Thursday, June 21, 2018

SEC Universe - Jake Fromm, Derek Dooley, Lamont Gallard, and more.


SEC Universe - SEC news and notes, June 21, 2018 edition




Eyes on the Prize.

Creg Stephenson looks at the SEC's prospects for the 2019 Heisman Trophy. The list includes Georgia starting quarterback Jake Fromm, Alabama QB's Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts, and Auburn QB Jarrett Stidham. (al.com)

Sudden Impact.

Michael Casagrande looks the what affect the newest additions to Alabama's coaching staff has had on its no. 1 ranked 2019 recruiting class. (al.com)

Dooley noted.

Dave Matter explains how first year Missouri offensive coordinator Derek Dooley was able to convince three-star QB prospect Connor Bazelak to verbally commit to Mizzou. (The St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Journey to the Center of the (Football) Universe.

Georgia's Lamont Galliard is the highest-ranked SEC center on Joseph Broback's rankings of the top 15 centers in college football. Galliard comes in at no. 2. Texas A&M's Eric McCoy is ranked third, and Florida's T.J. McCoy is at no. 13. (WSAU)

So you think you've got it tough?

Pat Dooley ranks the top five toughest three-game stretches in the SEC for 2018. Arkansas lands the no. 1 spot, with a triple threat beginning  on the road at Auburn (Sept. 22), then facing Texas A&M at  AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tx. (Sept. 29), then finally coming home to host Alabama (Oct. 6). Tennessee, Mississippi State, LSU, and Florida round out the list. (The Gainesville Sun)

I see the future, and it will be.

Connor O'Cara predicts what players will be tapped to represent their respective school at the 2018 SEC Media Days (July 16-19, Atlanta. Ga.). (Saturday Down South)

Good Day, Sunshine. 

Members of the Georgia football team paid a visit to Camp Sunshine, a summer camp for children battling cancer and their families. (Dawg Nation)

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