Week one lived up to the hype of being the greatest opening weekend in college football history. Now that all the craziness has settled, what are some major takeaways from the first weekend of action?
There are upsets each week in the magical world of college football, and teams are even more susceptible to an upset in week one, before the team can establish a rhythm. Which SEC team should be on upset alert this week of football?
The Tennessee Volunteers are ranked in the AP Top 10 for the first time since 2005. Although a lot of fans have high expectations for the season, what team should the Vols be especially weary of this season?
After being ranked No. 1 just two short seasons ago, Mississippi State appears to have fallen on difficult times. Will they be able to continue their success or even make a bowl game?
After a successful 2015, Ole Miss has run into trouble with the NCAA regarding rules violations, which could derail their postseason aspirations. On the field, however, the team should continue their successful ways.
After three straight disappointing seasons, Kevin Sumlin finds himself on the hot seat in 2016. The Aggies have the talent, but will they finally be able to translate that into results?
With a massive amount of talent returning to Death Valley in 2016, the LSU Tigers will be one of the top teams in the nation and a serious contender for the College Football Playoff.
After failing to take Georgia to the next level, Mark Richt was fired and Kirby Smart was hired as his replacement. Smart inherits a very good Georgia team in 2016, but where will they end up in the SEC East?
After a solid first year under Head Coach Jim McElwain, Florida will look to continue to improve in 2016.
Today marked the tragic loss of a true Tennessee icon and sport legend Pat Summitt. She was a force for change and excellence, both on and off the court.