First Look: UGA 2015 Recruiting Class

The University of Georgia’s football program has always strived to bring in the best possible group of athletes to come and play between the hedges. Despite missing out on some top in-state talent over the past few years, the program has continuously been able to bring in top-notch players such as Leonard Floyd, Malcolm Mitchell, and most recently top targets Lorenzo Carter and Nick Chubb. The program has also recently delivered prominent out of state talent from Matthew Stafford and Knowshon Moreno to the more recent SEC record holding Aaron Murray and All Pro NFL wide receiver A.J. Green. Read More

SEC Rivalry Week: Part 2

SEC Rivalry Week Part 2

South Carolina (6-5) @ Clemson (8-3) -3 – Clemson, SC 12:00 PM EST ESPN

The Battle for the Palmetto State is one of the oldest rivalries in the entire country. It’s an annual dogfight of mediocrity where there are two things on the line: pride and a December 28th Bowl Game. This is a tough matchup to figure out. On paper Clemson looks like an easy pick. They lead the country in the total defense and have plenty of explosive weapons on offense against a porous Carolina defense. Plus, the Tigers really want to end the five game losing streak they have against the Gamecocks. Read More

SEC Rivalry Week: Part 1

SEC Rivalry Week: Part 1

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I want each and every one of you to know that I am thankful for y’all reading this somewhat funny and hopefully literate article each and every week. That is of course unless you’re an Auburn fan. If that’s the case I hope you choke on pumpkin pie because rivalry week. Read More

SEC Bias: The case for the “most deserving” CFB Playoff Team

The course of a college football season can be described as a lot of different things, ultimately depending on the person, and in large part, the region of the country that they come from. In the vast majority of the country it’s seen merely as something to watch on a Saturday, and for the most part it pales in comparison to professional sports. For example, in New England, CFB is practically non-existent and ranks behind high school JV hockey. However, all one has to do is cross the Mason Dixon Line to see that in the south, it’s more than just a sport, it’s a religion. Read More

SEC Tailgating for Dummies: Week 13 Edition – Chris Marler ft. Shirtless Steve Spurrier

Week 12 proved to be one of my best weekends of the year so far. Not only was my 8 oz Styrofoam cup selection for UGA-Auburn hilarious, but I also went 5-1 straight up and against the spread. That’s what we learned about me. What did we learn from the SEC? Tennessee is hitting stride, Will Muschamp should waterboard his punter and kicker, anybody that’s still questioning Alabama’s defense is a moron, and Todd Gurley is still the most exciting player in the country.

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SEC Tailgating for Dummies: Week 12 Preview

Week 12 SEC Preview

Wow, would you look at this. We’ve got our first slate of Saturday games that are all against other conference teams. Thank you God because a part of me dies inside every time I have to look up the stats of some FCS directional school that Vandy is playing in hopes of getting to the Bennigans Bowl in Hoboken, New Jersey. This should be an awesome day of games for the SEC from start to finish.

Before we look at this week let’s take a look back at what we learned a week ago… Read More