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  1. I think I would've given the nod to Hurd but hard to complain about Enoch
  2. Updated post Week 1
  3. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bP9JNGokC0T0J_inIpKiriqK2jVKc7UU6nmWUNW9_-4/edit?usp=sharing I will have a running total of SEC stats for this season and it can be found in the link above. In this thread I will post when I have updated the stats for that week. Feel free to use the SEC Statbook to see just how well the best players in college football perform this season!
  4. Of Note: New year, same POTW! Welcome back everyone! Jumanji wants you to know, #MarcusBlack4Heisman *points finger guns* Thick Trickett stormed out and had a legendary performance against the Buffs, great showing from the USC star! Start buying into the Tucker Dowden hype everyone, what an incredible performance orchastrated against the University of Alabama, Birmingham. FRESHMAN ALERT: Solomon McLaughlin is legit What an effort out of Jarvis Ward, 4 touchdowns and 180 in the Aggies loss to Ole Miss FRESHMAN ALERT: Soldier Brooks is also very very good Damien Norman lead the charge for the dominante Illini Defense, stuffing the Razorbacks and even coming up with a pick-6 Jabari Fletcher, ever heard of him? Watch out everyone, the Texas junior is going to be a star Jordan Tucker take a bow, fantastic game against the Ducks in Vandy's season opener. As always, feel free to discuss the nominees below!
  5. ObliviousLax, loved that guy. Easy to talk to, and one of the first 3 guys I really got to know here. TheCrimsonChin, excellent person, committed to making media. I think med school got the best of him, and he's disappeared since. FSUAlumni, former MAC commissioner. Very passionate user, I always enjoyed talking to him.
  6. The Wait is Almost Over The Adrian Goldson Era Begins Week 2 against San Jose State
  7. Will you be tracking punt return/kickoff return TDs with the new system? If so I am 100% for it
  8. http://cfbhc.com/wiki/index.php?title=Template:Southeastern_Conference_football_venue_navbox is done
  9. Yes please do so. Thanks!
  10. Birmingham, AL As the proud commissioner of the best conference in football, it is with great pleasure that I announce the SEC Football Hall of Fame! We here at the SEC Headquarters have been tirelessly working on creating a selection process to determine the nominations of SEC Legends to the Inaugural Class of the SEC Hall of Fame. The requirements are as follows: Must have graduated/declared early at least 3 seasons prior. For this upcoming season, players from 2013-2017 are eligible Coaches are always eligible unless they are currently still coaching The nominees will be announced on Week 7 of the 2020 College Football Season. Afterwards, they will be voted on by the esteemed coaches of the SEC. It requires a 2/3rds vote for any nominee to enter the SEC Hall of Fame (10 out of the 14 coaches have to vote yes). I would like to give special thanks to all of those who have been working with me on making this a reality! Stay Tuned!
  11. Thats got to be one of the worst performances in NFLHC history
  12. Hard to complain about either of these two picks. Two excellent offensive tackles with great resumes.
  13. Tim Tebow, Associated Press What has the inclusion of Oklahoma transfer receiver Ahe Salanoa done for this Bearcat offense?
  14. Trojans by 10, 31-21 Go Trickett!
  15. @Soluna because if it wasn't for him we wouldn't be here @stormstopper @bingo415 @smckenz3 And all the other big media makers for giving this Sim's players a life and soul @Rome @Bubada for their excellent work on stats giving us points to talk about @inspiral for all the work he does behind the scenes. He doesn't get enough love And anyone who has ever been on NFL Live with me, or any other podcast. NFL Live makes its return soon!
  16. The top QB is a 5-11 manlet over 6-4 Travis Ricketts? BOOOO
  17. Setting up internet at my new house. Should be fully up by Friday. Till then you'll see lots less Sage, pm if you need me!

  18. The first user to hit me up was Rome. Back in the day we had a small group of us: Me, Rome, Ted, and ObliviousLax (RIP). Those guys really helped me learn the game. DescretoBurrito was the Mod of the MWC when I joined, and one of 3 active members in that conference in the dark days (RIP Slaughterhouse-Five). He was really helpful as I tried to figure out how to be an effective coach back in the day. Jumbo was super helpful as well, honestly he was a big piece in pushing me to take my Alma Mater. Then going to NFLHC, I cut my teeth with the Rams. Taffy is a great GM, pretty much taught me everything I know and I think I'm an okay GM now.
  19. Did Lawyer play bad enough that we get to see Brad Davis pls Brad i love you
  20. With 2020 just around the corner, here are the SEC Coaches' Preseason Power Rankings! All of these positions were determined by the coaches of the SEC, and included are some comments and insights of what our coaches think of these 14 talented squads! Tier 1 - The Favorites 1. LSU Tigers "LSU returns a ton of talent and the reigning SEC Defensive Player of the Year. I think they can run the table, and should be the favorites for the SEC West and conference championship." "A team with talent everywhere, and my pick to win the conference." "The main factor that put LSU on the top of the power rankings over Auburn is their ability to control the line. On both sides of the ball, the lines are superior to those at Auburn, and with just as many threats, I think that LSU will end up on top because of their lines." "An extremely good team with talent at every position. Definitely my favorite to win the conference" "A team with VERY few weaknesses, just strong players at every position, and solid depth too. QB Elias Allen-Hollis and RBs Jayden Huff and Kenyon Randall give the Tigers a multi-dimensional ground attack, protected by an O-line that is right there with Tennessee's as the best in the SEC. The Tigers' defensive line is not only the best in the SEC, but probably the best in the nation." "LSU has talent at every position on the field. The most well-rounded team in the country, let alone the SEC." "LSU edges out Auburn from the #1 spot just barely. Cmcgill knows how to win, and he has the talent to work with." 2. Auburn Tigers "Marcus Black may just be the best quarterback in the SEC, and he's surrounded by an fantastic supporting cast. They've got studs on both sides of the ball and should be a very strong team." "They have more holes than LSU, but Marcus Black is such a baller that I think they have a decent chance to still win the west." "As much as it pains me to say, this is the scariest team to me." "A very talented team with a top tier coach" "Sophomore Marcus Black is set to led this team with a solid running game behind him. With many targets to throw to and solid defense, I give the Auburn Tigers the second spot in my power rankings." "Marcus Black is the best QB in the conference. Add in a very strong supporting cast and a good defense, and Auburn should do well this season." "With Heisman buzz already circulating around QB Marcus Black, RB Sean Meade expected to make a big splash, and possibly the best defensive player in the nation in ILB Tyrese Thompson, the Tigers are easily the most exciting team in the SEC." "Auburn can win the conference, putting them #2 doesnt mean I don't have faith, its just going to come down to their game in Death Valley later this year." Tier 2 - The Contenders 3. Vanderbilt Commodores "Vandy breaks up the all Tiger affair at the top. Anything could happen in the SEC East, but I think Vandy has such a stifling defense that they are the favorites for their divisional crown. DeAndre Felder is the man to watch as he's such a dangerous receiving threat." "They have their weaknesses, but holy shit those linebackers." "One of the better opposing D's IMO" "Lacking a threat of a quarterback, I can't put Vanderbilt any higher than this. They have great linebackers and secondary, but it will be on the shoulders of whoever Vandy decides to start in the fall to bring this team to the next level." "While the defense is going to be great, the offense is too much of a question mark. If DeAndre Felder can take his place as a true number 1 receiver, Vandy would be rated higher." "The starting QB position is wide open, but with three talented options, hopefully somebody can stand out. Whoever wins that starting job will have an elite WR corps to throw to. But the real strength of this team is their defense. With linebackers that already have NFL scouts attention, a very underrated cornerstone in DT Edward Will should make this defense nearly impossible to run on, and with FS Khalil Dennis protecting against deep passes, it'll take a brilliant QB to get much going in the air." "Vanderbilt tops the East with strong defense." "Their QB is the only reason I don't have them higher, I think their defense will keep them in games, and they have WR Felder that will surely make plays." 