Tuesday, June 26, 2018

SEC Universe - Nick Saban, Chad Morris, Jeremy Pruitt, and more.


SEC Universe - Jun. 26, 2018 edition.


It's Too Late to Stop Now.

Ronald Evans looks at how Alabama head coach Nick Saban doesn't seem to be showing any signs of slowing down despite the fact he will be turning 67 this coming October (on Halloween, to be exact). (Bama Hammer)



Omaha, somewhere in Middle America.

First-year Arkansas head coach Chad Morris is in Omaha, Ne. supporting the Razorbacks baseball team as they compete against Oregon State in the College Baseball Series.  Game One of the series was postponed until Tuesday because of rain. (Whole Hog Sports)

Hog wild for running backs.

Tyler Davis looks at Arkansas' depth chart at running back. (HawgSports)

There's a possibility, but no chance. 

Bill Bender ponders whether first-year Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt will be able to lead the Volunteers to its first win against Alabama since 2006 when the two teams face off in Knoxville on Oct. 20. (The Sporting News)

(David) Reese's Pieces.

Robbie Andreu profiles Florida middle linebacker David Reese. (The Gainesville Sun)

I've got a little list, I've got a little list. 

Josh Vitale looks at Auburn's 2018 college football schedule, and ranks each game by its level of importance. Do you even need to be told that the traditional regular season-ending showdown against Alabama (this season in Tuscaloosa on Nov. 26 comes in at no. 1? Or that the Tigers' road trip Georgia on Nov. 11 is no. 2? (The Opelika-Auburn News)

Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes? 

While he's at it, Vitale places former Auburn RB Kerryon Johnson (drafted by the Detroit Lions last spring) at the top of his list of players who departed the program rolling the end of the 2017 season that will be the hardest to replace. (The Opelika-Auburn News)

Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? 

Cy Brown has his own list ranking Georgia's top ten assistant coaches. Offensive line coach Sam Pittman is the top Dawg at no. 1. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Walker on the Wild Side. 

Alistair Penny profiles Georgia outside linebacker D'Andre Walker. (Dawn of the Dawg)

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