It's Rankings Week at GatorNation. Every day we'll rank some aspect of the Florida football program heading into the 2013 season. Today we're ranking the Football Bowl Subdivision teams on the Gators' schedule.
about 1170 days ago | Michael DiRocco | Florida Gators
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- It should come as no surprise AJ McCarron has opted to return to the University of Alabama for his senior season. While the junior quarterback is among the best -- and maybe more appropriately the most efficient -- signal-callers in the country, his play down the stretch has done little to help his NFL draft stock.
about 1322 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Alabama Crimson Tide
Three things we liked, and didn't like, from LSU's 20-13 win over Arkansas Friday: Three up 1. Jarvis Landry: If you haven't seen Landry's spectacular 22-yard touchdown catch from Zach Mettenberger in the second quarter, you should take a look.
In a few weeks, we're going to have to pick our first-, second- and third-team quarterbacks on the All-SEC team. That's going to be difficult enough. A number of different quarterbacks in this league have had their moments this season.
Now that you've seen Chris Low's top 25, it's time to see what my list of the top 25 players in the SEC looks like. I'm not perfect, but I'll try to be: 1. Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M: Who has been more exciting than Johnny Football?
about 1378 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Alabama Crimson Tide
It's the biggest weekend of the season so far in the SEC, and here's a look at what to watch in Week 6: 1. Lassoing Lattimore: There's no other way to say it. South Carolina junior running back Marcus Lattimore has owned Georgia.
Separation Saturday is approaching in the SEC ... but here are where our power rankings look to start the week: 1. Alabama (5-0; LW: 1): The Crimson Tide's offense didn't look great against Ole Miss and the defense actually gave up two touchdowns, but Alabama left the weekend with a 19-point win.
Texas A&M 38, Arkansas 27 Arkansas will come in fighting because the Razorbacks really can't afford to lose another game. But Texas A&M has its own motivation, since the Aggies have lost each of the last three meetings with the Hogs, including last year's meeting which saw the Aggies relinquish an 18-point halftime lead.
about 1397 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies