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What Is SB Nation Saying About the SEC?

The SEC Power Poll features two ties, Tennessee fans are holding out hope for a win in Athens, and Sunday Morning Quarterback thinks big things are brewing in the SEC East. Who's right and who's wrong?

1. Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia. UGA was down three defensive starters at Missouri due to suspension,...

1. Jarvis Jones, LB, Georgia. UGA was down three defensive starters at Missouri due to suspension, but in the span of minutes in the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs' reigning All-American effectively throttled Mizzou's offense all by himself. First: Georgia leads 27-20 midway through the fourth when Jones steps in front of an ill-advised throw by Missouri quarterback James Franklin, returning the pick to the goal line; the offense punches it in on the next play to extend the lead to 34-20. Next: Three plays into the Tigers' ensuing possession, Jones tracks Franklin down for his second sack of the night, knocking the ball loose in the process; a teammate pounces on the fumble at the Mizzou 5-yard-line, and two plays later Georgia leads 41-20. That's how it ended, presumably because Jarvis decided there was no need to run up the score.

Matt Hinton gives top marks to Jarvis Jones. Go 'Dawgs!

2012 Preseason College Football BlogPoll Ballot: It's the SEC West's World, and We're Just Living in It

The 2012 college football season is almost upon us, so it is time for SB Nation sports bloggers to cast their preseason BlogPoll ballots. Will the Alabama Crimson Tide repeat as the BCS national champions?

Matt Hinton Bows Out at Dr. Saturday

A tip of the cap to the blogosphere's best. Go 'Dawgs!

Dr. Saturday and I Are on the Same Page

I always find that encouraging, except whenever he goes off on one of his playoff tirades. Go 'Dawgs!

When a strong contender that effectively earned 50 percent of the vote is rewarded with zero...

When a strong contender that effectively earned 50 percent of the vote is rewarded with zero percent of the opportunity, the system has failed.

The above quotation, taken from Dr. Saturday's latest anti-BCS diatribe, succinctly sums up why I oppose a playoff as, quite literally, un-American. Re-read that quotation. Has the U.S. Constitution failed when the electoral college awards the White House to one presidential candidate in a closely-contested election rather than installing co-chief executives in the Oval Office? Under our system of government, a strong contender effectively earning 50 per cent of the vote but being rewarded with zero per cent of the opportunity is a phenomenon that occurs routinely, which serves as an affirmation of the system, not an indictment of it. Indeed, it is what allows the system to function. There are reasonable arguments in favor of a playoff, and Matt Hinton regularly offers many of them. This is not one of them, as 225 years of American constitutional history confirm. Go 'Dawgs!

Dr. Saturday Saves Bulldog Nation from Experiencing a Moment of Joy

Counterargument: Georgia will deserve to win the East if the Bulldogs beat Kentucky because the 'Dawgs will have gone 4-1 against the division, and, unlike the only other contender in the East, the Red and Black will have succeeded in beating Auburn at home. In addition, the Bulldogs have been statistically superior to, and often statistically dominant over, every conference opponent they've faced, convincingly beating (on the field, if not always on the scoreboard) the opposition. Boise State gets credit for overpowering inferior opponents; why not Georgia? Go 'Dawgs!

Murray's arm was calibrated to perfection, firing to the proper coordinates on 14 of 18 passes with...

Murray's arm was calibrated to perfection, firing to the proper coordinates on 14 of 18 passes with four touchdowns to four different receivers in a 45-7 rout over Auburn. The machine-like display easily extended Murray's lead as the most efficient passer in the SEC, and left him with a new school record for touchdown passes in a season (27). The 38-point win was also the most lopsided in the series by either side since 1946, and put UGA within a game of its first division title since 2005.

Dr. Saturday on Aaron Murray. Go 'Dawgs!

Penn State Was Right to Fire Joe Paterno

Penn State was right to fire Joe Paterno as the head coach of the Nittany Lions in the wake of the scandal over Jerry Sandusky. Dawg Sports explains why.

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