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Previews 2017: Florida, Georgia and Kentucky

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Previews 2017: Florida, Georgia and Kentucky

There is much disagreement over the potential future of the Kentucky Wildcats, perhaps much of it surrounding a coaching staff that still is trying to prove itself. Mark Stoops has certainly recruited well enough to win games here, and Kentucky’s position relative to its SEC East peers in regards to talent and experience within the various position units would suggest this could be the surprise team of the division. But it’s still Kentucky. And until the Wildcats actually prove it on the field, no one is giving them the benefit of the doubt.

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Previews 2017: Top 25 and projected SEC standings

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Previews 2017: Top 25 and projected SEC standings

Projected 2017 SEC standings and Preseason Top 25. Once again, the biggest challenges will come in conference title games, playoffs.

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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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Bama 74, Notre Dame 73: Crimson Tide scorches nets to claim another upset

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Bama 74, Notre Dame 73: Crimson Tide scorches nets to claim another upset

Alabama is leaving the Magic Kingdom on a high after finding a magical shooting touch. The Crimson Tide shot a season-high 54.4 percent from the floor and got a game-winning layup from Retin Obasohan with eight seconds left to stun No. 17 Notre Dame 74-73 in the fifth-place game of the AdvoCare Invitational at Walt Disney World.

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Bama hoops try to ride the wave after Wichita win

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How effective Bama is in the paint. Notre Dame has 6-foot-10 center Zach Auguste to guard the basket but he got burned more than once in Friday’s win over Iowa. In the Irish’s stunning quarterfinals loss, Monmouth guard Justin Robinson scored 14 of his 22 points at the free throw line after getting repeatedly fouled on drives to the basket. That’s a strategy Dazon Ingram has already successfully used for Bama.

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Off-week analysis: Is this the year Alabama gets caught outside, looking in?

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By Jess Nicholas TideFans.com Editor-In-Chief Nov. 1, 2015 For the Alabama fans who couldn’t bear to do the unthinkable – cheer for Auburn to win a football game – the Tigers’ loss to Ole Miss was a bittersweet sigh of relief. Alabama needs Ole Miss to lose once more if the Crimson Tide aims to […]

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GAME GUIDE | GAMES ON TV | October 16-17, 2015

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GAME GUIDE | GAMES ON TV | October 16-17, 2015

Listing of college football games on TV on October 16-17

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Game Guide | Games on TV | Sept 24-26, 2015

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Game Guide | Games on TV | Sept 24-26, 2015

VISITOR HOME Time CT Network (Channel Guide) Thursday, September 24th Cincinnati Memphis 6:30 PM ESPN / WatchESPN Friday, September 25th Boise State Virginia 7:00 PM ESPN / WatchESPN Stanford Oregon State 9:00 PM FS1 Saturday, September 26th Bowling Green Purdue 11:00 AM BTN BYU Michigan 11:00 AM ABC / espn3 Central Michigan Michigan State 11:00 […]

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From Polls to Playoff, Part 2: The System Breaks

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From Polls to Playoff, Part 2: The System Breaks

Beginning in 1936, the Associated Press ranked the nation’s top twenty football teams and awarded a national championship at the end of the regular season. Although bowl games (usually somewhere between five and seven) existed in these early days, the bowls were not taken into account when determining the national champion. There were several reasons the bowls were not included, including maintaining the amateur emphasis of college football, the fact the bowls were exhibitions, and the fact that most schools or conferences attempted to share the wealth by forbidding teams from attending the same bowl game in consecutive years.

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