SEC Football

What Michael Sam's Announcement Doesn't Mean.

In a perfect world we'd all be able to agree to hate Auburn, and no one else. Alas, the world is not perfect, and the world of college football is no different. It comes with all kinds of...

Steven Orr Spurrier Retirement Pool

It's the offseason, so let's have a little fun and bet on it. When do you think Steven Orr Spurrier will retire from coaching the University of South Carolina?

Final SEC Power Poll Ballot: The End, My Friend.

And so it ends. The final SEC Football Power Poll of the season is up over at Team Speed Kills, and there are some fairly predictable patterns. Auburn is, as would be expected of a team which won...

Steady as She Goes: The Georgia Bulldogs' Wild Ride on an Even Keel

It's impossible to overstate how important the SEC's best conference narrative was to keeping the streak alive. Keeping that up required big non-conference wins, a sterling bowl record in most...

SEC Championship Game: Ich Bin Ein Missourianer!

I'm not here to tell you how to watch the SEC Championship Game. That sort of thing, like religious bent and political affiliation, is a person's own business. This nation was founded on man's...

Championship Saturday TV Schedule and Open Thread.

It's championship Saturday, and there's a good bit of good football to be found across your television dial. Sure the showdown between top 5 teams in the Georgia Dome is the biggest match up of...

Matt Stinchcomb On Mizzou/Auburn And So Much More.

Few recent Bulldogs have enjoyed the kind of success, both on and off the field, that Matt Stinchcomb has. Stinchcomb came to Athens as a USA Today All-American out of Parkview High School. He left...



Dust of Snow: Reflections on the Eve of the Winter of Bulldog Nation's Discontent

Power Poll Week 15: It Had To Happen This Way.

Way back in July, 238 college football writers covering SEC Media Days cast votes for the winners of the conferences two divisions. None picked either Auburn or Missouri, the two teams who will...

A Wonderfully SEC Thanksgiving.

Editor's note: This post grew out of a series of tweets by various people over the past couple of days. Mine below aren't even close to the funniest of the bunch. I urge you to search the hashtag...


SEC Power Poll Ballot: A Low Moan Of Anguish.

We're ranking the SEC teams from 1 to 14. Sigh.


Georgia, Auburn, and the South's Oldest Rivalry.

#CommitToTheG #dawgsontop TIME TO GO AVENGE ALL THE WRONGS PERPETRATED UPON @TKyleKing BY ALABAMA POLY TECH — Tyler Dawgden (@TylerDawgden) November 16, 2013 Since I appear to have made a...

Power Poll #11: I Hate (How High I Ranked) Auburn

And here we are again, fumbling around to rank the SEC's football teams one through fourteen. I don't know that the SEC picture is really any clearer, but it seems that way to me. After the...

Wk. 8 Power Poll Ballot: Well, How Did I Get Here?

I've been known to moan in this space about my general confusion about where to rank the 14 SEC football teams. Oh, how do you distinguish a 3-2 Vanderbilt squad from a 3-2 Mississippi State? I...


DS Bloggers Injured, Ejected at Annual Gathering

Dawg Sports Bloggers Injured, Ejected at Annual Sacrificial Goat Roast

You Can't Spell "History" Without H-I-T

Earlier this week, I brought the conversation here to a screeching halt with the "TL;DR" fanpost to end all "TL;DR" fanposts, in which I likened this year’s fast-starting yet injury-riddled G...

SEC Power Poll Week 6: Stuff We Already Suspected.

We've hit that point in the SEC season at which things begin to look like they were expected to. Coming into the season Alabama was a nearly unanimous selection at the top, and Kentucky and...

The Feel Good Stats of the Week: Georgia Bulldogs v. Tennessee Volunteers

Obviously, the news that Keith Marshall’s and Justin Scott-Wesley’s injuries were season-ending puts a substantial damper on whatever positive attitude any of us had about the Georgia Bulldogs...

A Solution to the Problem of SEC Scheduling Without Permanent Rivalries or a Nine-Game Slate

There exists within the Southeastern Conference a divisive issue that remains unresolved, with the pertinent parties separated by differences of opinion regarding the future of the league schedule....

From the Man Himself:

Zach Mettenberger was absurdly good on third downs and passing downs. Aaron Murray was absurdly good on first downs and standard downs. I don't even know what else to say, at least without going about 2,000 words. This was just a joyful, fun, incredibly well-played football game. I wish they were all like this. LSU games are rarely beautiful, but this was beautiful.

From Bill Connelly. Compare the success rates on passing downs and on standard downs, and you'll understand everything you need to know about this game. Go 'Dawgs!

SEC Power Poll Week 5: Certainty Is Within View.

Once again the greatest minds in the SEC blogosphere got together to rank the conference's football teams top to bottom, and they forgot to deactivate my password on the voting site. This week...


A Salute to a Special Group of Georgia Seniors

Let me tell you a story. It’s a story about a particular, and particularly noteworthy, recruiting class for the Georgia Bulldogs. I’ll bet you’ll be able to figure out before long which...


Dave and Me

Dave and Me


Odds and Ends from the LSU Win

Odds and Ends from the LSU Win

We May Have Just Won Last Year's SEC Championship!

Fluker is the biggest issue here. His violation supposedly happened in early 2012. If the NCAA finds that he took impermissible benefits, all of the Crimson Tide's wins from the 2012 season, including the BCS national championship, would almost certainly be vacated.

Please please please please please. Go 'Dawgs!
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