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They started off with a crimson tide....
It's interesting how LSU gets put in the spotlight more than other schools, even though these things happen just as frequently within the rest of the SEC and beyond. It's also interesting how these guys are always automatically guilty for whatever they've been accused, mostly due to the media blowing things out of proportion just for some click bait. It's sad what some petty people will do just to try to get their name out there. Some of these guys are definitely bad apples as seen from repeat offenses (Brazil & Lealaimatafao), but some are just at the wrong place at the wrong time or doing what they need to in order to stick up for themselves (Jennings, Hill), with some situations where we'll never be able to know the factual truth (Domond & Mills) around the situation. My $0.02.
Sorry to be a stickler, but if you are really going to base this list on the winning-est coaches in the history of the SEC, you have to start you're timeline at 1933.
Dude, Gus was the OC in 2010.......
I never realized Patrick Peterson was a lock-down quarterback.....
Cameron Robinson is from West Monroe, which is in the northern portion of LA.
Jeff* "Grimes will be tasked with sorting out who plays where and who fills in at the open spots."
Feleipe Franks - Crawfordville, FL. Crawfordville is less than 20 miles from Tallahassee. Probably another big piece of information on him is his desire to play baseball, which may supersede his desires for football. So keeping him on the gridiron period will be a factor.
"as well as LSU All-SEC tackle La’el Collins " He's a senior who'll be going pro.....
I count 5 for bama: LA, AL, TN, NV, and the one you probably looked over, Maryland
Glad someone else caught the blatantly obvious mistake. This guy is obviously not a real SEC fan if he states that the auburn/ole miss game was "a huge road win in the SEC East". SDS used to be a great site with quality writers. The hacks they brought in this year are really diminishing the site.
Thanks for making sure to point out that diluted samples are treated as positive. One could just be drinking a lot of water on a daily basis and fail this test. Just goes to show how flawed it really is.
I think if they really want to start talking safety, they should start banning dreadlocks and other hairstyles that involve having a lot of hair. Most hits that take helmets off involve players that have dreadlocks. Because of the increased amount of hair, they wear larger helmets that don't really fit properly, increasing the chance that it will fall off, and decreasing the players safety.