks are already building some solid momentum. With back-to back wins over Power Five opponents, South Carolina has already tested themselves this year. Coach Will Muschamp’s young team now has wins in a border war over N.C. State, and a SEC victory […] 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