Ranking the SEC trips by stadium, gameday & surrounding atmosphere

Every SEC town has something to offer! It could be the shear size or look and feel of their stadium, the gameday experience, or the surrounding atmosphere of the town itself. We will be taking all those factors into consideration when ranking each SEC trip for opposing fans to make. So, without further ado, here […]

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What is the best restaurant in each of the 14 SEC towns?

When you think of the SEC, you think football of course, but you also think of sweet southern comfort and down home cookin’! We will take you through each of the 14 SEC towns from Oxford, to Nashville, to Baton Rouge, to Athens, and all throughout the Southeastern conference. When we can travel to football […]

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What would conference realignment for the SEC look like?

Why not have a little fun while we wait for the college football season to start? A lot of us wonder if they’ll really be able to start the season and if they do, will they be able to complete it. So, we thought we would take a look at conference realignment for the SEC […]

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SEC football uniform rankings

College football has gone crazy about uniforms. Many schools use social media to announce what combination they are wearing for each game, while others maintain the same classic look for decades.

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SEC Bowl Bonanza

As if the idea of college football being just a little SEC-centric hadn’t been perpetuated enough, the conference went and produced a record 12 bowl-eligible teams in 2014. In fact, all seven teams in the SEC West earned their way to bowl eligibility and the league’s champion (Alabama) will be representing the conference in the […]

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CFB Primer: The Week the Polls Dropped Out

The polls have been pretty fluid this college football season without so much emphasis being put on the number one spot. Teams have dropped from the teens to unranked after a loss, and they have gone from unranked to prime position after an impressive win. It would be easy to say that voters are overreacting […]

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