Alabama Crimson Tide, Quarterback
With Jalen Hurts, Tua Tagovailoa and Mac Jones in the mix, this spring will be important for deciding on a 2017 starter.
Alabama's 2017 schedule isn't overly difficult. That doesn't mean that there aren't teams that could crush the Crimson Tide's title hopes. Who has the best chance to bring down college football's top program in 2017? Here are their three toughest games.
Jacob Eason, Jake Bentley, Jalen Hurts and Shea Patterson are all capable of putting together a run that would earn them a spot on this list, but it won’t be easy.
"No cheering in the press box." Before kickoff of every football game, that subtle reminder is made over the loudspeaker.
Every SEC team, from mighty Alabama to the perceived 2017 title contenders to those simply rebuilding and aiming to be bowl-eligible could use a luck-filled wish on St. Patrick's Day to carry them through the year.
Brice Ramsey wants to play, which is understandable. However, getting Jake Fromm ready quickly behind Jacob Eason just became more of a priority for Georgia.
All 28 coordinators in the SEC will leave their imprint in 2017, but six stand out as potentially having the greatest impact on this coming season.
With the beginning of spring football, here's a look at a handful of assistant coaches who could have a profound effect on their respective teams.
Alabama came within 2 minutes of a perfect 15-0 season. Its defense scored 11 touchdowns. How can the 2017 Tide team possibly top that? We provide five reasons Alabama might actually be better this fall ... and three it might not.
Every SEC team, from mighty Alabama to the teams at the bottom of the 2016 standings, has one central thing -- and probably a few more -- they can do differently than last year to make sure their 2017 football existence is just a bit happier.