Kirby Smart told 4-star Master W. Teague III he was similar to Nick Chubb in some ways
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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Spring is in the air at the University of Alabama, and while that means baseball, softball and a bunch of other sports, football again will take center stage when the Crimson Tide begin practices Tuesday. While like usual that means position battles and tweaking the offensive and defensive schemes, which always seem […] The post Alabama football: Sorting through questions before Crimson Tide’s spring practice begins appeared first on SEC Country.
One South Carolina fan has a recommendation for what to do with your bracket after the Gamecocks upset Duke in the NCAA Tournament: eat it. South Carolina surprised plenty of people by beating the Blue Devils 88-81 on Sunday. The Gamecocks effectively busted the majority of the country’s brackets. So one guy says college basketball fans should just have those […] The post WATCH: South Carolina fan eats ‘bracket’ after Gamecocks upset Duke appeared first on SEC Country.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — For junior running back Caleb Kinlaw, it’s been a long, winding road back home to the state of South Carolina. Kinlaw, a 3-star recruit out of Goose Creek (S.C.) High School, spent two seasons at Wisconsin before his transfer to Pearl River Community College in 2016. After redshirting in 2014, Kinlaw played in one game […] The post Transfer running back Caleb Kinlaw settling in at South Carolina appeared first on SEC Country.
The best women’s gymnastics squads and individual performers in the country have earned the reward they’ve waited for all season: A chance to compete in the 2017 NCAA Gymnastics Championships. Eight SEC teams were among the 36 schools to qualify for regional competition on Monday: LSU, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, Auburn and Arkansas. All regional […] The post 2017 NCAA Gymnastics Championships: Schedule, regional matchups set for 36-team bracket appeared first on SEC Country.
If anyone saw this coming, it was Frank Martin. The South Carolina coach has been one of SEC basketball’s biggest advocates for years now. But for the league’s perception to take a next step, more programs needed to emerge. Enter South Carolina. In one fell swoop, Martin’s South Carolina team knocked off one of the […] The post South Carolina’s upset win over Duke helps shift perception of SEC basketball appeared first on SEC Country.
Maurice Hampton‘s tour through SEC West schools this spring was all about finding the right fit. It turns out, his final stop — which just happened to be the same as his where it all started last July — just happened to provide the 4-star cornerback with the feeling that he was searching for. Hampton, […] The post After tour of SEC schools, only LSU reminds Maurice Hampton of home appeared first on SEC Country.
Former Arkansas Razorbacks RB Knile Davis will have a new NFL team in 2017. The Pittsburgh Steelers signed Davis to a one-year deal, the team announced Monday. Pen to paper. #official pic.twitter.com/1lyz6q3wvw — Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) March 20, 2017 The Kansas City Chiefs traded Davis to the Packers in October, but Green Bay released him after two games. […] The post Steelers sign former Arkansas Razorbacks RB Knile Davis to 1-year deal appeared first on SEC Country.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida’s quarterback battle this spring is centered around Feleipe Franks and Kyle Trask, and for good reason. They’re the only healthy returning quarterbacks on the Gators roster, and one of them will likely start the season opener against Michigan on Sept. 3. However, these redshirt freshmen will have additional competition in fall camp. […] The post Once healthy, can Florida QB Luke Del Rio win back his starting job? appeared first on SEC Country.
When an underdog tries to motivate itself, it often whips out the refrain, “Why not us?” Then there’s Georgia, where the same refrain applies, but more in this context: “Seriously, why not us, what’s the problem?” There are five different SEC programs that have won a total of 11 national championships over the past two […] The post State of the Georgia football program entering 2017 spring practices appeared first on SEC Country.