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SEC Recruiting Notebook: Under Armour Game Shows SEC’s Recruiting Dominance

sec-recruiting-notebook-gfxSEC hats were easy to find during the Under Armour All-American Game in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Thursday.

Five of the seven prospects who announced their college decisions during the game chose an SEC school.

LSU led the way by landing commitments from safety Jamal Adams from Lewisville, Texas, and running back Leonard Fournette from New Orleans.

The day could have been better for LSU. The Tigers missed out on defensive back Tony Brown (Alabama) from Beaumont, Texas, and receiver Speedy Noil (Texas A&M) and defensive lineman Gerald Willis III (Florida) from Edna Karr High School in New Orleans.

The two prospects who chose non-SEC schools: cornerback Jalen Tabor from Washington, D.C., chose Arizona and receiver Travis Rudolph from West Palm Beach, Fla., picked Florida State.

Fournette was the biggest get for LSU. The nation’s No. 1 prospect according to ESPN chose the Tigers over rival Alabama.

“I chose LSU because I felt home there,” Fournette said. “I have a great relationship with both coaches, coach (Les) Miles and coach Frank (Wilson). The decision was made (Wednesday) when I was talking to my parents late at night about what school I wanted to attend. I was kind of going back and forth, so at the end of the day I prayed on it and I woke up and I felt that LSU was going to be the place for me.”

Expectations will be high when Fournette arrives in Baton Rouge. That’s fine with him. Fournette told ESPN he hopes to win a national championship and the Heisman Trophy as a freshman at LSU.

“I know that’s a lot to say, but I can handle the pressure,” Fournette said.

The SEC will be plenty to handle as the conference continues to bring in more talent. Of the 91 committed prospects playing in the Under Armour All-American game, 42 have chosen SEC schools. The ACC has the second most commitments with 17.

The SEC’s depth of recruiting talent is still growing. The league has nine of the top 15 classes for 2014, according to Rivals. The ACC has three of the top 15. The Big Ten has one.

LSU will continue to be a school to watch on the recruiting trail. The Tigers are targeting several highly-touted prospects, including receiver Malachi Dupre from New Orleans and cornerback Adoree’ Jackson from Gardena, Calif.

LSU has Rivals’ sixth-ranked class in the nation. Still, the Tigers would be in better position if they had landed more prospects on Thursday.

The decisions by Noil and Willis to leave the state surely hurt the Tigers’ recruiting effort.

“It felt like home when I went on my official visit (to Texas A&M),” Noil explained of his decision. “I look forward to taking my talents to A&M.”

Willis’ mother, April Justin, wanted her son’s talent to be on display at LSU. Justin, who voiced her displeasure when son Landon Collins chose Alabama in 2012, made it clear she didn’t agree with Willis’ decision to choose Florida.

“LSU’s still No. 1,” Justin said on ESPN.

Alabama is still No. 1 in recruiting. Brown’s commitment will only help as the Crimson Tide attempts to finish with the top-ranked signing class for the sixth time in seven years.

Roll Tide, roll,” Brown said.


White continues to impress

Auburn quarterback commit Sean White took home MVP honors from the Under Armour game.

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SEC Headlines 12/27/2013

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1. Another speeding ticket for South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.  Was going 84 mph in a 55 mph zone.

2. Steve Spurrier on Clowney: “He needs to go to driving school doesn’t he?”

3. Will suspensions for safety Josh Harvey-Clemons and cornerback Sheldon Dawson carry over to the 2014 season at Georgia?  Coach Mark Richt won’t say.

4. What will new offensive coordinator Kurt Roper bring to Florida?  Expect a fast-paced offense.

4. Quarterback Will Grier is a Florida commit – spent two summer camps with Roper at Duke.

5. Gus Malzahn doesn’t want a repeat of Auburn’s slow start from the last time the Tigers battled for a national title. “Hopefully we can learn from that experience, and get off to a faster start.”

6. Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee on coaching quarterback Nick Marshall: “There was no ego, there was no laziness, he wants to work hard…”

7. Is wide receiver Sammie Coates one of the keys to Auburn beating Florida State?

8. Florida State receiver has advice for Auburn’s defense: “I’d be more of a zone guy to try to cover us.”

9. Nick Saban on former Alabama assistant and current Florida State defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt: “Doesn’t surprise me at all that he’s doing extremely well there with their defensive players because he did a fantastic job here.”

10. The appearance by Dick Butkus at Alabama’s team banquet made linebacker C.J. Mosley’s parents happy.  They grew up in Chicago.

11. Alabama, Oklahoma and the star power of the 1962 Orange Bowl. It included President John F. Kennedy.

12. Only once in the past eight games did South Carolina’s defense allow a 100-yard receiver – happened against Tennessee and Marquez North.

13. Oklahoma native and Missouri wide receiver Levi Copelin will see some familiar faces when the Tigers face Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl.

14. Tigers also have plenty of Texas natives excited to be coming home.

15. Ole Miss is in Nashville for practice.  Players will board a boat and eat ribs after practice.

16. Iowa preparing for trick plays from LSU and coach Les Miles. Another wildcard for the Hawkeyes – LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings.

17. Did LSU and Iowa players really combine to eat more than 5,000 pounds of food at Outback? (Simple math suggests not likely).

SEC History and Traditions

18. When was the last time the SEC didn’t win the BCS Championship? “Johnny Manziel had just turned 13 years old. Jameis Winston was about to celebrate his 12th birthday. Tim Tebow had yet to play a down in college.”

19. Tennessee – Florida and Steve Spurrier’s last home game in the Swamp back in 2001.

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20. Breaking down the Kentucky-Louisville matchup. Who runs a better athletic department - Kentucky’s Mitch Barnhart or Louisville’s Tom Jurich?

21. Is Kentucky still a national title contender?


22. Sad story. Bobby Bowden’s grandson killed in one-car accident. Second Bowden grandson to die in a car accident.

23. Former Tennessee and current Washington defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox reportedy taking the same job at Southern Cal.

24. Budget hotel rooms in New Jersey will cost about a $1,000 a night for the Super Bowl.

24. It’s good to be Michael Jordan.  Hasn’t played basketball in over 10 years – makes about $80 million a year.

26. New York Times: ESPN has received about $260 million in state tax breaks and credits over the past 12 years.

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SEC Headlines 12/15/2013

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1. Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron finishes second in the Heisman Trophy voting behind Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston. ”It’s awesome, just a dream come true.” Breakdown of the vote.

2. Auburn’s Tre Mason finished sixth in the voting.

3. Jameis Winston thanks Auburn receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator Dameyune Craig for helping recruit him to Florida State.

4. What will Johnny Manziel’s legacy be at Texas A&M?  ”Manziel will be remembered as the player that brought Texas A&M football back into the spotlight and gave the program a national identity.”

5. So will Johnny Football jump to the NFL? He’s not tipping his hand. “I don’t really see any problems in my life right now.”

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6. Back to the practice field Monday for Auburn as Tigers begin prep for BCS National Championship Game.

7. Mississippi State has already had two bowl practices.  Quarterback Dak Prescott says he’s feeling good.

8. What Barry Switzer told Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops about playing Alabama: “You had the worst draw of everybody for bowl games.”

9. One of the keys to turning around Missouri this year?  Offensive coordinator Josh Henson. Helped “meld the Tigers’ spread offense with a few power ideas helpful for competing in the SEC.”

10. Georgia tight end Jay Rome won’t play in the bowl game.  Been bothered with a foot injury. Bulldogs worked out Saturday in a steady downpour.

11. Defensive lineman Za’Darius Smith will return for his senior season at Kentucky.  Wide receiver Daryl Collins will transfer.

12. What’s in store at the tight end position for Florida in 2014?

13. South Carolina is about 1,000 tickets ahead of its 2012 pace in selling bowl game tickets.

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14. McDonad’s All-American Chris Walker has been cleared to begin practicing immediately with the Florida Gators.

15. What to make of Kentucky’s season thus far?  ”Impossible to ignore the fact that this Wildcats team has played three games against very good teams this season, and it has lost all three.”