4. Georgia Bulldogs "Following Vandy closely is a very talented Georgia Bulldog team with senior quarter Salvatore Tanner leading the charge. Ja'Wuan Howard was a huge get from JUCO, and should be the weapon that helps Georgia get where they want to be." "I think LaserCats is a great coach, but Georgia's front seven has some gaping holes which prevents me from putting them any higher." "Sneaky good watch out east division" "Seeming to be a little more talented at QB than Tennessee, I've got them over the Volunteers even though the two are very similar talent wise. The secondary on this team looks insane, and looks like they will dominate the SEC for another year if they all decide to not declare for the draft." "The Bulldogs return to their former place near the top of the SEC East with a very strong offense led by QB Salvatore Tanner." "A stout offensive line, a capable senior QB Salvatore Tanner, and a strong running game out of RB Isaac Wilson give Georgia as good an offense as anybody in the SEC. Defensively they have a few holes, but with that secondary they can really shut down the passing of a lot of teams. All that means lots of wins for the Bulldogs. There could easily be three playoff teams coming out of the SEC this year." "As long as the Bulldogs can rush the ball, they will be a great team in the East, if they are stopped, all eyes will be on assumed QB Tanner to make some throws." 5. Alabama Crimson Tide "The Crimson Tide lost a ton of talent to the NFL, and with a new coach I think there will be some struggles at the beginning of the year. Whether they meet their fans lofty expectations will be a storyline to watch, but I don't think they've got the juice this year." "There are some holes on the team, but overall I think Bama should be right in the thick of things at the end of the season." "Too much has changed heading into 2020 to keep the Tide at the top of the SEC but that could change by the end of the season if Cade gets it all figured out" "After deep loses to the draft, many expect Alabama to drop lower down in the power rankings. Very high hopes for the Crimson Tide and new coach CadeRich5, I think this team has the potential to make a deep run and the Iron Bowl this year will be absolutely outstanding." "Last year's champs lose a lot, but still have a very solid team. There's a few weaknesses here, but Cade should be able to get this team to be a contender in the next couple of seasons." "Alpha King jokes aside, this is still a strong team despite it's many NFL departures. Antonio Pugh is going to put up great numbers thanks to probably the best WR in college football, A.J. Edwards. Defensively, this team is nearly as strong as Vanderbilt. The only question is whether new head coach CadeRich can make everybody play up to their potential. If he can, this "down year" won't be all that down at all." "This will be a transition year for the Tide, but they'll remain in the mix. It all depends on how much Cade can get out of his new team." "Alabama can be the dark horse (very odd to say), WR Edwards needs to have a great year, and they have the O-Line to back up QB Pugh" Tier 3 - The Darkhorses 6. Tennessee Volunteers "The reigning SEC Champions and playoff semifinalists are down in 6th. They lost a lot of talent, and seem set for stylistic changes on offense and defense. Redshirt freshman quarterback Adrian Goldson will be the key player to watch. Could lead to a good year or a terrible one." "This team will live and die based on the effectiveness of the Goldson-Holmes connection. Fortunately for them, I think it'll be effective" "A team who lost a lot but could turn around and will compete in the East" "Only one real weapon at the WR position, kind of scary QB situation for this year for them as they throw Watertown graduate Adrian Goldson into the SEC gauntlet." "Yet another team that lost a lot from last year, Tennessee needs a good season from younger skilled players to reach it's previous success." "Offensively, this team is anchored by a line that is one of the best in CFBHC. With RB Nikita Crowe, Tennessee will be able to move the ball pretty reliably, no matter who they start at QB. Defensively, the Volunteers are very solid." "The OL is great, but I think it will take a while for Adrian Goldson to figure things out at QB." "Sage always keeps his team in it and I think the 4-8th position is going to be close." 7. Missouri Tigers "The Tigers were in awesome form next year led by one of the most dangerous secondaries in college football. Unfortunately for them, they've graduated the star of that group. Offensively, this team comes and goes the way Tucker Dowden does. The enigmatic quarterback has all the talent in the world, it just is yet to be seen if he can find consistency." "This might be a little high, but I believe in Tucker Dowden's ability to carry this team." "A darkhorse in the East race" "I wanted to put this team higher, with so many threats on offense it’s hard not to expect something out of this team, but the team built around those stars isn’t there. The defense is meh, this is my dark horse who could potentially end up near the top." "Tucker Dowden leads the Tigers offense and he can do it well. The real question is how well their defense can do." "This is the seventh and final team on this list that I feel has a reasonable shot at winning the SEC. Teams 3-7 are all pretty close, in my opinion. QB Tucker Dowden is the preseason first team All-SEC pick, earning the honor over the much-hyped Marcus Black. The Tigers are a well rounded team that is likely underrated in this list." "This is the year Dowden finally breaks out. Mizzou will have one of the top offenses in the East." "Defense will be solid, their schedule isn't helping with both UGA & Vandy as away games. Still, QB Dowden will shine this year, watch out for Missouri." 