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MVP of your football team

24 minutes ago

Alabama's most valuable player is....

Punter JK Scott saved our ass multiple multiple times last year and he will do the same in 2015.

So what do you got?

LSU 2016 basketball top recruiting class

21 April 2015 - 08:36 AM

The best collection of freshmen next season won't be at Duke or Kentucky, it'll be at LSU. The Tigers were primed for a big season even before the addition of Sampson, but the four-star guard likely pushes LSU past Arizona, Duke, Michigan State and anyone else in recruiting rankings. 247 Sports already has declared the Tigers own the top recruiting class.


2015 Football SEC Championship prediction

15 April 2015 - 09:17 AM

The 2015 SEC Championship will be the Tennessee Vols vs Arkansas Razorbacks.

So what have you got?


28 March 2015 - 01:11 PM


SEC Network $70m payout

24 February 2015 - 09:38 AM

Today, seven months after the most successful cable network launch in television history, expectations concerning the SEC Network's financial return to the 14 league schools have brightened since the channel's heavily-publicized debut last August.

During a meeting with both the media and the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee Friday, South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner revealed that the SEC Network is expected to pull in a profit of $70 million, three years ahead of schedule. And even more to the point seven months after the network’s debut, Tanner called that $5 million per school figure as “conservative.”

In other words, it completely blew the pre-launch projections completely out of the financial stratosphere.

In 2014, the total revenue distributed by the SEC to its members schools was $309.6 million. That broke down to an average of $22.1 million per school, over $8 million more than was distributed per school five years earlier ($13.8 million in 2009). Thus, in a span of just six years, the SEC will have nearly doubled the annual payout to its membership — a payout that will do nothing but grow moving forward.