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July 9, 2017

The First Depth Chart of the 2017 Football Season

Nick Roush 11:00pm July 9, 2017 7/9/17

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An SEC Media Days tradition unlike any other, the first depth chart of the season has been released in the UK Media Guide.  There’s not a lot to take in, because it will change approximately 72 times before Kentucky plays Southern Miss, but there are two things worth noting: Lynn Bowden and Michael Nesbitt are on…

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July 7, 2017

Kentucky taking over the SEC Network on Monday, July 17

Drew Franklin 2:00pm July 7, 2017 7/7/17

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It’s almost time for the third annual “SEC Network Takeover” in which the schools from around the conference take over the SEC Network programming and social media for an entire day. The University of Kentucky has the honor of leading off the schedule with its takeover on Monday, July 17. Last year’s win over Louisville (FUMBLE!!!!)…

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June 27, 2017

Three Vanderbilt football players involved in shooting

Drew Franklin 6:00pm June 27, 2017 6/27/17

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A couple of Vanderbilt defensive backs were shot Monday evening while trying to recover a teammate’s stolen cell phone. Sophomore wide receiver Donaven Tennyson had his phone stolen during a meeting with a prospective buyer who saw Tennyson’s phone listed online and arranged an exchange for the sell. The same phone was then re-listed on the same website later…

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June 26, 2017

Man does $100,000 worth of damage to Mizzou Arena with his car

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:00pm June 26, 2017 6/26/17

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Missouri could be a contender in the SEC this season, but first, they’ve got to fix their arena. Early yesterday morning, a man broke into Mizzou Arena and did $100,000 worth of damage — with his car. According to police, the break-in came around 4:00 a.m., when Nathaniel Conant drove his car through a closed…

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June 21, 2017

Week One SEC East Loss Probabilities

Freddie Maggard 4:00pm June 21, 2017 6/21/17

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For quite some time the SEC East has been considered the lesser of the league’s two divisions. Some go as far as labeling it the SEC LEast. Week one matchups offer several opportunities to improve upon or maintain its reputation within the conference and all of college football.  Two neutral site games vs. Power 5…

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June 15, 2017

Hal Mumme is not a fan of LSU’s Ed Orgeron

Kindsey Bernhard 7:00pm June 15, 2017 6/15/17

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  The former Kentucky head football coach alleged that LSU and football head coach, Ed Orgeron, used their influence to keep out-of-state schools from attending satellite camps in Baton Rouge. Mumme is the head coach at Division III Belhaven University, the school hosting the satellite camp. The camp was originally scheduled to be held in Baton Rouge…

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June 8, 2017

Cole Cubelic still likes the UK Offensive Line

Freddie Maggard 10:00am June 8, 2017 6/8/17

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The SEC Network’s Cole Cubelic freely speaks his mind; and does so frequently. He ruffled Golden Flake feathers throughout the south a year ago by ranking the Kentucky Wildcat offensive line as the top unit in the Southeastern Conference. PROJECTED 2017 OFFENSIVE LINE DEPTH CHART Left Tackle Senior Cole Mosier (6’6, 335) Sophomore Landon Young…

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June 2, 2017

Running Back Decisions Will Greatly Impact the SEC East

Freddie Maggard 7:00pm June 2, 2017 6/2/17

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We continue our SEC East discussion by analyzing NFL Draft decisions made by five running backs. Their choice to either stay in school or for early departure to the NFL will substantially influence the division’s outcome. Let’s take a look:  RETURNED TO SCHOOL Nick Chubb-Georgia  2016 Results: Finished 8th in the SEC with 224 carries,…

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June 1, 2017

A Way Too Early Look at the SEC East

Freddie Maggard 7:30pm June 1, 2017 6/1/17

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The last week of May marks the arrival time for college football magazines. Athlon, Street and Smith, and several other periodicals are stocked at Kroger stores across the Commonwealth. All will proclaim to be the most accurate predictors of all things college football. I’m still eagerly awaiting Phil Steele’s dissertation. Steele’s work fits my statistic-driven…

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May 5, 2017

SEC Football Practice Rule Changes

Freddie Maggard 9:00pm May 5, 2017 5/5/17 Comments Disabled

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The Southeastern Conference will adopt football practice recommendations by the NCAA Sports Science Institute which will impact preseason, in-season, post-season, and spring practice. The proposals received unanimous support of the SEC Athletics Directors and the league’s Presidents and Chancellors. What does this mean? Not a lot other than UK may start fall camp earlier than…