8. Mississippi State Bulldogs "A team that lost the 2020 #1 overall pick Tyler Jones, the Bulldogs look to be middle of the pack heading into 2020. Ryan Childs is a huge threat on offense and Brady Christiansen is a wrecking ball on defense. They'll need to rely on their stars to find success in 2020." "Overall a pretty solid team. If Ryder Shipman can improve on his performances from last year (which I think he can), the Bulldogs should easily be able to make a bowl." "Bulldogs seem like they are going to fall back after a good season last year." "Probably a little too low for this well balanced team. Duncan should be able to coach into a bowl game." "This team lost a lot from last year. QB Ryder Shipman is back, along with a strong defense. Coaching should make all the difference here, I expect the Bulldogs to be very competitive." "Losing Tyler Jones and Terrence Rodgers hurts the Bulldogs. Ryder Shipman hasn't been great and a weaker running game isn't going to help." "Miss St will always be competitive in the SEC, they have a great coach, WR Childs & OLB Christiansen will need to have a good year." Tier 4 - The Pack 9. South Carolina Gamecocks "The Gamecocks have never found great success in CFBHC, and after losing two first round talents in Shah Vereen and Russel Benson-Gifford it may be surprising to see them this high. Overall they are a very well-rounded team, but outside of Kenny Ames I don't see a star that can take the Gamecocks to the promise land. First year coach Hagan's performance will be interesting to watch." "The Gamecocks are a team with no real holes, but also basically no real playmakers." "A very talented team at every position but CB, and I think CB is too important to have them any higher" "This team looks solid. No real deep holes and no real threats but kind of sitting right in the middle." "An extremely well balanced team (except at corner), it should be interesting to see how their new coach works with their talent." "A surprisingly talented team that could pull off a few upsets. A lot of their success will have to rely on how well Hagan can hide the hole at CB." "Gamecocks will be putting whoever they play on upset alert each weekend, they have a deceptively good team, their new coach will be having some fun." 10. Ole Miss Rebels "Might be a little optimistic, but Ole Miss has the talent. They have stars in Geno Harris and Markus Golden, along with guys that haven't lived up to their expectations like Marquise Laws. If Vida puts it all together I think the Rebels are threatening." "Their offense isn't terrible, but aside from Markus Golden their defense might as well not exist." "The JuCo players on offense will turn Ole Miss into a threat to beat any team they face, but the defense won't be consistent enough to put higher right now" "Just like Mizzou, this team has a lot of talent in many of the skills positions, I expect the offense to be explosive, and if the defense can just stop the other team, they should have no problem scoring the ball." "Team jumps between talented and raw. Could end up a good team when all's said and done." "QB Marquise Laws to WR Geno Harris is going to hurt a lot of defenses. ILB Markus Golden is just a terrifying force in the middle of this Rebel defense. This team will be fun to watch." Tier 5 - Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free 11. Arkansas Razorbacks "Thatfunk is back at it again with his second SEC team, but this is a Razorbacks squad that doesn't have an all world talent at quarterback for the first time in a long time. They need to get the ball to Tyron Chambers, but even then, I'm not sure he's good enough to carry this team out the door of the basement." "This team leaves a lot to be desired, but there are enough playmakers on the roster that I think they're clearly above the remaining 3 teams." "Seems like they’re decent at best. No real talent or stars but a lot of solid players everywhere. Doesn’t seem like they have the firepower to keep up with most of the teams above them." "They lost a lot from last year, and this team seems pretty mediocre. They'll have a tough time in the SEC West." "Only WR Tyron Chambers remains from the lethal Razorback passing engine of the past few years. This team is at a crossroads. Where do they go from here? CB Robert Bleeker might be the best cornerback in the SEC. We'll have to see whether or not this team can maintain its success this year, it'll certainly be a challenge." "Razorbacks have one of the best players in the conference in WR Tyron Chambers. He'll need to find a way to be great without Sean Sitton throwing to him." "WR Chambers will be making plays on offense, its going to be down to if their defense can make things happen." 