16. Marshall Henderson scores 15 point in the Ole Miss victory over Middle Tennessee including a shot that bounced off two defenders.

17, As undefeated Missouri goes up against Western Michigan tonight, junior guard Jabari Brown has stepped up his game. Is this Mizzou team more mature than last year’s version?

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SEC Headlines 12/14/2013

headlines-saturdayHeisman Trophy Candidates

1. Late Heisman push?  Former Alabama quarterback Jay Barker on AJ McCarron’s chances:  ”We’ve seen it before where a lot of times the Maxwell Award lines right up with the Heisman Trophy.”

2. Did you know?  The father of Auburn running back Tre Mason is one part of the group De La Soul.

3. Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston and his high school coach reached out to Texas numerous times during his recruiting process.  They never returned the calls.

4. This projection has Winston winning the award in a landslide. Are 112 Heisman voters really in danger of losing their vote?

5. 2012 Heisman winner Johnny Manziel on the BCS title game: “I’m SEC biased, so I’m rooting for my conference and Auburn, but Florida State is a great team. I think it really is a tossup.”

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6. With Nick Saban getting a raise at Alabama, who will Texas target if Mack Brown departs? Jeremy Fowler says Vanderbilt coach James Franklin is one who could potentially thrive in Austin.

7. All-SEC defensive end Bud Dupree will return for his senior season at Kentucky.   Sophomore tailback Dyshawn Mobley is transferring.

8. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn says it’s just a matter of time before offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee becomes a head coach somwhere:  ”He’ll be a head coach at this level. It’s just a matter of when…”

9. Ticket prices going up at LSU.  A.D. Joe Alleva: “I know there’s a lot of talk and discussion about the SEC network, however, we don’t have any idea of how much money that is going to generate.”

10. Report cards handed out for the 2013 South Carolina team. Highest marks given to pass offense and rush defense.

11. Vanderbilt’s bowl game in Birmingham means a homecoming for 10 Alabama natives.

12. Mississippi State sells out its allotment of Liberty Bowl tickets – another batch on the way.

13. How did the newcomers fair at Tennessee in 2013?

14. What will Florida look like at wide receiver in 2014?

15. The Sporting News All-SEC Team.

16. Bernie Miklasz: “The SEC is a wonderful substitute for bad NFL football — or no NFL football.”

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SEC Headlines 12/9/2013

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1. The SEC is looking to end the BCS era with eight consecutive titles. It’s up to Florida State to stop the SEC’s streak.

2. It looks like the BCS got things right this year, writes Adam Rittenberg.

3. Bill Hancock certainly agrees. The executive of director of the BCS was confident the best two teams would play for the title.

4. It was a “miraculous” turnaround for Auburn after a disastrous 3-9 season in 2012.

5. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn discussed the Tigers’ invitation to play for the BCS championship.

6. The last time the SEC didn’t win the BCS championship…

7. Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher will be facing his former employer when he takes on Auburn.

SEC Bowl Matchups

8. Here’s a look at the full bowl schedule. The bowl season will kickoff on Dec. 21.

9. Alabama will take on Oklahoma in the 80th Sugar Bowl.

10. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops called Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron the “best player in the country.”

11. LSU will play Iowa in the Outback Bowl on New Year’s Day.

12. LSU will get a look at its future quarterback when freshman Anthony Jennings starts for injured Zach Mettenberger.

13. Ole Miss is headed to the Music City Bowl. The Rebels will play Georgia Tech on Dec. 30.

14. Mississippi State is headed to its fourth consecutive bowl game for the first time in school history.

15. Texas A&M will play Duke in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on Jan. 1.

16. Georgia will play Nebraska for the second straight year. They’ll square off in the Gator Bowl on Jan. 1.

17. Gator Bowl president Rick Catlett: “Unfortunately the selection process for bowl games under the BCS has not been the easiest process.”

18. Steve Spurrier said the Capital One Bowl is “by far” the best bowl for South Carolina. The Gamecocks will play Wisconsin on Jan. 1.

