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College Football Postseason: What Format Makes The Most Sense For The SEC
The BCS, bowls, tournament style playoffs.. they are the ideas and components that make up the conversation with regards to how the college football postseason should work. In this article, we take a look at what postseason format would make the most sense for the SEC. Whether you are a fan of the current system or want a playoff, this is a must read for all SEC football fans.
Published September 28, 2011 - 4:40pm
A Look At How The SEC Might Manage A 13-Team 2012 Schedule
Now that Texas A&M is the SEC’s 13th member and it appears unlikely (for the moment) that a 14th member will be in place before the start of the 2012 season, the question is how will the conference schedule look for next year and possibly beyond with an odd number of schools.
Published September 26, 2011 - 7:00pm
Why Conference Realignment Won’t End Well
The chaotic process of conference realignment is dominating the headlines of college football. The problem is that most members of the media have no idea what the real catalysts are for this latest round of expansion and realignment. College football business expert S.M. Oliva explains what is driving realignment and ultimately, why it will not end well for most schools and athletic programs.
Published September 21, 2011 - 9:09am
The Helpless Feeling Of Your Team Losing
Chad Gibbs recalls the memories of this past Saturday when all his favorite college football teams lost their games. It’s a helpless feeling when you are home and your team is losing. Read about it here:
Published September 19, 2011 - 11:55am
Tim Couch Flashback: “Dangerous As A Broken Fruit Jar”
Keith Dunnavant retells the Tim Couch story that he originally wrote in 1998. One of Kentucky’s greatest players that went on to become the number 1 NFL draft pick. Tim Couch was said to be as “dangerous as a broken fruit jar.” Read more:
Published September 15, 2011 - 6:37pm
Uncensored Play-By-Play Of Georgia vs South Carolina
You saw the high-octane shoot out between Georgia and South Carolina between the hedges on Saturday. Now, re-live the game through the disturbingly hilarious commentary of William Wallace including a special analysis of embattled quarterback Stephen Garcia.
Published September 12, 2011 - 9:22am
Should We Be Concerned With The Direction Of College Football?
Even while the NCAA might be a complete joke, the idea of the student athlete is still at the core of college football, and no matter what the media says, I’m not so sure that the fans are ready to abandon this concept. I would submit that much of what has dominated the college football headlines in recent months and years feels against the “spirit” of college football.
Published September 8, 2011 - 5:33am
What Texas A&M Brings To The SEC
As Texas A&M moves closer to next football season in the Southeastern Conference, Saturday Down South gives you an in-depth look at what exactly Texas A&M and those crazy Aggies bring to the SEC. Learn more about TAMU and the way it will benefit SEC football here:
Published September 7, 2011 - 1:00pm
SDS Responds To Baylor’s “Don’t Mess With Texas Football” Campaign
Baylor created a webpage that begs for public support to force A&M to stay in the Big 12. Under the headline, “Don’t Mess With Texas Football,” Baylor appeals to petty statism and invokes economic mercantilism in a pathetic attempt to keep its marginal football program sucking at the tit of more successful programs like Texas A&M and Texas.
Published September 7, 2011 - 10:51am
Ten Candidates For The SEC’s 14th School
By the time you read this, Texas A&M may officially be the SEC’s 13th member. The not-yet-announced race to be the 14th member has already begun, at least in the realm of Internet and media speculation. Since it appears the 12 current members do not want to add schools within existing SEC states, let’s examine — and arbitrarily rank — the contenders for the 14th position.
Published September 6, 2011 - 6:30am