12. Florida Gators "Soluna is a great coach, but this is a bad Florida team. Talent-wise they don't stack up with most of the conference." "Soluna is a great coach, but there's only so much you can do when you're starting a garbage QB and garbage WRs (of course, watch as Soluna voodoos his way to 10-2 and a NY6 appearance)." "Never sleep on the Fighting Solunas" "This is entirely based on a belief Soluna will work wonders in Gainsville" "Doesn’t seem like they have the QB situation under control and they might have to look to rely on the running game in order to stay alive. A few good players on defense, but just doesn’t seem to have the overall talent to compete." "I can't rank a Soluna coached team any lower than this. Still not gonna be a good year for the Gators. I know from experience that an amazing O-line doesn't necessarily translate into wins." "In case you've been living under a rock, Soluna took over the Gators during the offseason. Other than that, there's not much exciting to be said about this team." "If anybody can find a way to win without a QB, it's Soluna. With one of the best offensive lines in the conference, RB Ethan Newby might be able to carry the load." "Soluna taking over UF was huge for the Gators, I think this program could see a complete turnaround, maybe not fully this year, but they will definitely grab some wins." 13. Texas A&M Aggies "Sleuth is still working out the kinks for TAMU, and I don't think this is their year. Should be the worst team in the SEC West." "This is a young team with a lot of potential that's fully capable of winning on any given Saturday. Of course, it's also equally capable of getting blown out." "I actually wanted to put A&M higher but without knowing anything about Nathan Singletary at QB I think it will be another year of struggles in College Station" "I think the Aggies will improve from last season, but still not as good as they want to be. They still find themselves near the bottom of my list." "This year's gonna be a struggle for Sleuth's squad. They should be able to pull off an upset or two seemingly at random." "The Aggies will have to lean pretty heavily on their defense this year, but their future looks promising. This team is loaded with young talent. If the coach uses his redshirts to develop these young players, and continues to recruit well, this team will be a powerhouse in a couple of years." "QB Nathan Singletary is a question mark, but this team has some decent pieces that could steal them a few wins." "Struggled last year, but this year looking much better, could see the Aggies get some offense going and hopefully win some games." Tier 6 - Kentucky 14. Kentucky Wildcats "Not far behind TAMU is Kentucky, who should be the cellar dwellers of the SEC East. Offensively, they're young and inexperienced. Defensively, they're going to rely a lot on Abdoul Gordon." "Kentucky is about on the same level as Florida, but Soluna>rabid so Kentucky gets relegated to the bottom spot." "Yikes" "Season looks like it will be a long one for the Wildcats. Hopefully they can find some success in recruiting in a deep rebuilding phase." "Rabid's team didn't progress well at all. Kentucky doesn't look like it has a good chance at competing this year in the SEC." "It's all questions in Lexington. How will coach rabidsnowman get this team out of the SEC cellar? Can QB Elijah McManus stop throwing more interceptions than touchdowns? Will this team develop a running game at all? Can this defense keep the Wildcats in games? Is rabidsnowman really a bad coach who got lucky at Nebraska or a decent coach who has just had a run of bad luck of late? Hopefully the answers to these questions can satisfy the Kentucky fanbase, because they are sick of being labeled a "basketball school". They want to win, and soon." "Kentucky has too many holes on their roster and McManus just hasn't lived up to the hype. He's progressing extremely poorly and his play is reflective of that."
  21. And with that all SEC teams have had a 2020 preview written! Next up is the SEC Network's Preseason Power Rankings! Stay Tuned!