19. Missouri will play Oklahoma State in the Cotton Bowl on Jan. 3.

20. Vanderbilt is headed to the BBVA Compass Bowl to play Houston on Jan. 4.

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21. Ole Miss came close but lost to Oregon 115-105 in overtime on Sunday.

22. Auburn’s football success hasn’t carried over to basketball. The Tigers lost 81-62 to Illinois on Sunday.


21. Jameis Winston is going to win the Heisman Trophy, writes Chris Huston. The real race appears to be for second place.

22. Here are the final USA Today Coaches Poll ballots. Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury voted Alabama No. 6.

23. Paul Myerberg provides a quick look at the BCS bowl matchups.

24. Bowling Green coach Dave Clawson is interviewing for the Wake Forest job. BG won the MAC championship last week.

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Auburn Wins, Ohio State Loses; Tigers Bound For BCS Title Game

postgame-links-150x1501Auburn 59 – Missouri 42. Video Highlights

1. Auburn clinches SEC title behind historic performance from running back Tre Mason - 304 yards on 46 carries.

2. Record-setting night for Auburn’s offense.  677 total yards, 545 rushing yards. Tre Mason for the Heisman?

3. Matt Hayes: “This is your future until someone learns to stop the Auburn run game.”

4. Tony Barnhart: “Auburn completed the most improbable story of worst-to-first that you will ever see…”

5. Bernie Miklasz: “Let’s be blunt here: Mizzou defensive coordinator Dave Steckel’s game plan – whatever it was – got ripped into 59 pieces by Auburn head coach Guz Malzahn.”

6. Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy: “Our game plan was great.”

7. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel on stopping Auburn’s offense: “I’m the wrong guy to ask.” Watch Pinkel’s postgame news conference.

8. Missouri running back Henry Josey finishes with 123 yards.  Night ends when pushed into motorized cart. 

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9. BCS standings will be released tonight at 8:30 E.T.  Jerry Palm’s projected standings – Florida State 1, Auburn 2, Alabama 3.

10. “If this year were next year, bedlam wouldn’t be a rivalry game in Oklahoma. It would be a daily fact of life for the rest of the month in Alabama.”

11. Auburn gets shot at title game after Michigan State drops Ohio State 34-24.   Auburn fans celebrate at Toomer’s Corner.

12. Kevin Scarbinsky: “No team in college football has played and beaten more quality opponents this season than Auburn.”

13. Florida State vs. Auburn?  Seminoles likely a touchdown favorite.

14. BCS era will end with no Mizzou appearances.  Tigers likely headed to Cotton or Outback. The Capital One Bowl also a possibility.

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The BCS Title Game: Five Teams, Two Slots, One Test Of Blind Resumes

gfx - by the numbersReaders of know by now that we’re big fans of the “blind resume” test each spring.  As SEC basketball teams jockey for position on the NCAA Tournament bubble, we lay out our own comparison of those squad by the numbers.  About 90% of the teams who earn at-large bids to the tourney can easily be determined by a simple scan of their numerical accomplishments.  RPI, SOS, wins versus top 50 RPI teams, road and neutral court wins, etc, etc.  Survey the data and you’ll be able to predict the NCAA field just like the Jerry Palms and Joe Lunardis.

In football, for now, it’s still more about the eye test than anything quantifiable.  About the only number that comes into play is the big one in each team’s loss column.  Zero losses against a so-so schedule is still better than one loss against a good schedule.  At least that’s how it’s played out in most BCS seasons.

Hopefully that will change with college football going to a new playoff system in which teams will be selected by a panel of experts, not unlike the NCAA Tournament selection committee.  For kicks, we look below at some of the numbers that might be used by future panels to fill out a four-team playoff field.  Only we’ll use those digits, facts, and figures to try and determine the two best football teams this season.  Obviously, there are still some conference championship games to be played and any four of the top five teams in the current BCS standings could lose on Saturday.  But the numbers below still provide some food for thought.

We’ve taken the top five BCS teams — #1 Florida State, #2 Ohio State, #3 Auburn, #4 Alabama and #5 Missouri — and tallied up eight different statistical categories for each.  We’ve removed the names of the schools just to make things more interesting for you.  If you don’t want to cheat, be sure not to click the “read more” button until you’ve studied the chart in full.

