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July 11, 2017

The Dawgs Are Absolutely Loaded

Freddie Maggard 12:30pm July 11, 2017 7/11/17

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Georgia has been the most impressive program in Hoover from head coach Kirby Smart to running backs Nick Chubb and Sony Michel along with LB Roquan Smith. Here’s where Media Days media types will either go all-in or stay away from the Georgia Bulldogs in their vote for the top spot in the East. The…

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Five Significant SEC Rule Changes

Nick Roush 11:15am July 11, 2017 7/11/17

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Coaches can’t be on the Field Mark Stoops is going to have to hire a new “get back” coach.  SEC coordinator of officials Steve Shaw explained the new national rule for coaches that will surely create a few additional 15-yard penalties this season. “If a coach comes out onto the field of play, so in…

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July 10, 2017

Day One Notes from SEC Media Days for the UK Fans of the Day

Nick Roush 11:00pm July 10, 2017 7/10/17

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Coach O was Kind of Disappointing Hearing Ed Oregon talk is entertaining, but if you listened, you heard a whole lot of nothing.  Instead of providing high-quality content, he simply went through his two-deep, all the way into his special teams unit.  Even though he wasn’t great at the podium, he did something awesome at Media Days.…

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The Depth Chart Podcast: Day One at SEC Media Days

KSR 8:45pm July 10, 2017 7/10/17

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LIVE from Hoover, Alabama, Freddie and Nick give you a behind-the-scenes peek inside day one of SEC Media Days.  They discuss the winners and losers from day one, look ahead to tomorrow and also talk about… —  Derrius Guice and Greg Sankey are the Real MVPs. —  Bert Bielema Butt-Faces the Commissioner. —  Freddie displays…

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Tennessee Has to Replace Leaders and Production

Freddie Maggard 7:30pm July 10, 2017 7/10/17 Comments Disabled

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2016 was supposed to be the Year of the Vol or the season that UT competed for conference and national championships. That didn’t happen. An extremely talented Tennessee team with six players drafted in the first four rounds of the NFL Draft finished the regular season 8-4. 8-4 is not a bad record; but how,…

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Coach O and the LSU Tigers

Freddie Maggard 5:15pm July 10, 2017 7/10/17 Comments Disabled

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LSU lists 49 true or redshirt freshmen on its roster. An amazing and potentially troubling number for first year head coach Ed Orgeron. Couple youth with an arduous schedule and year one could be a daunting task for the former interim. Orgeron has surrounded himself with two all-star coordinators in Dave Aranda and Matt Canada.…

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Brett Bielema’s Butt-Dialing Ploy to Land a Chipotle Endorsement

Nick Roush 4:30pm July 10, 2017 7/10/17

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The first head coach to stand at the podium in the Grand Ballroom at Hoover’s Wynfrey Hotel received an unusual introduction from SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.  Just days removed from the birth of his first child, Bret Bielema had an interesting encounter with Sankey. “All of a sudden my phone said he was FaceTiming me.…

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UK Football Pioneers are Focal Point of Greg Sankey’s SEC Media Days Opening Address

Nick Roush 3:30pm July 10, 2017 7/10/17

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Each year SEC Media Days begin with a statement from the Commissioner.  Each year it begins with a pat on the back to celebrate the conference’s long list of accomplishments.  Each year we’re lucky to hear one mention of Kentucky.  This year that was not the case. After Greg Sankey read through the SEC’s 2016-17 titles, the…

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Call the Hogs: The Arkansas Razorbacks

Freddie Maggard 3:00pm July 10, 2017 7/10/17 Comments Disabled

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Arkansas finished the 2016 campaign with a 7-6 record. In its regular season finale, the Hogs led Missouri 24-7 at halftime before falling 28-24. The Belk Bowl followed trend as Bret Bielema’s team jumped out to a 24-0 lead against Virginia Tech. The Hokies went on to score 35 unanswered for the win. For those…

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Four Newsworthy Notes from Greg Sankey’s Opening SEC Media Days Remarks

Nick Roush 1:30pm July 10, 2017 7/10/17

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Realignment is Off the Table Realigning divisions is not technically off the table; it was never there to start.  There’s been plenty of speculation that Auburn and Missouri could switch divisions.  Sankey shot that question down quickly.  “It has not been an agenda item.” This should be music to the ears of Kentucky fans.  The East…