  22. Vanderbilt Commodores 2019 Record: (9-3) (5-2) Conference Finish: 2nd in the SEC East Key Losses: RB Stephen Waters 5-7 198 (Sr) Warren (Warren, AR) 4.0 of 4.0 [Power] TE Mendy Pickering 6-6 198 Sr Evarts (Evarts KY) 3.5 of 3.5 [Receiving] OT Miguel Campbell 6-7 304 (Sr) Shiloh Christian (Springdale, AR) 4.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] C Felton Cannon 6-2 278 (Sr) Fairview (Fairview, TN) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] DE Luke Lyles 6-0 249 Sr Three Rivers Community College (Poplar Bluff, MO) 5.0 of 5.0 [Blitz] OLB Shawn Richardson 6-0 238 (Sr) Happy Valley (Elizabethton, TN) 4.0 of 4.0 [Coverage] Key Returners: RB Kareem McGee 5-7 211 (Jr) Central (Little Rock, AR) 4.0 of 4.0 [Power] WR DeAndre Felder 6-5 216 So Sevier County (Sevierville, TN) 4.0 of 5.0 [Target] TE Messiah Gresham 6-1 225 (So) Washington County (Springfield, KY) 4.0 of 4.5 [Blocking] OT Quinn Wolf 6-6 333 (Sr) Sullivan East (Bluff City TN) 4.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] DT Edward Will 6-0 315 (Sr) Christian Academy (Louisville KY) 4.0 of 4.0 [2-Gap] OLB Caleb McNamara 6-2 217 (Sr) Malvern (Malvern AR) 5.0 of 5.0 [Coverage] ILB Adam Lovelace 6-2 234 (Jr) Morrilton (Morrilton, AR) 5.0 of 5.0 [Mike] ILB Samuel Sands 6-2 243 (Sr) Norphlet (Norphlet AR) 4.5 of 4.5 [Will] OLB Damian Dailey 6-0 230 (So) Central (Little Rock, AR) 4.0 of 5.0 [Blitz] FS Khalil Dennis 6-2 219 (Jr) Cumberland County (Crossville, TN) 5.0 of 5.0 [Zone Coverage] SS Omar Broussard 5-10 171 Sr Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (Perkinston, MS) 4.5 of 4.5 [Zone Coverage] Strengths Linebackers - look at those studs that the Commodores will be trotting out in their 3-4. Caleb McNamara and Adam Lovelace are among the best in the country at their positions, Samuel Sands is an explosive playmaker, and Damian Dailey is a sophomore up and comer that is going to make a big impact this season. The Commodores are so good at moving their linebackers around to make big plays, and I fully expect this unit to be one of the most productive in the nation. Receivers - DeAndre Felder racked up an eyepopping 648 yards and 7 TDs last season (both team highs) and he looks set for great Sophomore campaign. The team lost a big red zone threat in Mendy Pickering, but the 6'5" Felder looks up to the task to dominate smaller corners in the SEC. Experienced veteran Ralph O'Rourke stayed for his senior season, and Jaylen Crump is a danger man in the slot. At the tight end position, Messiah Gresham will have a chance to shine for the Commodores. Weaknesses Offensive Line - Losing Miguel Campbell and Felton Cannon is a big blow for the Commodores. Once the pride and joy of this team, this offensive line is nothing like the Vanderbilt teams of old. While they've got good role players through out the line, against the battering rams of SEC Defensive linemen this is a unit that is going to be severely tested. They're going to need to play well to get time for the ball to make its way into the hands of DeAndre Felder and the other talented receivers on this team. The Ground Game - Kareem McGee is entering his first full year as a starting running back, and following up one of Vandy's all time greats is going to be a tough task. Stephen Waters put up 1337 yards and 16 touchdowns last season, and was the focal point of Vanderbilt's offense. Can McGee do the same? Only time will tell, but if he can, this Commodore's offense paired with its defense is going to be deadly. If McGee struggles, he's going to be the guy with a lot of fingers pointing at him. Season Expectations: Nashville is hungry for the Black and Gold to perform. They think they have an SEC East winning team here, and after that bitter loss to Tennessee robbed them of the division last year, they're hungry to capture it in 2020. Season Prediction Best case scenario: 11-1, Vanderbilt is the SEC East representative taking on LSU for the conference championship. Worst case scenario: 8-4, at worst, Vanderbilt is still one of the best teams heading into 2020. Realistic prediction: 10-2, but I don't think they win the division. I think Georgia's got the edge on them, but that fateful night in Nashville is going to be one of the best games of 2020.