First things first, we’ve used the current BCS standings (1-125) for several of our scheduling factors.  Even for those teams not currently ranked in the USA Today Coaches’ Poll or the Harris Poll, there are still rankings produced by the six computer formulas.

Also, keep in mind that we have not included any of the data from these teams’ dates with FCS foes.  Those games haven’t been counted in any way, shape or form in the table below.

Now, for the data we did include:


*  Opponents’ winning percentage

*  Overall margin of victory for the season (with deficits in losses deducted)

*  The average margin of victory per game (with deficits in losses deducted)

*  The number of opponents currently ranked in the top 25 of the BCS standings

*  The number of opponents ranked in the top 25 of the USA Today Coaches’ Poll at the time of the game

*  The number of top 50 foes played (according to the current 1-125 BCS rankings)

*  The number of sub-75 foes played (according to the current 1-125 BCS rankings)

*  The average current BCS ranking of each team’s foes


One other note, we do include the conference championship games still on the docket for Florida State, Ohio State, Auburn and Missouri when dealing with their schedule-strength numbers.  Obviously those final figures will be impacted by this weekend’s results.

Now, without further ado, the numbers for the top five teams in the current BCS standings are in the chart below.  The teams are listed in random order just to keep you guessing.  After clicking the “read more” button, you’ll see which team is which, their current BCS rankings and their overall records.  Here goes…


  School   Team A     Team B     Team C     Team D     Team E  
  Opp. Winning Percentage   .506   .496   .604   .493   .569
  Total Margin of Victory (Season)   259   238   134   464   188
  Margin of Victory per Game   23.54   23.80   12.18   42.18   17.09
  Current BCS Top 25 Opp.   2   3   5   2   4
  Coaches’ Top 25 Opp. At Time   3   4   6   4   6
  Top 50 BCS Opp. Played   4   6   8   2   6
  Sub-75 BCS Opp. Played   3   4   2   4   1
  Avg. Current BCS Rank of Opp.   59.25   57.00   41.75   62.16   46.66


Once you take the names off the teams and you strip them of their current rankings (which have been impacted by their preseason rank), things boil down to a simple choice between two options.  If you’re looking for dominant teams against less imposing foes, Teams D, B and A are for you.  They’ve walloped their foes.  But the collective strength of their opponents is spotty at best.  Two of those teams have played FBS schedules consisting of teams that are below .500 combined.  Team A’s foes were barely over .500.

The other option is to go with teams that have played closer games, but against more challenging competition.  Team C, for example, has won its FBS games by an average of just 12 points per contest, but the average squad on that team’s schedule would be ranked right around #42 in the current BCS standings.  Team C has played eight top 50 BCS foes.  Its FBS opponents have a combined winning percentage of .604.  Team E ranks just behind Team C in terms of the schedule measures.  While Team E has played six top 50 BCS squads, it has only played one FBS opponent ranked 75th or below.  Just one.

Think you’ve figured out who’s who in our chart?  We’ll identify all the teams for you if you just click the pretty red words below…

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Preseason Rankings Making A Big Difference This Year

bcs logoSometimes they matter.  Sometimes they don’t.  When a team starts the year in the top two of the national rankings and then they win out, yeah, in those cases it’s going to matter quite a bit.  And that’s what we’re seeing in the national polls.

The USA Today Coaches’ Poll — still part of the BCS system — begins ranking teams in the preseason.  And this past August, the coaches (or their SIDs) voted Ohio State #2 in the nation behind Alabama.  Florida was #11.  The Seminoles, obviously, have jumped the Buckeyes into the top slot in the current poll.  But for teams starting outside the top 15, the top 25 or even the “others receiving votes” category, climbing isn’t so easy.

Back in August, Auburn was coming off a 3-9 season and did not receive a single vote in the Coaches’ Poll.  Neither did Missouri as Gary Pinkel’s team came off a 5-7 season.  (Laughably, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Arkansas all got at least one vote, which shows how silly preseason polls really are.)

