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SEC Previews and Predictions: Week 1

By Jess Nicholas TideFans.com Editor-In-Chief Aug. 31, 2016 Last season’s record: 84-27 (75.7%) Last season’s SEC previews generated a rather average won-loss record for the Predictions Dept., so we’re looking to get off to a stronger start this year and improve our batting average. As usual, the top game on the opening-week slate belongs to […]

Previews 2016: Arkansas, Auburn and LSU

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Previews 2016: Arkansas, Auburn and LSU

Arkansas has become a more dangerous team under Bret Bielema’s watch…Auburn may be winding down the Gus Malzahn era…This could be Miles’ swan song…

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2016 Previews: Rating the units of SEC teams

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2016 Previews: Rating the units of SEC teams

While college football might be a numbers game to some, putting objective numbers down to predict a team’s chances in the upcoming season can be a challenge – some say impossible.

The system we present to you tries to do the impossible. What follows is a ranking of every position group of every team in the SEC, and we try to make the results as objective as we can.

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TideFans.com’s preseason top 25 and SEC rankings

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TideFans.com’s preseason top 25 and SEC rankings

Projected 2016 SEC Standing and National Top 25 rankings

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This week in the SEC: Teams in the middle forever blowing bubble chances

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By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Feb. 23, 2016 A week ago, bubble banter was sprouting up across the SEC. The league seemed to be solidly on pace to at least match last year’s five NCAA tournament bids, and talk was building that the SEC could get six teams into March Madness for the first time […]

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Alabama 76, LSU 69: Tide polishes tournament resume on Career Night

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By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Feb. 17, 2016 In a game with the highest stakes so far this season, Alabama got career bests from Retin Obasohan (35 points) and Riley Norris (16 rebounds) to stretch its winning streak to five games with a 76-69 win at LSU. What did we learn today?: The path is […]

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Crimson Tide needs to stick to the slow lane in Baton Rouge

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By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Feb. 17, 2016 Where to watch: Alabama (15-9, 6-6 SEC) at LSU (16-9, 9-3) – 8 p.m. Central today, Pete Maravich Assembly Center, SEC Network. Who to watch: Retin Obasohan. Alabama has found ways to win lately even as its senior guard has cooled off from a stretch of five consecutive […]

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This week in the SEC: Alabama’s suddenly making bracket racket again

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By Chris DePew TideFans.com staff Feb. 16, 2016 March in Tuscaloosa used to mean more than spring football. When the NCAA tournament expanded in 1975 to include at-large teams for the first time, the Alabama Crimson Tide snagged a bid and started making itself at home. Bama returned the next spring and after a few […]

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

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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 […]

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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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