2016 SEC Previews

SEC Week 11 Preview: The Floodgates Are Open
Week 10 certainly caused havoc in the SEC, which opened up the floodgates for anything to happen in the final few weeks of the regular season.
It is important that you know everything that happened in week 10, so you can better understand what is at stake in week 11...
SEC Week 10 Preview: Return to Dominance
Week nine in the SEC went by the book for the most part. There was only one true surprise and all other favorites took care of business. However, it is important to be familiar with last week's outcomes because they will play role in determining what happens later down the road...
SEC Week 9 Preview: Making Something Out of Nothing
If there is anything that can be taken away from week eight in the SEC, it is that not all games are "locks." Whether it was a surprise loss, a close call, or an unexpected blowout, week eight had its fair share of excitement despite being overlooked as a relatively slow week...
SEC Week 7 Preview: The East Is Wide Open
Week six of SEC football was unlike any other for the sole reason that a cancelled game ended up being the most discussed matchup.
Of course, that is not the only exciting thing that happened. Just to catch you up anything you may have missed, here is a breakdown of last week's games (or la…
SEC Week 6 Preview: The Excitement Has Just Begun
Sometimes it just takes one game to make a whole weekend of SEC football seem exciting. There were a few narrow victories and near upsets, but the dramatic ending of just one conference game provided enough adrenaline for one week.
In case you don't what we're referencing, here is a quick breakdown:

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SEC Week 5 Preview: It Is Now Or Never
Week four of SEC football was one of the most exciting to date. Narrow wins and comeback victories were plentiful in a week that was not expected to carry much surprise.
In case you missed any of the action, here is a quick recap for you:

Vanderbilt avoided a would-be upset by defeating Western K…
SEC Week One Preview: A New Year Starts Now
The only thing better than the return of college football is the return of SEC football.
Football is king in the Southeastern Conference and for good reason. The conference is responsible for nine of the last 13 national titles and, going into this season, has six teams ranked in the preseason top 25…