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February 10, 2020

Tennessee Hires Former UK Defensive Line Coach Jimmy Brumbaugh

Nick Roush 11:00am February 10, 2020 2/10/20

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Another former Wildcat will be a foe this fall. Bruce Feldman reports Jimmy Brumbaugh will be the next defensive line coach for the Tennessee Volunteers. Brumbaugh was Mark Stoops’ first defensive line coach at Kentucky, serving in the role from 2013-16. After his departure he spent two seasons at Maryland and the 2019 season at…

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February 6, 2020

Tennessee Football eats ass, says AD Fulmer

Drew Franklin 3:00pm February 6, 2020 2/6/20

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Tennessee Football eats ass. I’ve waited over a decade for a reason to write that exact sentence. Now I can because the Vols’ athletic director and former head football coach, Phillip Fulmer, stood before a crowd at a National Signing Day event last night and said, “The Vols are back. And before long, we’ll be…

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February 5, 2020

Eli Drinkwitz Provides Proof that Missouri Football is Staying in the SEC Football Cellar

Nick Roush 4:30pm February 5, 2020 2/5/20

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Missouri football is dead. New head coach Eli Drinkwitz proved as much on National Signing Day. Once a proud program that entered the SEC and immediately went to consecutive SEC Championship Games, they now celebrate three-star commitments as if gold and black confetti is falling in Atlanta. This past offseason Missouri replaced former Tiger linebacker…

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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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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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February 9, 2017

Way Too Early Look at SEC Media Days

Freddie Maggard 4:30pm February 9, 2017 2/9/17 Comments Disabled

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It’s never too early to discuss July’s supercilious display of media overindulgence that is also known as the SEC Football Media Days. With a 2016 resurgence, Kentucky has nearly joined its peers and entered the year-round football news cycle. The Wildcats will take on a new role of expectation in Hoover. Let’s take a look…

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