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Tennessee & LSU Football 2015 – Better, ...

TENNESSEE OFFENSE This was a sore spot for the Vols last season starting a TON of underclassmen – but 2015’s offense should reap the rewards of 2014’s struggles. UT scored 23 points or less 5 times last season and went 0-5 SU & 1-4 ATS in those games; they scored 24 points or more 7 times vs FBS foes and went 7-1 SU (only losing by 3 points in Athens) & 4-2 ATS.  This year all but one starter returns and we should...

Ole Miss & South Carolina Football 2015 –...

OLE MISS OFFENSE The Rebels offense slowed what could have been a very special 2014 season in Oxford – besides the 35-31 loss to Auburn where they did their part  – they scored just 10 COMBINED points in their other 3 losses! This could be a classic case of “addition by subtraction” by losing starting QB Bo Wallace, while 9 starters return to the offense.  How well Jr. QB Chad Kelly, the likely starter, equates to SEC...

2015 SEC East Season Win Totals

Upon diving into our initial piece regarding college football win totals a week prior, I provided my input with regard to the SEC West. A keen soft spot for some, I nudged bettors to perhaps glance at the over for Alabama, Arkansas, and both the Tigers of LSU and Auburn, while I recommended the opposite for Ole Miss, Texas A&M and Mississippi State. In essence, many recreational wagerers base calculations and numbers off...

2015 SEC West Season Win Totals

The Southeastern conference perhaps acts as a mantelpiece for college football. A rich tradition and storied history deeply rooted within the fanbases, the game comes as second nature, with potential petitions for inscribing Nick Saban and Steve Spurrier-like replicas amidst the crevices of Mount Rushmore.   So when 5 Dimes opened up win totals for the FBS, one core of clubs that sought keen proofreading was the SEC. ...

Mississippi State Football 2015 – Better, worse or...

MISSISSIPPI STATE OFFENSE Coming off a year in which the Bulldogs averaged 37 points and 506 yards per game to lead the SEC, it’s hard to predict the MSU offense to be much better than it was in 2014. With that being said, the return of Heisman-candidate QB Dak Prescott and the deepest group of receivers Dan Mullen has had in Starkville will give the Bulldogs a chance to match the success they had last season. Expect to see...

Texas A & M Football 2015 – Better, worse or ...

TEXAS A & M OFFENSE Although Texas A&M’s offense averaged 35.2 points per game last season to rank 26th in the nation in scoring offense, the Aggies project to be even better in 2015. A&M boasted one of the country’s most productive passing games in 2014 with a true freshman quarterback starting half the season and three receivers in their first seasons of major college football. Quarterback Kyle Allen, who was...

Arkansas Football 2015 – Better, worse or about th...

ARKANSAS OFFENSE The consensus coming out of spring is that Arkansas will be much better on offense in 2015. Fifth-year senior quarterback Brandon Allen had a terrific spring. Bret Bielema said following the spring game that his QB didn’t throw an interception all spring, so all indications point to Allen and the passing game being much stronger next season, which was – if you could point to one thing – the...

Which SEC teams will have the best OL/DL combinati...

Which SEC teams will have the best OL/DL combination? The line of scrimmage is a basic building block in college football and in the SEC. If you have strength on both the offensive and defensive lines of scrimmage then you have the ability to be in (and win) every game. Here’s a look at the top five teams when looking at the combination of their offensive and defensive lines. #5 Georgia Bulldogs While Georgia has a big...

Vanderbilt Football 2015 – Better, worse or about ...

Vanderbilt offense: better, worse or about the same? Why? Better. Has to be, because things couldn’t get much worse after 2014. Karl Dorrell was a disaster as an offensive coordinator and now the Commodores will turn to former Wisconsin OC Andy Luwdig in his place. That’s good news for Ralph Webb. The redshirt sophomore had a big year in 2014, running for 907 yards as the team’s only consistent offensive...

Missouri Football 2015 – Better, worse or about th...

Missouri Offense: better, worse or about the same? Why? By Mizzou standards, the offense struggled in 2014. This was mainly due to losing some very talented wide receivers.  The 2015 Tiger offense will probably be about the same as last year.  Once again the lack of significant experience at wide receiver has the potential to present some problems for QB Maty Mauk.  Wesley Leftwich is the lone senior wideout for the Tigers...
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