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Welcome to SEC Sports Smack:  Your site for Southeastern Conference news, game previews, game predictions, scores, schedules, standings, and links.

SEC:  Home of the Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers, Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Kentucky Wildcats, LSU Fighting Tigers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Ole Miss Rebels, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee Volunteers, Vanderbilt Commodores.

 

This site is for you, the SEC sports fanatic.  Within this site, you will find links to the latest news concerning SEC sports and the 12 universities that make up the SEC. 

Each team has its' own page.  The latest team news will be found there.  There, you will also find links to schedules, standings, game previews, game reviews, and stats.  Team message boards will be found at the bottom of each page.

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2003 - 2004 Bowl Schedule & Predictions

SEC East Out Of Conference Opponents:

SEC West Out of Conference Opponents

SEC Football:

In 2002, the Georgia Bulldogs won the conference title for the first time since 1982.  In doing so, the bulldogs shellacked a one dimensional Arkansas Razorbacks team in the SEC championship game.

This year, most prognosticators are picking the Auburn Tigers to win it all and end a near two decade long SEC championship drought.  In doing so, the Tigers/Plainsmen/War Eagles will have to get by an LSU club that has had two top 5 recruiting classes in the last 3 years, including the top class this year.

The Tennessee Vols and Florida Gators hope to rebound from sub par (by their standards) years.

The Kentucky Wildcats and Arkansas Razorbacks hope to continue their recent trend of playing tough in the toughest conference in America.

Ole Miss may have the most highly sought after college player this year in Eli Manning, but offers little help that would assist him in being named the best player in the land.

Mississippi State and Vanderbilt are rooted in their respective cellars.  At least the Commodores have not been accused of cheating their way to the bottom.  They have done it on their own.  Mississippi State, on the other hand, may be facing NCAA penalties in the near future.

South Carolina could be improved, and may make noise in the East.

Alabama will enter the season under the direction of their 3rd coach in the last couple of years.  Mike Shula inherits a squad with talent, but no numbers.  NCAA penalties will decimate this club in the next couple of years.  This may be Bama's last shot at a successful season for the next couple of years.

It appears that another great year is in the making in the SEC.

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7-30 Interviews from SEC Media Days

7-29 SEC chief sees end to probation

7-29 SEC Media Days Weblog

7-9 SEC Leads Other Conferences in Sports it Sponsors

7-5 SEC school jumping to ACC? What are the odds?

7-2 ACC expansion another challenge to troubled SEC

7-2 Broyles says SEC won't lose its status

7-1 SEC teams no longer such kind hosts

6-29 SEC thrives in slow economy

6-27 Cragg, Thomas Named 2002-2003 SEC Athletes of the Year

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2003 Coaches on the Hot Seat

College Football Coaches Poll

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2003 CNN/Sports Illustrated College Previews

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2003 Strength of Schedule Ratings

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