Who's your SEC football Mount Rushmore?
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
The states' best Mount Rushmores will be unveiled starting Monday night on SportsCenter.
In keeping with that theme, I thought I'd put together my SEC football Mount Rushmore. Here goes and let me know where I got it right and where I got it wrong. You always do:
Bear Bryant: A unanimous choice by everybody, I would think. To me, Bryant is the face of SEC football. He won six national championships at Alabama and also led Kentucky to some of its greatest success.
Herschel Walker: When I think of great SEC players, Walker is always the first one that comes to mind. Has it really been almost 30 years ago that he burst onto the scene at Georgia with those "big thighs?"
Steve Spurrier: Already in the College Hall of Fame as a player and a lock to also be enshrined as a coach when he retires. The Head Ball Coach changed the way they played football in the SEC in the 1990s on his way to winning six SEC titles.
Bo Jackson: In my lifetime, I can't imagine that I'll ever see an athlete as freakishly good as Jackson. He was the epitome of what a running back should be -- big, powerful and fast. Mention the name "Bo" around the SEC, and they know exactly who you're talking about.
2:00 PM ET Washington State Colorado State 3:30 PM ET 20 Fresno State 25 USC 5:30 PM ET Buffalo San Diego State 9:00 PM ET Tulane Louisiana-Lafayette
6:00 PM ET Pittsburgh Bowling Green 9:30 PM ET Utah State 23 Northern Illinois
2:30 PM ET Marshall Maryland 6:00 PM ET Syracuse Minnesota 9:30 PM ET Brigham Young Washington
12:00 PM ET Rutgers Notre Dame 3:20 PM ET Cincinnati North Carolina 6:45 PM ET Miami (FL) 18 Louisville 10:15 PM ET Michigan Kansas State
11:45 AM ET Middle Tennessee Navy 3:15 PM ET Ole Miss Georgia Tech 6:45 PM ET 10 Oregon Texas 10:15 PM ET 14 Arizona State Texas Tech
12:30 PM ET Arizona Boston College 2:00 PM ET Virginia Tech 17 UCLA 4:00 PM ET Rice Mississippi State 8:00 PM ET 24 Duke 21 Texas A&M
12:00 PM ET Nebraska 22 Georgia 12:00 PM ET UNLV North Texas 1:00 PM ET Iowa 16 LSU 1:00 PM ET 19 Wisconsin 9 South Carolina 5:00 PM ET 5 Stanford 4 Michigan State 8:30 PM ET 15 UCF 6 Baylor
7:30 PM ET 13 Oklahoma State 8 Missouri 8:30 PM ET 12 Clemson 7 Ohio State