Dec 3, 2011; Atlanta, GA, USA; A general view of the SEC logo at mid-field after the 2011 SEC championship game between the LSU Tigers and Georgia Bulldogs at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Weekly Walk Around The SEC

From Yahoo Sports



This is, without question, a bit of a cop out. But the Big 12 is hard to figure out.

The conference should produce one top team capable of giving the SEC a run for the BCS title. It’s just hard to single out one from what should be a very competitive Big 12.

Let’s start with the biggest long shot first. Call us crazy, but we really like the way Baylor entered the offseason.


From ESPN 

It’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t have two-time defending national champion Alabama pegged as the No. 1 team going into the 2013 season.

College football analyst Phil Steele projects the Associated Press’ preseason Top 25 each year, and like everyone else, he expects the Crimson Tide to be atop the AP poll that comes out in August.


From USA Today

Kentucky’s incoming recruiting class is easily the best in the nation, and arguably the greatest class ever assembled. The Wildcats will likely be preseason No. 1 in every college basketball poll. So a year after Louisville followed Kentucky by winning the title, Kentucky will be the favorite to win it again.


From Rant Sports

The Georgia Bulldogs have their sights set on big things in 2013. They want to get over the hump and win the SEC title before ultimately going on to win the BCS National Championship. They figured to have a great shot at doing so thanks to the strength of their offense which returned every starter and several key backups for next season. But after a mediocre showing in the spring game, should Georgia worry about their big plans next fall?


From Bama Hammer

A vital part to the Alabama Crimson Tide’s basketball team announced on Tuesday that he will not be returning to Tuscaloosa next season. Gueye told‘s Don Kausler that he plans to transfer at the end of the spring semester.



Former Auburn defensive back Mike McNeil was sentenced to serve at least three years in prison Monday after pleading guilty to first-degree robbery for an incident his attorney characterized as “possibly a prank.”

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