  23. Texas A&M Aggies 2019 Record: (3-9) (1-6) Conference Finish: 6th in the SEC West Key Losses: RB Elias Butler 5-7 220 Sr East (Cheyenne WY) 4.0 of 4.0 [Power] TE Jack Whiting 6-3 217 Sr Mountain Pointe (Phoenix AZ) 4.0 of 4.0 [Blocking] OG Ahmed Dupree 6-5 265 Sr Big Lake (Big Lake MN) 4.0 of 4.0 [Pass Blocking] ILB Kaden Carmichael 6-2 234 Sr Lutcher (Lutcher LA) 3.5 of 3.5 [Mike] FS Samuel Prince 6-0 191 Sr Lincoln College (Lynx, IL) 4.5 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] SS Brandon Guillory 5-11 201 Sr Durant (Durant MS) 4.5 of 4.5 [Zone Coverage] Key Returners: QB Nathan Singletary 6-1 226 (Fr) South Grand Prarie (, TX) 2.5 of 4.5 [Scrambling] FB Felix Foy 6-1 257 (Fr) Ketchum (Ketchum, OK) 2.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] WR Jarvis Ward 5-9 189 (Jr) Brookhaven College (Farmers Branch TX) 4.5 of 5.0 [Speed] WR Lese Ponifasio 6-1 210 Sr Western Texas College (Snyder, TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Target] DE Dariel Murillo 5-11 247 Sr Robert E. Lee (Baytown, TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Blitz] DT Omar Grace 6-1 299 Sr Frankston (Frankston, TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [2-Gap] CB Julian Woods 5-11 168 Jr Johnson City (Johnson City, TX) 4.0 of 4.0 [Man Coverage] Strengths Receivers - The Aggies have weapons all over this receivers group, led by newcomer Jarvis Ward. Lese Ponifasio is a guy that all Aggies fans know, and don't forget about dangerous slot receiver Kristian Douglas tearing up the middle of the field. Even tight end Theodore Crowell is a weapon for Singletary, and his 6-4 frame will be a big asset in the red zone. Defensive Line - The defensive strength of the Aggies is their defensive front. Omar Grace and Anthony Hayes were both productive last season and should be a big piece in stuffing down opposing running games. Daniel Murillo should be one of the top sack artists in the SEC, bringing heat off the edge with lots of support around him. Weaknesses Quarterback - Quarterback play was an absolute wreck last season as no one was able to follow up the legacy of Matty Swift. Now comes the guy that may do it, Nathan Singletary. Will he click with Head Coach Sleuthofbears? What's his connection like with his offensive weapons like Jarvis Ward? Many unanswered questions so far at College Station. The Running Attack - Singletary is a threat to run, but can the likes of Kapueo Fepulea'i and Julian Harding keep defenses honest? They are both following up the Texas A&M all time leading rusher in Elias Butler, and despite the fact that Fepulea'i is a senior we have not seen much out of the expected Aggie starting running back. They'll need to perform well to take the burden off their freshman quarterback. Season Expectations: College Station fans are cautiously optimistic. Aggie football has been a roller coaster ride the past few seasons, but they're hoping for a bowl game. Season Prediction Best case scenario: 7-5, Aggies close out the season strongly with a big win against Arkansas to get them to a bowl game. Worst case scenario: 2-10, despite a lot of improvement from last season, the Aggies just cannot put it together, and Sleuth starts feeling the hot seat. Realistic prediction: 5-7. They narrowly miss out on a bowl game but the fan base is energized by the magic Singletary can put out on the field. Future looks bright!
