Wonderful? Perhaps. Significant? Absolutely.
1,000 live sporting events each year, with 450 on the network and the rest digital. 45 games a year, 3 SEC games a week.
SportsBusiness Daily is reporting that we won't have to wait too much longer to find out details about the always-inevitable SEC Network.
As has been the case throughout SEC Week(s), The Closers talked to two people about this week's team, Kentucky.
Less than five years ago, Kentucky was ranked in the Top 10. To you, which meme does this support: "The SEC is scary-deep," or "The SEC is incredibly top-heavy, and any second-tier program can win quite a few games"?
Mizzou Moves to the SEC and moves on to the Kentucky Wildcats to see how they stack up from an All-Sports perspective.
Actually, if Kentucky is notable for something, it's not Bryant and Mumme: it's the fact that, in the last 96 seasons, they've won either four, five or six games FIFTY TIMES. They've been rarely great and, really, rarely terrible.
I'm not sure what the Commodores' ceiling is with James Franklin in charge, but it's higher than it once was, that's for sure.
Mizzou Moves to the SEC keeps on truckin' as it takes a look at the total athletic program of Vanderbilt
So our schedule for Georgia Week is all sorts of funky. The basketball piece is TBD, and I was once again a day late on the football piece, and yadda yadda yadda, it's time for a Wednesday evening Community Roundtable, complete with The Closers!
Georgia has one of the more complex histories in college football. They have won 10 or more games 19 times, they have finished in the AP Top 10 19 times, they have won 12 conference titles, and they claim two national championships.
This is the (mumblemumble) in a (mumblemumble)-part series highlighting five things you may not know about Mizzou’s new conference bunkmates. Please keep in mind that while everything below is...
We’ve all heard about that ferocious SEC talent. How will Missouri deal with the speed of the SEC? How will they hold up to the physical style of play?
If Mizzou can expect to compete with Oklahoma and Texas, we should expect no less in the SEC. However, Mizzou can expect to find more teams with the talent of Oklahoma and Texas in the SEC, so getting lucky once in a while won’t cut it.
Are the SEC’s top players actually bigger and faster than everyone else, or are there just more good players?