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NCAA SEC East 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Southeastern Conference East Division The SEC East looks fairly simple. At least at first glance. The Georgia Bulldogs are the top team. Still, a misstep here or there could result in a third-place finish for the team. The game versus Tennessee is a worry for Georgia. And Florida will be tough to beat. Georgia has a veteran QB and a tough as nails and smart wideout. Signal caller Matt Stafford is one of the best around, while RB Knowshon Mo More...

Florida Gators 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) SEC East The Gators head coach Urban Meyer has a three-year record of 31-8 with the club. Meyer is a smart coach who knows talent and how to develop it. He’s done a good job of trying to underpin the Gator’s weak defense. The team was 5-3 in the SEC and 9-4 overall. They played the Michigan Wolverines in the Capital One Bowl, giving up more than 500 offensive yards and losing 41-35. It’s tough to imagine a more complete player than Gator QB Tim More...

Georgia Bulldogs 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) SEC East The Georgia Bulldogs head coach, Mark Richt (72-18), has one of the best winning percentages of active coaches in NCAA Football. Look for Richt, who returns for his eighth season with the Dawgs, to continue that trend. In 2007, Georgia finished 6-2 in the SEC East and 11-2 overall, tying for first in the East Division of the SEC. Although the club has had to rebuild its offensive line, it returns an impressive core of point scorers. More...

Kentucy Wildcats 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) SEC East In five years at Kentucky, coach Rich Brooks is 25-35. Overall in 23 years as a head coach, he’s 116-144-4. Still, Brooks got the Wildcats into a post-season game in 2007. Although their SEC mark was a dismal 3-5, Kentucky earned an overall record of 8-5. Last season, this team gave up 38 sacks, which was the most in the SEC. The line is experienced and whoever the the starting quarterback is, he will possess fi More...

South Carolina Gamecocks 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) SEC East Coach Steve Spurrier, who was brought in three years ago to turn the South Carolina program around, continues to develop the school’s football team. Last season, it looked like the Gamecocks might earn a bowl berth but a five-game losing streak at the end of the season left them with a 6-6 mark overall and a 3-5 SEC record. This season the team may finally break through. The offensive line allowed 31 sacks last season. That has to change in 2008. A More...

Vanderbilt Commodores2008 Football season Preview: (August 2008) SEC East Head coach Bobby Johnson led the Commodores to a 5-7 grade overall and a 2-6 record in the SEC East in 2007. That earned the club sixth, also known as last, place in the East Division. Overall, Johnson in six years at Vandy is 20-50. However, prior to coming to the Commodores, he’s 60-36. He’s a good coach who is in search of fine talent. Vandy has had trouble putting points on the scoreboard. Last season they were 93rd in the country More...

Tennessee Volunteers 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) SEC East The Tennessee Volunteers’ Phillip Fulmer enters his 17th year as a head coach, all of which have been at that school. His record stands at 147-45 record. For 2008, Fulmer has brought in a new offensive coordinator—Dave Clawson. Clawson will introduce a complex system to the Vols, which will call for major adjustments by the team. Last season, the Vols did well, taking first in the East with a 6-2 SEC mark, while notching More...

NCAA Southeastern Conference West Division 2008 Football Season Preview : (August 2008) Southeastern Conference West Division There have been some imprtant coaching changes in this division with both Ole Miss and Arkansas bringing in new blood. Still, the West looks to be a tough three-way competition between last year’s National Champions—the LSU Tigers, the Auburn Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide. Can LSU take the SEC title again? They sure possess the talent, thanks partly to the fact that many of their veteran players elect More...

Alabama Crimson Tide 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) SEC West There’s no doubt that Alabama head coach Nick Saban knows how to recruit and coach. But despite the fact that he’s managed to bring in what is one of the best freshmen classes nationwide, his Alabama Crimson Tide, which finished 4-4 in the SEC and 7-6 overall last season, still as holes. Although the receiving unit lost some major contributors, this year the Tide welcomes freshman wideout Julio Jones. Jones possesses the verve and talent to m More...

Arkansas Razorbacks 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) SEC West The Razorbacks of Arkansas have a new man at the helm. Head coach Bobby Petrino comes to Hogland after guiding Louisville to a four-year mark of 41-9. Petrino loves to pass and slash, using the air and a split receiver look a lot and then churning out more yards on the ground. He’ll be looking to get Arkansas, which was 4-4 in the SEC and 8-5 overall, to the next level. The offense is questionable. The wide receivers are all first-time starters, More...

 

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