Florida Gators will haunt SEC dreams
Walk-ons discuss conference's best team, student section and more
As you'll soon see, my look at the SEC is a little different than previous conferences, since none of our walk-on sources could be named due to a conference policy on surveys. But the Trillion-Man Army will not be silenced. Since I spent four years at Ohio State finding ways to get around the rules, I stealthily tapped into the End-Of-The-Bench Underground to put this SEC preview together.
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Mark Titus, a former Ohio State Buckeye (a walk-on from 2006 to 2010), came to renown for writing the blog Club Trillion, billed as "Life views from the end of the bench." His lesser renown comes from holding the school record for the most wins in a four-year career. Seriously. He will contribute on a semi-regular basis to ESPN Insider throughout this college basketball season.
The Big East
Fear the musket -- and the Panthers.
Watch out for Malcolm Delaney.
Kansas is the team to beat ... again.
Beware the Florida Gators.
The conference is Washington's to lose
Spartans are sitting pretty