The Harris Poll — the other human part of the BCS equation — doesn’t begin compiling rankings until Week Eight of the season.  At that point, Alabama was #1 followed by Oregon, Clemson, Ohio State and Florida State.  Missouri had climbed to #14 with a 6-0 start.  Auburn was still way down in “others with votes” group.

Yesterday, as you surely know by now, Ohio State held onto the #2 slot behind Florida State.  Auburn is third, Alabama is fourth, and Missouri ranks fifth.  Most pundits believe we’ll have an FSU/OSU clash in Pasadena if the top three teams win out.

Unfortunately for Alabama, they lost in the last week of the season rather than in the first week so their hopes are kaput, barring a Michigan State win over Ohio State and a Duke win over Florida State.

Missouri is not a traditional power but the Tigers have lost just one game this year in overtime to a top 10 foe.  If anyone should feel passed over it’s Mizzou.

Now, the fact of the matter is, we’ve seen he voters back last-minute adjustments before.  In 2008, the BCS rankings had Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas and Florida ranked one through four in the next-to-last week of the season.  Then Florida beat Alabama and leapfrogged Texas to get the BCS title game berth.  The voters could have set-up an OU/UT rematch but they did not.

In 2007, the top seven teams going into conference championship weekend were Missouri, West Virginia, Ohio State, Georgia, Kansas, Virginia Tech and LSU.  After a series of upsets, Ohio State moved to #1 and two-loss LSU jumped past Virginia Tech, Kansas and Georgia to grab the #2 slot.  That was a choice by the voters.  They could have picked Tech or Georgia (with two losses) or Kansas (with one loss).  They chose the preseason #1, LSU.

In 2006, same thing.  Ohio State and Florida finished 1-2 in the BCS standings and met for the national crown.  Michigan was #3.  But a week earlier, the rankings had been Ohio State, Southern Cal (who lost), Michigan and then Florida.  The voters could have created a rematch between Ohio State and Michigan, but they chose to go with Florida instead.

Those are just three recent examples of final-week flip-flops.  So the SEC’s run of seven straight national championships isn’t completely finito just yet.  But Ohio State’s strong start in the human polls months ago sure would seem to make title #8 a longshot.

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Georgia, Vanderbilt Rally Late; Florida Ends Year On Seven-Game Losing Streak

postgame-links-150x1501Florida State 37 – Florida 7. Video Highlights

1. Florida State just too much for the Gators.  Florida drops its seventh straight, end season with 4-8 record.

2. Game plan called for Trey Burton to line up at quarterback for 35 plays.  Burton left with shoulder injury after second carry.

3. Pat Dooley:  “Florida’s miserable football season, one of the worst in school history, came to a predictable end Saturday…”

4. Florida AD Jeremy Foley reiterates support for coach Will Muschamp and the Gators program:  ”I think it’s headed where we want it to be.”

5. Watch Will Muschamp’s postgame news conference.

Vanderbilt 23 – Wake Forest 21. Video Highlights

6. 11 catches for 125 yards for wide receiver Jordan Matthews, including a key 25-yard grab that set up game-winning field goal. Vandy with back-t0-back eight win seasons for the first time since 1927-28.

7. 8-4 Vanderbilt likely headed to Liberty Bowl.  but players lobby for the Gator. James Franklin: “Wherever they tell us to go, whatever bowl it is, we’ll be fired up about it.”

8. Watch James Franklin’s postgame news conference

Georgia 41 – Georgia Tech 34 (2 overtimes). Video Highlights

9. Georgia’s rally to win in two overtimes the biggest comeback victory in Mark Richt’s 13 years with the Bulldogs.

10. In his first start at quarterback, Hutson Mason goes 22-for-36 for 299 yards and two touchdowns.

11. Coach Mark Richt on Mason:  “He made some great throws and we made some great catches.”

12. Georgia lost its only senior starter - defensive lineman Garrison Smith – to an ankle injury in the first half.


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Will Muschamp: “Very Frustrating, Very Difficult Day”

Florida coach Will Muschamp meets the media following Saturday’s loss to Florida State.

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