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January 19, 2020

Vanderbilt Basketball is in a Sad State of Affairs

Zack Geoghegan 2:00pm January 19, 2020 1/19/20

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The Vanderbilt men’s basketball team came into Saturday’s matchup against Tennessee with an 8-8 record and very little optimism surrounding the remainder of the SEC schedule. They had already lost to teams such as Loyola-Chicago, Tulsa, Liberty, and Richmond earlier in the season and were 0-3 in conference play. The Volunteers held a massive 66-45…

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January 14, 2020

NCAA clears Tennessee player Uros Plavsic to play immediately

Maggie Davis 7:00pm January 14, 2020 1/14/20

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The University of Tennessee basketball team just got some good news. The NCAA cleared Uros Plavsic, a 7-footer originally from Serbia who came to UT as a transfer from Arizona State. He redshirted with the Sun Devils last season and will now be immediately eligible to play for the Volunteers as a redshirt freshman. Plavsic…

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Today on KSR: The LSU Tigers are National Champions

Nick Roush 9:00am January 14, 2020 1/14/20

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Joe Burrow and the Bayou Bengals handed Dabo Swinney’s paper Tigers a 42-25 defeat in the Superdome to cap off one of the greatest college football seasons of all-time in the CFB Playoff National Championship Game. Over the last two months college football fans heard Swinney cry wolf over and over and over again. He…

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January 11, 2020

Vanderbilt Star Aaron Nesmith Out Indefinitely

Nick Roush 6:00pm January 11, 2020 1/11/20

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For the second straight season, injuries have sidelined Vanderbilt’s best basketball player. Aaron Nesmith suffered a stress fracture in his foot in the Commodores’ 83-79 loss to undefeated Auburn. According to the school’s newspaper, the Vanderbilt Hustler, Nesmith is expected to miss the rest of the 2019-20 season. Nesmith leads the SEC in scoring, averaging…

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January 9, 2020

Thoughts on Mike Leach’s Return to the SEC

Nick Roush 3:15pm January 9, 2020 1/9/20

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A pirate has entered SEC territory. Mike Leach will be Mississippi State’s next head football coach. A move few saw coming, allow me to share all of the thoughts bouncing around in my brain. Really? When John Cohen said he wanted Miss. State’s next head coach to bring a disciplined, militaristic approach, it seemed to eliminate…

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BREAKING: Mike Leach is going to Mississippi State

Jack Pilgrim 1:30pm January 9, 2020 1/9/20

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Mississippi State has found its next head coach, and it’s a familiar name to the Big Blue Nation. According to Pete Thamel of Yahoo! Sports, Washington State head coach and former Kentucky offensive coordinator Mike Leach will head to Starkville, MS and lead the Bulldogs moving forward. Source: Mike Leach will be the next head…

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January 7, 2020

Scratch One Candidate in the Mississippi State Coaching Search

Nick Roush 12:00pm January 7, 2020 1/7/20

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It’s been just over 12 hours since this website gave you an update in the Mississippi State coaching search. Now I must inform you one of their top candidates has taken another job. Ya hate to see it. Joe Judge and Todd Grantham were considered the top two candidates for the Miss. State head coaching…

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January 3, 2020

Joe Moorhead Fired by Mississippi State

Nick Roush 10:32am January 3, 2020 1/3/20

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The Mississippi State Bulldogs are looking for a new football coach. After only two seasons, Joe Moorhead is packing up his office in Starkville. First reported by Brett McMurphy and confirmed by ESPN, the 2019 Egg Bowl proved to be fatal for both head coaches. The jury appeared to still be out on Moorhead after…

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January 2, 2020

Catch The Fever: Catch Up On SEC Basketball

Drew Franklin 3:30pm January 2, 2020 1/2/20

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You feel that fever coming on? It’s SEC basketball, and as hard as it is to believe, it begins Saturday. Conference plays get underway this weekend for most of the Southeastern Conference with your University of Kentucky Wildcats all set to host Missouri in the kickoff to league play in Lexington. Soon we’ll be traveling about…

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December 26, 2019

Garrett Shrader will miss Music City Bowl after teammate reportedly punched the QB in practice

Nick Roush 1:30pm December 26, 2019 12/26/19

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Mississippi State’s bizarre season is only getting weirder ahead of the Music City Bowl. Injuries forced true freshman Garrett Shrader into action at quarterback. After earning the starting spot for good, an injury to his face will sideline him for the Music City Bowl. According to a report from Miss. State’s 247 Sports site, an…

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