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When The World is Against You

Read to the END! So last night Simeon (my husband, for all you new readers) and I FaceTimed just so I could watch the end of the Broncos (NFL) game. I was at my parents and they didn’t have the channel it was airing on, so he flipped the phone towards the TV and I […]

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GSU preview: Alabama may face tougher task than some realize

One of the pitfalls in scheduling Division I-AA programs is that fans usually don’t know how to gauge those programs’ true strength. In the case of Georgia Southern, the Eagles have received a vote for the AP top 25 this week, and find themselves ranked in the top 100 in the BCS. This is not Georgia State of 2010, a program just getting started; this is a Division-IAA powerhouse that could win a national championship in its division.

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SEC bowl picture as muddy as ever

With just two weeks to go in the regular season – plus an SEC Championship Game that most doubt will be all that competitive – the 2011 SEC bowl picture is about as clear as chocolate buttermilk. Here’s an updated look at the SEC’s bowl possibilities, as of this week.

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MSU wrap-up: Alabama gets back to basics with win over Bulldogs

Rock band The Afters counts among its songs one titled “Never Going Back To OK.” Alabama did just that against Mississippi State and it was just what the doctor ordered. Aside from the running back tandem of Trent Richardson and Eddie Lacy, Alabama was mostly just OK. But Alabama’s OK is better than the best 10 other SEC teams have to offer.

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Jersey’s & Heels: a special edition

The most fashionable diva’s in college football fly to Cali
a big ACC match up in my home land, the Sunshine State
I share who’s at the top of my prayer list, (MUST READ)

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Tennessee wrap-up: Vols have a long, long way to go

For a game that was knotted 6-6 at the half, this one didn’t really feel close. The mood in the stadium at halftime was one of comfort. Fans knew that head coach Nick Saban was about to unleash a diatribe of cosmic proportions and solar intensity upon his team following a muddled effort from everyone not named Dont’a Hightower. Even Tennessee seemed to know its fate, and Alabama wasted no time in righting the ship in the third quarter.

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SEC previews and predictions: Week 8

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SEC previews and predictions: Week 8

Week 7 was another perfect week for the Predictions Dept. For Week 8, the number of big games is a small one. Both Auburn, which faces LSU, and Tennessee, which plays Alabama, are overmatched. Half the teams in the SEC are off this week, too, and the games that do appear on the slate are somewhat ho-hum in nature.

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Ole Miss wrap-up: No limit to how good this Alabama team can be

Alabama shrugged off yet another first-drive highlight to score 52 unanswered points and rout Ole Miss. It wasn’t a game between haves and have-nots; it was a game between a semi-pro juggernaut and a Rebel team that looked like it would have a hard time making the state playoffs in Class 4A.

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Jersey’s & Heels: SEC Pride & Humility

No one pays attention to the teams you are suppose to beat, until you loose to them. So Bama nation let’s make sure to never take a day in the SEC for granted! You never know what could happen! Now, I am not saying I think the Rebels have even a slight chance at winning […]

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Auburn case ends with 2 scenarios, 1 result

The NCAA closed its 13-month investigation into the Auburn program, officially on all fronts. There remains a cloud over players recruited through Willie Lyles, which tangentially involves some current Auburn players, but most of the trouble there seems to point to Oregon and maybe LSU.

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