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Athletic Department Makes It Official: Sumlin Is Our Man

Texas A&M officially hired Kevin Sumlin as their new head football coach.

"Don't Mess With Texas": Why Snagging the Longhorns is Critical if the SEC is to Survive Big Ten Expansion

Big Ten expansion may force the SEC to bring in new teams in order to keep up financially. Dawg Sports looks at the landscape and concludes that, history and rivalries aside, the SEC really has no choice but to do whatever it takes to snag the Texas Longhorns.

As Mark Richt Turns 50, the Georgia Bulldogs Turn a Corner

Today should have been a holiday in Bulldog Nation: Georgia head football coach Mark Richt turned 50. Dawg Sports explains why the Red and Black skipper's landmark birthday marks a positive development for Georgia athletics.

Team Speed Kills Concludes "Appreciation" Series on SEC Seniors

The nine-part series on departing upperclassmen did not---repeat, did not---include a posting entitled "An Appreciation: Joe Cox." If you ask me, we dodged a bullet on that one. Go 'Dawgs!

Quality and Quantity: A Look at the Georgia Bulldogs' Non-Conference Record

How far do the Georgia Bulldogs lag behind such fellow SEC powerhouses as the Florida Gators and the LSU Tigers? Not as far as you might think. Dawg Sports looks at the three programs' SEC and out-of-conference records.

Track 'Em Tigers Presents SEC Decade in Review

Note the top three teams in the conference standings for the last ten years: In SEC play: Florida - 64-20 (.761) LSU - 58-26 (.690) Georgia - 57-26 (.686) Overall: Florida - 100-30 (.769) LSU - 99-31 (.762) Georgia - 98-31 (.760) That's not an accurate snapshot of where teams are right now---certainly, Alabama has recovered fully from a string of bad decisions to hire guys named "Mike"---but it does offer some hint of the Bulldogs' consistency. Go 'Dawgs!

$30,000 and no Brandon Spikes

That's the final damage tally for the Gators following the Georgia game.

There's teams in this league that can play in any league. But once again, standing up here saying...

There's teams in this league that can play in any league. But once again, standing up here saying it is one thing, but you have to go do it. That's one thing about the game of football: you're judged solely on wins and losses. The hype is gone. [The SEC has] had a couple National Championships in the last few years, and as I said, I think there's been a few more guys drafted out of that league than our league, so people try to compare that. But I don't personally -- I think the other thing, too, if you go back and look, it kind of runs in cycles. A few years ago Miami was on top of the world. A couple years before that Florida State was on top of the world. It kind of runs in cycles like that.

Ron Zook (On SEC Supremacy, Big Ten Football Media Days 2009)

A year in the life ...

A Kentucky Wildcat blogger's first-year recap.

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