  24. Tennessee Volunteers 2019 Record: (13-1) (7-1) Conference Finish: SEC Champions Key Losses: QB Julius Thomas 6-3 212 (Sr) Chattanooga State Technical CC (Chattanooga, TN) 4.5 of 4.5 [Scrambling] TE Charles Self 6-4 250 (Sr) North Hardin (Radcliff, KY) 4.0 of 4.0 [Receiving] DT Ricardo Walter 6-4 294 (Sr) Powell (Powell, TN) 4.0 of 4.0 [1-Gap] DE Anthony Miller 6-3 253 (Sr) Station Camp (Gallatin, TN) 5.0 of 5.0 [Blitz] FS Ethan Calloway 6-2 187 Sr Briarcrest Christian (Eads TN) 3.5 of 3.5 [Zone Coverage] SS Michael Williams 6-2 187 (Sr) Lake Hamilton (Pearcy, AR) 5.0 of 5.0 [Zone Coverage] Key Returners: QB Adrian Goldson 6-1 215 (Fr) Watertown (Watertown, TN) 2.0 of 5.0 [Pocket] RB Nikita Crowe 5-11 226 (Sr) McClellan Magnet (Little Rock AR) 4.5 of 4.5 [Power] FB Jesse Whitney 5-8 234 (So) Port Sulphur (Port Sulphur, LA) 4.0 of 4.0 [Run Blocking] WR Marcus Holmes 6-1 172 Jr Dyersburg State Community College (Dyersburg TN) 4.0 of 5.0 [Speed] TE Arturo Negron 6-1 238 (So) Hargrave Military Academy (, VA) 3.0 of 4.5 [Blocking] OT Damian Mason 6-3 296 (Sr) Riverdale (Murfreesboro TN) 5.0 of 5.0 [Pass Blocking] OT Anthony Krause 6-4 329 (So) Stockton (Stockton, MO) 4.0 of 5.0 [Run Blocking] OG Donald Kendrick 6-7 272 (So) Alma (Alma, AR) 4.0 of 5.0 [Run Blocking] C Toma Malifa 6-1 258 (Sr) Hall (Little Rock AR) 4.5 of 4.5 [Run Blocking] DE Eric Jamison 6-3 248 (Sr) So. Baptist Educational Center (TN) 4.0 of 4.0 [Blitz] ILB Marcus Coles 6-2 230 (Fr) Stockton (Stockton, MO) 2.0 of 5.0 [Mike] OLB Nathaniel Jeffries 5-11 253 (Sr) Cumberland County (Crossville TN) 5.0 of 5.0 [Blitz] CB Miles Gray 5-10 195 Sr Ellsworth CC (Iowa Falls, IA) 4.5 of 4.5 [Man Coverage] Strengths Offensive Line - Tennessee flat out has the best offensive line in the nation, led by one of the best tackles in football, Damian Mason. Then you look down the line, with Toma Malifa one of the top 10 centers, two of the top young linemen in Anthony Krause and Donald Kendrick, and a young, highly touted freshman in Jake Phelps. They're a wall that is going to abuse any defensive front this year. Linebackers - Nathaniel Jeffries is one of the super stars in football, and the outside backer looks to be a key piece in the post-Anthony Miller era of Tennessee defenses. Micah Singletary is an excellent player bringing the edge on the opposite side and Brian Gross has been a versitile guy able to hit the running back or play in coverage. The key guy to watch out for is redshirt freshman Marcus Coles, a prototypical thumper out of Missouri that has wowwed all preseason. Weaknesses Quarterback Change - Adrian Goldson is highly touted, but he's also the first quarterback not named Julius Thomas in the SageBow era for Tennessee. This season will make or break on Goldson's ability and how Coach SageBow schemes around his budding star. Defensive Line - Losing two key players in Anthony Miller and Ricardo Walter has been absolutely devestating for this defensive line unit. Eric Jamison is a guy that could be playing on Sunday mornings next year, but as a whole this unit is going to need a lot of help from blitzing linebackers to have a successful year in 2020. Season Expectations: Volunteer fans are coming off the most successful season in their history and one of the great all time stretches, 3 bowl games, 1 deep playoff run. They know a QB switch has happened, but with Goldson's credentials, there's strong talk in Knoxville about being title contenders. Season Prediction Best case scenario: 11-1, Tennessee meets LSU once again in the SEC title game, but the Tigers get the W this time. Worst case scenario: 6-6, Tennessee comes off disappointed as the Volunteers struggle just to make a bowl game. Realistic prediction: 9-3, Georgia LSU and Vandy give the Vols problem. Still a very strong season, but not the lofty championship the fans are hoping for.

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