Who are the SEC's top 10 linebackers (inside or outside) for the 2014 season? Here's the way we see them stacking up: 1. Benardrick McKinney, RJr., Mississippi State: At 6-foot-5 and 245 pounds, McKinney is an imposing figure.
The linebackers are up next in our SEC position rankings. These are the guys who put up the big numbers and have the versatility to chase sideline to sideline, drop back into pass coverage, and rush the passer.
Not every prediction we made about Alabama heading into the spring panned out, but we got awfully close. Let's take a look back: Prediction No. 1: Kiffin provides a jolt This one appears to be a work in progress as A-Day was not the most impressive performance for the offense.
about 248 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Alabama Crimson Tide
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- It didn't take long for the sickening feeling to seep out of Landon Collins' stomach and circulate through his body. On the way back to Tuscaloosa after Alabama's humbling 45-31 loss to Oklahoma in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the junior safety replayed the nauseating moments from a game in which the Crimson Tide, which entered the contest with the SEC's top-ranked defense, surrendered 429 yards of offense, nearly 6 yards per play, 348 passing yards and four passing touchdowns.
about 255 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Alabama Crimson Tide
Is basketball taking over the SEC? Auburn hired Bruce Pearl. Tennessee is about to open NCAA tournament play. Not so fast. The majority of the conference is still being consumed by spring football, and for further evidence of that, check out today's lunch links.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Nick Saban said his team "lost respect for winning" last season. Trey DePriest said players "lost sight of the small things." Amari Cooper, agreed, adding that his teammates "didn't connect with each other" like they needed to.
about 285 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Alabama Crimson Tide
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Whether he's beginning the process of defending a national championship or rebounding from a disappointing season, Nick Saban remains the same. After five decades coaching college football, he's become a creature of habit.
about 286 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Alabama Crimson Tide