I thought the ACC went to conference only games?
Report: Former SEC defensive coordinator John Chavis takes youth football coaching job in Knoxville, Tennessee
Why do you guys want to trash a man who is basically retired and done more than most as a SEC defensive coordinator?
They must really be scared of Tennessee.
Good to UK in the mix. Not so long ago, players were making a decision between UK, Marshall or Cincinnati.
Satterfield turned Louisville around faster than I thought possible. PJ Fleck of Minnesota is also a rising star but I don’t know if he would be a good fit in the south.
Kentucky’s offensive line is why the Cats can do something that hasn’t been done in the Mark Stoops era
If games are truly won in the trenches, this should be UK’s year.
Welcome to The Lane Show, where lower expectations (for once) might be exactly what he and Ole Miss need
Do the math, it’s 4 not 16.
Nebraska was the first team to come to mind after reading the headline. I don’t even think “National Champion” Coach Scott Frost can help them.
The question is not if you are clean as a whistle, the question is, are you dumb enough to get caught?
Finebaum’s season ended when he was removed from SEC Game Day.
After catching 20 touchdowns last fall, Alabama receiver Christian Lewis announces commitment to Kentucky
We probably could have used him this year, I believe receiver is the weakest position on the team.
I always thought Boomer was dumb but I didn’t think he was that dumb.
After reading the comments, what a mess we have here and I just came in here for some foot powder.
Wishing him a lot of luck. I thought he was going to be the next Josh Allen but ended up being the biggest disappointment on the team.
If Mike Leach didn’t have that pesky day job........
Whatever the question is, Jordan Rogers is not the answer.
With the College Football Hall of Fame ballot out, here are the SEC’s top 5 candidates for 2021 enshrinement
Hmmmm I don’t think Couch ran Mike Leach’s offense. Yes, he was the OC but Hal Mumme literally wrote the book on that offense and called every offensive play.
By now he’s seen it all, but there’s no way Terry Wilson (or anyone) could have predicted his college career playing out like it has
Thanks for the in-depth article which gives us a closer look at Wilson. I hope he recovers fully and has a great year.
Isn’t the end of November when the season ends anyway?
I don’t know if the record will reflect it but this year’s team will be stronger than the last two teams.
His season basically ended on that play. He was never the same afterwards. Lying about it, getting caught in the lie, losing his self respect and being removed as Captain was more than he could take.
Don't you just hate them. We had one so far out in left field last year that he apparently got banned from the site.
We lost another SEC icon and those are not being replaced. RIP Coach Majors.
Coach Majors, a Tennessee icon. Rest In Peace.
Yes, it is sad that you an article with so much research and don’t even know the record. Makes you wonder what else he got wrong.
I guess Bam needs to sign up for his unemployment.
His most impressive feat I think was when he grinded out two first downs against Penn St at the end of the game and everyone knew he was getting the ball.
All but first and last non-conference are all at Rupp, can you please explain: @ Louisville, @ Michigan, @ Big 12 challenge opponent, @ Louisville, @ Notre Dame, and @ Big 12 challenge opponent?