I start with a very simple statement SEC football fans are generally going to agree with: College football really needs to be played this year.
A lot of the conflict in the college sports community can be found in online clashes between sportswriters who keep writing with a lot of caution (at best) and negativity (at worst) about playing college […]
The decision to have SEC Media Days in a virtual format will elicit all sorts of reactions from the SEC community.
Professional basketball and Major League Baseball — on an immediate level — have nothing to do with SEC sports. Yet, it is hard to ignore the distinctly different paths being carved out by these two […]
Vanderbilt picked up a couple of commitments towards their recruiting group of 2021 this week as the ‘Dores look to continue to improve their outlook under head coach Derek Mason.
The most important word in the title of this story is “football,” not because SEC football is more important than public health, but because it is its own separate consideration.
We are slowly getting more and more of an understanding of what needs to be done to carry college sports through a pandemic, but please emphasize the word “slowly.” Full understanding won’t immediately arrive.
Yes, Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, and Georgia are the teams most likely to be in the mix for the College Football Playoff and national championship at season’s end, provided that we are able to go […]
Student-Athletes Given Opportunity to Engage in Strength & Conditioning Activities That Can Be Effectively Monitored and Performed While Social Distancing.
Inside are the 2018-19 SEC football academic progress rates. The NCAA released the Academic Progress rates for the 2018-19 school year today. In the SEC a Ole Miss led the way (997) followed by Alabama […]