2016 SEC East Preview

Unbelievably, it has been since 2008 since a team from the SEC East has brought home a conference championship. Despite the recent rise of former powers like Florida and Tennessee, it remains questionable as to whether one of these programs will be able to slay one of the giants from the west (likely Alabama or […]

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2015 SEC East preview

For six consecutive seasons now, the SEC East champion has failed to capture the conference championship in Atlanta. If the east is going to shake its “little brother of the SEC” image, then it’s time for one of these programs to step it up. The division is certainly as wide open as it has ever […]

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Mizzou re-captures SEC East crown

A crowd of over 71,000 pushed post-Thanksgiving plans to the side and decided, instead, to fill Faurot Field to capacity Friday afternoon. They would not leave disappointed as Missouri overcame a 14-6 third quarter deficit to hold off the upstart Arkansas Razorbacks on a sunny and unseasonably warm day in Columbia. National respect may have […]

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Mizzou Must Take Advantage of Golden Opportunity

For the third time in four tries, The Missouri Tigers escaped prodigious Kyle Field with a victory as the Missouri running game overwhelmed the Texas A&M Aggies on a wet and cold night in College Station. Mizzou’s path to a second straight SEC East Championship is now very clear: beat Tenessee and Arkansas and bags […]

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