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This week in the SEC: Title plans keep getting wrecked by road rage

By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Feb. 9, 2016 Way back in the stone ages, when watching Southeastern Conference basketball mostly meant channel surfing to find the Jefferson-Pilot syndication package, the late Joe Dean Sr. had a theory on how to read the SEC standings in light of the difficulty of winning on the road. Dean’s […]

Rating the 2016 SEC recruiting classes

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Rating the 2016 SEC recruiting classes

The addition of Jamar King at the last moment brought Alabama up to a rating of “Excellent” in the “Needs Filled” category; otherwise, it would have been hard to rank the Crimson Tide No. 1 in the country overall over Florida State. Alabama, over the past few years, has finished with at least one position group’s worth of signees somewhere to be called best-in-class; in 2016, Alabama did it for at least one position group and maybe as many as three. Alabama got the nation’s best linebacker haul, picking up three 10.0-rated prospects on Signing Day: Ben Davis, Lyndell Wilson and Terrell Hall. But Alabama also was in the running for best OL class, headed by Jonah Williams

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This week in the SEC: Almost halftime, so let’s check the highlights

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Player of the half-year: Tyler Ulis, Kentucky – The 5-foot-9 sophomore point guard is the glue keeping the mercurial Wildcats together. His statistics (16.1 points, 6.2 rebounds per game) don’t capture the whole story of the energy he brings to the lineup, the superior decisions he makes and the grit he shows racking up more minutes than John Calipari would like.

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This Week In The SEC: The league wanted a challenge, and boy has it got one

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By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Jan. 26, 2016 The SEC has been asking for a showcase event to prove it belongs in the ranks of the elite basketball conferences. Ready or not, it gets its wish Saturday. The Big 12-SEC Challenge takes place for the third time, but feels like a new creation. Where previous […]

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This Week In The SEC: Suddenly no one’s afraid of big bad Big Blue

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By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Jan. 19, 2016 Kentucky is in fine shape for the conference race, or it least it would be in the ACC. Back in the Southeastern Conference though, the No. 23 Wildcats are mired in the middle of the pack with a 3-2 record. Big Blue Nation is in a state […]

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This Week In The SEC: The S.S. Commodore is now a plague ship

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By Chris DePew TideFans.com Staff Jan. 12, 2016 Everything and everybody said this was Vanderbilt’s year. After three straight years of NCAA Tournament misses, the Commodores were a trendy preseason Top 25 pick, a consensus top three pick in the SEC and a potential threat to Kentucky’s designs on back-to-back conference crowns. With virtually everyone […]

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This Week In The SEC: The force (finally) awakens at LSU

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LSU still has a modest record, but the Tigers have a chance to revive their at-large tournament hopes. They have five games against the league’s three ranked teams, beginning with tonight’s visit from No. 9 Kentucky, and also host No. 2 Oklahoma at the end of the month.

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SECCG wrap-up: Bama plays to its strengths, takes advantage of Gator errors

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SECCG wrap-up: Bama plays to its strengths, takes advantage of Gator errors

As gameplans go, the one Alabama used to defeat Florida for the 25th SEC championship in school history was stunningly simple: Alabama would use its defense to choke the life out of an anemic offense forced to work behind a thin, under-talented offensive line. Then the Crimson Tide would feed Florida a steady dose of Derrick Henry until the Gators wilted under the constant pressure.

Sometimes, gameplans don’t play out the way they’re put together on chalkboards. But this one did.

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SECCG Preview: Gators have the defense, but offense is offensive

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SECCG Preview: Gators have the defense, but offense is offensive

When Will Grier failed a test for performance-enhancing drugs after Florida’s sixth game of the season, the Gators were forced to turn to former starter Treon Harris.

Few people could have expected the results.

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Projected Depth Chart for Alabama vs. Florida

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This is not an official University of Alabama document. The depth chart is taken from individual practice and game observations, and is color-coded.

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