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SEC News Update March 26th, 2012

03.26.2012 · Posted in Missouri, SEC Football, Texas A & M

I know I’ve been gone a while, and for that I do sincerely apologize. Between basketball and searching for employment? I kind of took a couple of weeks off in March. But I’m back, as good as ever, and I’ll start with news briefs as to where the SEC 14 stand at right now.

Alabama: They literally just re-upped Nick Saban until 2020. They’re going to be good at football. Also evil. And the Home Depot is going to have to expand, y’all.
Arkansas: One of my favorite running backs of 2010 is back and feeling downright spry. A superstar Knile Davis will go a long way to help this team in yet another attempt to break the hegemony of Alabama and LSU in the SEC West.
Auburn: The hunt to replace Michael Dyer is on. Will the man who’s ten feet tall and rising find his way into stealing the carries that Onterio McCalebb is the favorite to get? I hope so. I enjoy the concept of Tre Mason.
Florida: There’s offensive issues that Brent Pease and his hipster fedora still need to fix. Jacoby Brissett has the edge at quarterback, but for one, he’s not running away with the job, and for two, neither quarterback seems ready after they were fed to the lions in their first starts.
Georgia: Isaiah Crowell had a decent if not inconsistent season in 2011. He didn’t really stand up to the pounding of SEC defenses. But Crowell is talking about raising his game another level in 2012. Though if Georgia’s defense improves in the second season under Todd Grantham? They may break the Alabama-LSU hegemony.
Kentucky: Will this finally be the year that John Calipari wins the championship? I’m not even going to make a crack about how exactly they’re going to rent it because ethics lol. But that offense Kentucky football had last year? Still a mess. They need this right now.
LSU: If spring practice is any indication, Zack Mettenberger’s going to be the dimension that LSU never had with Jarrett Lee or Jordan Jefferson. And if LSU swings back into the National Championship picture? The question the logical fan has to ask, why wasn’t he involved in 2011.
Mississippi State: The next big running back coming through Starkville? Nick Griffin. He was out with one of the seeming 20 ACL injuries that the Bulldogs had to deal with last year. And like Anthony Davis and Vick Ballard, he has the dimension that Dan Mullen seems to love.
Missouri: I honestly don’t know why there are people who think this is a contender in the East. They do return four linemen with starting experience, but after that? Not much. And their receiving corps has a combined 77 catches. Dorial Green-Beckham would help with all that. But James Franklin’s shoulder adds them a new question mark.
Ole Miss: Expectations are low after last season. But there seems to be a JUCO who can at least start the journey out of the wilderness. The name? Bo Wallace. He initially signed with Freeze at Arkansas State, but after throwing for ridiculous numbers at East Mississippi Community College? He’s ready to come at the SEC.
South Carolina: Steve Spurrier is shirtless. Also an old man. The real question though? Which tall bro replaces Alshon Jeffrey? My money is on K.J. Brent. He won’t get fat and have a terrible final season.
Tennessee: Same as when last we left them. They need to get healthy. They need to win 9 games. Plain and simple you guys.
Texas A&M: SEC fans are happy to have Texas A&M! What with their major offensive skill talent going pro and the defense being generally terrible last season, they could easily go like 3-9 next year! Mississippi State can finally get a non-Mississippi division win!
Vanderbilt: While Danny O’Brien allows himself to be recruited, the emerging name for the Commodores fan to know? Defensive end Walker May. He’s got that skill set to compensate for the loss of Tim Fugger.

 

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