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December 10, 2019

New Missouri head coach wants to win the Sun Belt… err… SEC East

Jack Pilgrim 7:00pm December 10, 2019 12/10/19

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Missouri’s decision to hire former Appalachian State head coach Eli Drinkwitz was one that turned heads on several levels. For starters, Drinkwitz had only been with the Mountaineers for a single season, his only head coaching experience. He previously served as the offensive coordinator at North Carolina State (2016-18) and Boise State (2015). Not only…

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December 9, 2019

The SEC Coaching Carousel is Complete

Nick Roush 11:00am December 9, 2019 12/9/19

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After a tumultuous month in the Southeastern Conference, the league’s three head coaching vacancies were filled Sunday night. The first domino to fall was Lane Kiffin. After it was widely reported Friday night into Saturday morning that Kiffin would be the next head coach at Ole Miss, he picked up another C-USA Championship for FAU,…

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December 7, 2019

Lane Kiffin to Ole Miss as the Coaching Carousel nears a Halt

Nick Roush 11:00am December 7, 2019 12/7/19

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TOOT! TOOT!  The Lane Train is coming to Oxford. After three seasons leading FAU’s program in Boca Raton, Joey Freshwater is on the verge of being named the next Ole Miss head coach. FootballScoop, Bruce Feldman and a bunch of others report Ole Miss and Kiffin are on the verge of finalizing a deal, all…

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December 4, 2019

The Kentucky-Arkansas game in Fayetteville is sold out

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 2:30pm December 4, 2019 12/4/19

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Were you hoping to go to the Kentucky vs. Arkansas game on January 18 in Fayetteville? Well, get ready to look for tickets on the secondary market because the Razorbacks announced the game is SOLD OUT. Arkansas is 8-0 this season, most notably beating Georgia Tech, Kentucky’s opponent on Dec. 14, 62-61 in overtime last…

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December 2, 2019

Black Sunday Fallout, Presented by Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse

Nick Roush 2:00pm December 2, 2019 12/2/19 Comments Disabled

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A message from our sponsor: Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouses are known for nationally-acclaimed U.S.D.A. Prime Steaks, Seafood & Sushi, Impeccable Service and Live Entertainment. Collectively, these are the elements of The Jeff Ruby Experience, an incomparable total dining experience unlike any other. Our high-energy, upscale atmosphere and passionate attention to detail have earned us rave reviews from…

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December 1, 2019

Ole Miss fires head coach Matt Luke

Maggie Davis 8:30pm December 1, 2019 12/1/19

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Things are changing in Oxford, Mississippi, as Ole Miss has reportedly decided to make a coaching change. Multiple reports say the school has fired Matt Luke after three seasons at the helm. The news was first reported by Rivals’ Rebel Grove and quickly confirmed by Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel and then ESPN. Under Luke, the…

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SEC Football Takeaways of Week 14

John Reecer 7:30pm December 1, 2019 12/1/19

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Another week has come and gone in the college football season. The SEC consistently gives the sport amazing games, moments, and players. Here are my five biggest takeaways in the conference from week fourteen. 1. Alabama Lost….You Just Hate To See It Gather around, folks. Gather around and listen to the absolute best sound in…

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November 30, 2019

REPORT: Barry Odom fired at Missouri

Jack Pilgrim 11:12am November 30, 2019 11/30/19 Comments Disabled

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Barry Odom will leave his job at Missouri without a single win over Kentucky. This morning, Gabe DeArmond of PowerMizzou.com is reporting that Odom has been fired at Missouri after four seasons. BREAKING: Per multiple sources #Mizzou has fired Barry Odom after four seasons. Free story with much more to come: https://t.co/ciaKLNIg0D — Gabe DeArmond…

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November 26, 2019

Tom Crean is a little too obsessed with “positionless” basketball

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 4:00pm November 26, 2019 11/26/19

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It’s been a while since we’ve all gathered ’round and laughed at Tom Crean, so why don’t we take a moment to do just that? John Calipari’s been hammering “positionless” basketball into our brains for years, but apparently, Tom Crean is just now catching on to the concept. Today at the Maui Invitational, it was…

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November 19, 2019

South Carolina administrators are making a mess over Will Muschamp

Nick Roush 5:00pm November 19, 2019 11/19/19 Comments Disabled

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There’s really no other way to say it: South Carolina is an absolute sh*t show. Will Muschamp’s Gamecocks are staring down the barrel of a four-win season, with Clemson eagerly awaiting to deliver a deathblow in the season finale next Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium. This was supposed to be the season the investment into Muschamp…

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