Found July 20, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Jordan Jefferson
Alabama and LSU once again look like the class of the SEC. (Getty) According to the website Beyond the Bets, for the first time ever all 124 college football team win totals have been released for the 2012 season courtesy of 5Dimes. I decided to have a little fun with it and go through all six BCS conferences to give you the over/under of each team, and to let you know hypothetically which way to place your bets. We’ll start with the Southeastern Conference. Alabama Over: 10 (-155) Under: 10 (+115) Probable Wins: vs. Michigan (Arlington, TX), vs. Western Kentucky, vs. Florida Atlantic, vs. Ole Miss, at. Missouri, at. Tennessee, vs. Mississippi State, vs. Texas A&M, vs. Western Carolina, vs. Auburn Probable Losses: None Toss-ups: at. Arkansas, at LSU The Bet: Over This is one I would probably stay away from. 10 is a big number, but I think Alabama can get to 11 wins this season. The one slip-up I see on the radar is the road trip to Baton Rouge in November. But, I also would not ...

Zach Mettenberger is a guy to keep an eye on this season

The LSU Tigers have had their ups and downs with quarterbacks over the last few seasons. Tiger fans have called for Jarrett Lee’s head after he had a horrible start to his career, then they called for Jordan Jefferson’s head after he allegedly curb-stomped a guy outside of a Baton Rouge bar. Then the BCS Championship game took place and Tiger fans were just utterly befuddled...

Mo Isom is still going to try out for the LSU Football team

Exactly 33 days until my final tryout for the LSU Football team. I would appreciate yalls continued prayers for health, preparation & favor! — Mo Isom (@MoIsom89) July 19, 2012 Mo Isom has already tried out to be a kicker on the LSU Football team once and now she is going to try it in exactly 33 days again per her Twitter account. This sounds like a person who is...
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