A (Wednesday) look at what's happening around the Southeastern Conference.
Texas A&M and its new athletic director Eric Hyman (you remember him, right?) will not get to tip-toe into the SEC. The threat of Hurricane Isaac forced the postponement of what would have been the Aggies' opening game vs. Louisiana Tech on Thursday night. That game will now be played on Oct. 13, meaning TAMU’s first game as a member of the conference will be against Florida on Sept. 8.
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Here’s what the LSU secondary will look like without Tyrann Mathieu – younger. There’s still plenty of talent, though.
A former Nick Saban assistant is trying to bring some Alabama to one of its most hated rivals. Sal Sunseri will make his debut as Tennessee’s defensive coordinator. The highlight of this story? He’s a screamer.
It doesn’t concern South Carolina anymore now that this game has been moved deeper into the season, but doesn’t it feel like Georgia is making these potential defensive suspensions a lot harder than they should be? Here’s the explanation, which makes little sense to me.