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SEC Teams That Are Underrated Heading into 2014 Se...

With as much hype as the SEC gets, believe it or not, some of the teams are getting less respect than they deserve this offseason. A loss of star talent is part of the reason for the uncertainties, but there is also room for optimism with these three teams.   Texas A&M Sure, they lose Johnny Football and Mike Evans, their two biggest contributors on offense, but I don’t doubt Kevin Sumlin’s ability to reload. The...

2014 College Football Win Totals: Introduction and...

The 2014 College Football Win Totals were first released a little over a month ago. If you are late to the party, fear not: there’s still plenty of value to go around. For those of you who are new to the win total/season-long prop bet arena, here are a couple things to keep in mind: 1 . Don’t invest too much of your bankroll in these types of wagers. Remember, you won’t be able to touch that money until the...

2014 SEC Team Preview – Florida

I think if you mixed Windex and Everclear with a splash of tonic, it wouldn’t be strong enough to remove the 2013 college football season from Florida fan’s memory. Boy was it rough, but to be honest, there was some bright lights that make the potential in 2014 very nice. I’m not kidding. 2013 In Review 51. That is the number of starts that the Gators lost to injury last year. 30 on offense, 21 on defense....

2014 SEC Team Preview – Tennessee

Hang in there for this one. The tale of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz shares multiple parallels to the the Tennessee Volunteer football team of the past decade. Let us consider Tennessee as Dorthy for intensive purposes. Dorthy and Toto are uprooted by a nasty Tornado, and  I would love to call the Tornado as Lane Kiffin, as he was what essentially started this mess that has continued to circle (see what I did there?), but the...

2014 SEC Team Preview – Kentucky

Baby Steps. You must crawl before you walk. The Cats are in the second season with Stoops, and this season, the Wildcats be attempting to walk. They will perfect the crawl, show us some promising glimpses, but fall down before they can stablize and master the walk. UK will be improved, but lets be real, it’s hard not to be… 2013 In Review Where to start? Kentucky was not the best team last year. They battled...

2014 SEC Team Preview – LSU

I feel like every other year, when people mention who is going to come out of the SEC, LSU somehow gets overlooked. “They lost too many starters. They don’t have a QB. The ground and pound doesn’t win football games anymore. Les always blows the big games.” Well let me remind you, LSU is in the top echelon of football factories in the country. They will reload, and they will be good. Damn good. 2013...

How the SEC Quarterback Situation Looks Entering 2...

The Southeastern Conference lost several great quarterbacks from 2013 including Johnny Manziel from Texas A & M, Georgia’s Aaron Murray, A.J. McCarron from Alabama, LSU’s Zach Mettenberger, and Connor Shaw of South Carolina. I would also throw James Franklin from Missouri into that conversation as well. How will their replacements fare in 2014? Will the SEC’s production at quarterback decline or improve this...

2014 SEC Team Preview – Missouri

Coming into 2014, I want to thank the Tigers for the large amount of money they made us in their 2013 campaign. Last year, the Tigers were to some, a surprise champion in the SEC East.  Coming into 2014, the Tigers are once again going to have to earn their respect from rest of the SEC. Things this season may be a little bit tougher. 2013 In Review Last season, I strongly believe that the Tigers had one of the best 3 WR...

SEC Teams That Will Make Big Jumps Offensively/Def...

The SEC is the strongest conference in college football and some teams will get even better in 2014. There are some teams that will make big strides in the right direction offensively this season, and also teams that will improve on the defensive side of the ball as well.   Offense Florida- 18.8 points per game in 2013 Returning Offensive Starters: 8 The Gators were one of the worst offensive teams in the country last...

Mississippi State Football 2014 Spring Wrap Up

Mississippi State Football 2014 Spring Wrap Up Strengths & Question Marks Mississippi State fans feel very good about the quarterback position with Dak Prescott going into his first full year as a starter. He accomplished a great bit as a sophomore and should show improvement this year. The defense also improved as the season went on last year, and it should be a strong point for Mississippi State. It will be interesting...