SEC: SEC championship

Tide/DawgNation links: SEC title preview

November, 30, 2012
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DawgNation and TideNation have more coverage of the SEC title championship:

Position breakdown Insider: David Ching and Alex Scarborough break down each position in the Georgia-Alabama matchup.

Alex Scarborough writes: Saturday's SEC championship and the trip to the national championship could likely hinge on how well Alabama's sterling offensive line fares against John Jenkins and Georgia's defensive line.

David Ching writes: Georgia has had to start some young players on its offensive line. The group had its growing pains, but is coming together. The line will need to be at its best against Alabama.

TideNation links: Where's the D?

November, 14, 2012
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Alex Scarborough writes: It took a couple of months, but the loss of several key defenders to the NFL has finally cost Alabama, as the Crimson Tide have suffered from a lack of big plays.

Scarborough: Big 3 – Alabama’s Nick Saban believes SEC team could make BCS title game.

GeauxTigerNation links: Bowl blues?

November, 11, 2012
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Gary Laney writes: LSU is finding its balance and playing its best football of 2012, but come bowl selection time, the Tigers will likely get passed over in favor of some sexier SEC teams.

Laney Insider: 3 Up, 3 Down – LSU 37, Miss. State 17

DawgNation links: UGA must win out

October, 30, 2012
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David Ching writes: Fresh off the momentum-shifting win over No. 2 UF this past weekend, Georgia team leader Jarvis Jones reminded his fellow Bulldogs – and Mark Richt echoed his words – that such a huge victory will ultimately be worthless if they don’t win out.

Radi Nabulsi writes Insider: ESPN Watch List linebacker Raekwon McMillan announces his top five, and the talented prospect from Georgia has a certain former Florida coach’s team in his No. 1 spot. With: Video

Ching Insider: Ole Miss scouting report

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