wareagle91

Hey, I'm Teddy. I'm a huge classic rock fan, and of course I love SEC football, and more importantly, Auburn football. I've been reading Saturday Down South for 3 years, I check it daily during football season. SDS is THE go-to site for SEC football. William Wallace is a bad ass, btw.

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Some honorable mention should be made for Ellis Johnson's defense
Ugh, don't compare Jameis Winston to dak Prescott, Winston is not worthy to lick dak's cleats
Alabama was not ranked #1 this season...not yet at least.
Alabama was not number 1...do y'all need an editor?
Ehh, I'm pretty sure Ole Miss and Mississippi State fans are cringing as much Auburn and Alabama fans when they include the rival school's QB as the "Alabama" and "Mississippi" tandem. Don't class Marshall and Sims together, please. That being said I do think Marshall and Johnson make better QBs than Prescott and Wallace.
#3, Alabama was #3, not #1... please check your article titles before making such daring assumptions. It wouldn't kill you guys to spell check or fact check your information before posting online. Do you not have an editor?
Hell, looks like Katy Perry has found a new spot as a talking head. She parties with the locals, she's well known, and made better picks than most of the ESPN analysts (also easier on the eyes than a lot of them, too).
Yeah, I'm a little confused about this one too. TAMU didn't look all that sharp against Rice, either, a few weeks ago, but I guess Auburn isn't worthy of being ahead of TAMU in the power rankings, despite having a better AP ranking, and a better result against a common opponent.
Umm, if it's 659 games, that's a lot more than 2 decades, especially considering the lesser amount of games played in "non" modern college football. This streak most certainly goes back to the 1950's.
Well Missouri did lose to Auburn last year, unless you don't think they are an SEC "Werst" team. There are 5 undefeated SEC West teams, while all SEC "Least" teams have at least 1 loss. All of the undefeated SEC West teams have an SEC win, 3 of them against SEC East teams, therefore, the SEC West is 3 for 3 so far out of the 14 crossover games. The only losses the SEC West has are against other SEC West teams. The SEC West also has a few nonconference wins over ranked opponents, while Georgia has one. While Auburn's game was close, it was on the road against a ranked team, and they won. A lot of good teams have close games. 4 SEC West teams are ranked in the top 10, 6 are ranked in the top 25, versus the 2 that are ranked in the East. When you are comparing divisions, please include those pesky facts, the West currently looks better from the East. As for the division top to bottom comment, Arkansas, the lowest ranked in the division (who a few would argue is not the worst west team) would beat the snot out of Vanderbilt, the SEC East's worst team. I appreciate the dedication to your school, especially when a lot of people weren't giving Missouri a chance last year and earlier this year, but they already have a loss to at best, a middle of the pack Big Ten team, while at home. They have to work out some kinks before they bring home any hardware this year, and without drastic improvement, the East will not be the best SEC division this year.
In SEC play, you will not always be able to rely on scoring outside of the red zone. In the red zone, especially in the SEC, touchdowns are extremely necessary to win big ball games.
"We still have to keep an eye on Texas A&M once they get into SEC play" So I guess playing South Carolina wasn't SEC play...that's harsh. I guess you meant SEC West play. The Texas A&M games in October and November will be indeed interesting to see.
Congratulations to Eddie Jackson, I'm sure the Alabama secondary is glad to have him back on the playing field.
Texas a and m may have earned a top 10 maybe even top 5 spot but a lot of his poll is a joke. Marshall ranked? Wisconsin loses a game and only drops 4 spots? Not to mention ranking auburn 12th (maybe that's just me, a bitter auburn homer) Ridiculous that this mans opinion is regarded in the ap poll
Just a former Georgia Bulldog trolling. Everyone assumes if Chris Davis didn't return that field goal for a touchdown that Auburn would have lost. No, they would have gone into overtime with an Auburn team with one of the best red zone defenses and an Alabama team that was a bit cold on the kicking game. Auburn did win with the final seconds of the Mississippi State game, but the Georgia game was won with 25 seconds left and Texas A@M was won with about a minute left. Every team with double digit wins has at least 1-2 games (some more than others) where there was a close game. Does that make them bad for playing it close then barely winning in the last minute? Depends on who they play, but while the games could have easily gone the other way, it didn't and the games were won.
Looks like that 100% chance of winning against Temple might need to be bumped down. A lot.
Probably the Gamecock defense. No one doubted that Kevin Sumlin's offense would score a lot of points, but this South Carolina defense looked miles away from where it was only a season ago (and not in a good way)
Well, would Wisconsin still be perceived as the league's 3rd best team after Ohio State loses Braxton Miller for the season? I know Ohio State has some depth; even in the big 10, a 12-0 regular season record isn't all done with one guy.
If they could get away with those road game jerseys, I'm all for it! I've always felt that the current road game jerseys lacked imagination, and I hated that Auburn wore them in the national championship game against Florida State. I'm guessing the only reason they aren't allowed to do the orange jerseys would be in case they were playing Tennessee or Clemson on the road.