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SEC East Has Been Mauled By Injuries In 2011

SEC East Has Been Mauled By Injuries In 2011

With the news of Marcus Lattimore going down for the year with an apparent knee injury suffered this past weekend against Mississippi State, the SEC East has just been devastated with injuries this season to four very important players and three East contenders.

Published October 16, 2011 - 2:57pm

The SEC East Is A Cluster Right Now; Who’s The Real Favorite?

The SEC East Is A Cluster Right Now; Who’s The Real Favorite?

Who will win the SEC East? Before the start of the season, everyone knew the SEC East would be kind of hazy and that the smoke would not clear until someone took hold of the division… and it’s still smokey after week six.

Published October 10, 2011 - 7:32am

SEC East: Georgia And Tennessee Have The Least Questions At Quarterback

SEC East: Georgia And Tennessee Have The Least Questions At Quarterback

The SEC East is the weakest it has been in recent memory. Yes, weaker than a year ago as of right now. Along with the overall weakness, four out of six teams have major questions at the quarterback position.

Published October 3, 2011 - 8:41am

Florida Is A Very Different 4-0 This Year

Florida Is A Very Different 4-0 This Year

Entering 2011, the Florida Gators were coming off of a very disappointing 2010 season that saw its club start 4-0 but with major question marks, only to finish 3-5 the rest of the regular season. However, this looks to be a different 4-0 football team.

Published September 26, 2011 - 9:11am

Florida’s Offensive Line Is Protecting John Brantley 2.0

Florida’s Offensive Line Is Protecting John Brantley 2.0

Whether it’s a quarterback who has had injury problems or a quarterback who has been the target of a fan base a year ago, there is only one way to maximize his time on the field – keep him off the ground. Florida is doing just that right now…

Published September 22, 2011 - 10:49am

Two Main Contenders Have Emerged In The East Right Now

Two Main Contenders Have Emerged In The East Right Now

There are six teams in the SEC East, but only two of them right now look to be able to get to Atlanta at this season: South Carolina and Florida. 

Published September 19, 2011 - 9:58am

Vols Can’t Run, Lose Justin Hunter – Now What?

Vols Can’t Run, Lose Justin Hunter – Now What?

The loss of a phenomenal athlete like Hunter would clearly have a negative impact on any team, but as one-dimensional as the Vols have become in relying on the passing game, his loss for Tennessee was devastating. For a team that swings for the fences and counts on the homerun, the loss of Hunter is akin to losing your clean-up hitter.

Published September 18, 2011 - 4:21pm

What We Learned From Florida Beating Tennessee

What We Learned From Florida Beating Tennessee

Florida did win yesterday in the Swamp against the Vols. There are obvious things that need improvements on both sides of the ball, but if you’re a Florida fan, you have to feel good with where you’re sitting and heading right now. Here are a few take aways from this game for Florida:

Published September 18, 2011 - 7:06am

Keys To Victory: Tennessee vs. Florida

Keys To Victory: Tennessee vs. Florida

Florida is the favorite heading into this weekend in Gainesville, and this game nationally is a little bit under the radar, but nonetheless very important for the SEC East and the conference overall.

Published September 16, 2011 - 7:19am

Will The Best Running Game Decide The Tennessee-Florida Game?

Will The Best Running Game Decide The Tennessee-Florida Game?

Year after year, the winner of the Florida-Tennessee game is usually whoever wins the rushing game. That has played out true, for the most part, over the course of their history, but could this year be different?

Published September 15, 2011 - 6:25am