ATHENS, Ga. -- To this point, no decommitment has resonated more loudly during Mark Richt’s Georgia tenure than when Da’Rick Rogers flipped from the Bulldogs to Tennessee just before national signing day in 2010.
We've reached the end to another college football season, and yet again Alabama is on top. Nick Saban is the king of college football, and his Crimson Tide are looking down at the rest of the sport.
We've come to the end of the regular season for the SEC, so here is our final batch of power rankings until the new year:1. Alabama (12-1; last week: 1): No, Alabama wasn't perfect in its 32-28 victory against Georgia in the SEC title game, but talk about resolve.
Here we are again talking about another potential national championship for the SEC.Weren’t we having this same conversation last year, the year before that and the year before that?
After everything that happened over the weekend, our power rankings didn't really change heading into the final week of the regular season:1. Alabama (10-1; last week: 1): The Tide didn't have much competition lining up opposition over the weekend, but Alabama took care of business in dominating fashion.
There are a lot of interesting matchups and storylines in the SEC this weekend, so let's take a look at what to watch on Saturday:1. SEC championship matchup: By late Saturday night, we could know exactly who will be playing for the SEC title in Atlanta.
Here's a quick primer for Week 11 in the SEC:Arkansas (4-5, 2-3 SEC) at No. 8 South Carolina (7-2, 5-2 SEC), Noon ET, CBS: The Gamecocks are rested from the bye and the hope is the emotions from Marcus Lattimore's season-ending injury won't hurt this team's mindset.
Alabama is still really, really good, and we have a new king of the East:1. The East is Georgia's to lose: After being counted out heading into their big matchup with Florida, the Bulldogs are now atop the East again.
The eighth week of the college football season has come and gone, so let’s take a look at what we learned Saturday in the SEC:1. Clarity in the East race: Florida just keeps finding ways to win after seemingly finding ways to lose a year ago.
We have a little more movement this week, but one thing remains the same: Alabama is clearly the team to beat.1. Alabama (6-0; last week: 1): After a week off, the Crimson Tide ran right over Missouri in the first half before bad weather delayed the game.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia survived on Saturday, but its 51-44 win against Tennessee was hardly a textbook victory.Let’s recap some of the history we witnessed at Sanford Stadium and go over some other key points from the Bulldogs’ (5-0, 3-0 SEC) win that keeps them undefeated going into an enormous SEC East showdown against South Carolina (also 5-0, 3-0 after a 38-17 win against Kentucky on Saturday) next Saturday.
ATHENS, Ga. -- As the No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs (4-0, 2-0 SEC) prepare for a key SEC East game against Tennessee (3-1, 0-1) on Saturday, here is a selection of quotes from the Bulldogs’ coaches and players from throughout the week:“I think Derek’s an excellent coach.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Mark Richt doesn’t attempt to hide his love of the passing game, so Georgia’s coach looks on with envy at the aerial weapons Tennessee coach Derek Dooley has at his disposal.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Following a blowout win against Vanderbilt last week, many Georgia fans are already looking ahead to next week and the No. 5 Bulldogs’ showdown with No.
HOOVER, Ala. -- Day 2 of SEC media days sent some media members in to a frenzy, as 24 combined representatives from six teams paraded through The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala.