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The SEC wasn't exactly up to scratch last week. Tennessee reminded us how poor the bottom of the conference actually is, while Arkansas reminded us that if they are truly 'back', they'd better beat superpowers like Rutgers.....which they didn't but should have. Anyway, on the slate today are exciting match-ups between LSU and Georgia, Alabama and Ole Miss, and a tricky one for Texas A&M (who can't stop the run) against Arkansas. So here we go... LSU at UGA There's usually fireworks when these two play each other - which is why Les Miles and Mark Richt are 4-4 in the last eight meetings Read more [...]
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The way Les Miles claps is quite unique. It’s the way you expect your two-year-old would when they drop a deuce for the very first time. What if I told you that he believes this is the safest way one…Read more →
The ESPN College GameDay crew was in Athens, GA for Week 5′s high-stakes battle between two SEC heavyweights and a pair of national title contenders—the ninth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs (2-1) and sixth-ranked LSU Tigers (4-0). Without further adieu, let’s take a look at the best signs from the show, including some that didn’t make it on air. [RELATED: College Football Week...
It looks like the LSU Tigers will be seeing red this Saturday in Athens. Bulldogs coach Mark Richt took to Twitter yesterday to let his fan base know about the “red out”. The two schools square off in what should be the most competitive game this weekend – both are ranked in the top ten.
Our boys practiced hard yesterday. We are wearing Red jerseys Saturday. To show the unity...
LSU head coach Les Miles has always had a very awkward clap, and now he explains the reasoning behind it. The Mad Hatter is, in fact, still mad.
Georgia is pulling out all the stops ahead of this Saturday’s huge home matchup against LSU. ESPN’s College GameDay will be on-hand. Mark Richt has announced a “red out” for fans. And now, the school has released a three-minute promo about the UGA program, entitled “Awaken The Nation”. It’s sure to get Georgia fans riled up before tomorrow night – just in case they...
LSU's Mad Hatter, Les Miles, has reason to be worried about playing in Sanford Stadium on Saturday. The Georgia Joker and the Spike Squad are comin' for him.
ATHENS – Georgia coach Mark Richt has no plans to add unnecessary hype before his No. 9 Bulldogs host No. 6 LSU on Saturday.
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. All your crystal football are belong to us.
The total package?
Rece Davis declares Ole Miss "the most complete team" on Alabama's schedule so far this season. The Tide face the Rebel Black Bears tomorrow. (ESPN)
Dee Dee Bonner, discusses son and Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron's relationship...
After a trip to the home of the King of the FCS last week, visiting North Dakota State in Fargo, ESPN’s College GameDay show is back to the big leagues. No. 6 LSU travels to Athens to take on the No. 9 Georgia Bulldogs, and ESPN’s top crew didn’t want to miss it.
Naturally, this game between two top-10 SEC teams has huge implications, particularly for Georgia, which is looking...
Seven SEC teams are ranked among the nation’s Top 25, including four in the Top 10, but either LSU or Georgia will slip in the upcoming Associated Press college football poll.
The ninth-ranked Bulldogs (2-1, 1-0 SEC) host No. 6 LSU at Sanford Stadium in Athens, and Georgia is laying -3 to the Tigers (4-0, 1-0 SEC), according to most sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.
Georgia coach Mark Richt knew that Justin Houston had all the physical tools to be a smashing NFL success. The young linebacker just needed to screw his head on straight.
Well, now it's bolted on in such a way that his eyes are focused right on the quarterback.
The never-stop motor of the Kansas City defense, Houston has already piled up 7 1/2 sacks through the first three...