The SEC Nation crew discussed the Mississippi Bulldogs and quarterback Dak Prescott this morning in advance of their opener against Southern Miss tonight, and the reviews of the team and its starting quarterback were mixed.

Tim Tebow spoke highly of Prescott, but to be fair, Tebow spoke highly of most quarterbacks on today’s show.

“I’m very high on Dak Prescott,” Tebow said, noting the MSU signal caller “will put defenses in binds” with his abilities as both a passer and a runner.

Paul Finebaum was not as high on Prescott’s prospects for the coming season.

“Let’s stop this Dak Prescott for Heisman talk … he’s not going to win the Heisman,” Finebaum said rather bluntly.

The popular Alabama radio host, who has taken on a larger role on the SEC Network, did warn the Auburn fans on-site (the show was broadcasting from Auburn’s campus for today’s Auburn-Arkansas game) that they may be on upset watch when they travel to Starkville to face MSU later this season.

Marcus Spears stuck to his defensive roots, mentioning the team’s veteran defense as a point of strength for the Bulldogs this season, referring to the defense as their “calling card.”

Tebow said the team has a chance to go 10-2, especially if Prescott can win close games in the fourth quarter. Finebaum seemed to think that prediction was ludicrous.

Either way, it is apparent the Bulldogs won’t sneak up on anyone this season.