The SEC has been crazy in 2018, so how do the teams stack up? Who is a Player of the Year contender? Who could make a run in the NCAA tournament?
It’s that time of year – SEC baseball opens on Friday night, while the SEC basketball season is starting to wind down. We have five regular season conference games left before the SEC tournament. How do the teams stack up?
On Monday February 12, Neal McCready of RebelGrove.com (the Rivals site for Ole Miss), reported that Andy Kennedy would announce his resignation in a press conference later that afternoon. Andy Kennedy will leave Ole Miss as the winningest coach in program history, after taking over for a program that was a perennial cellar-dweller. Andy Kennedy entered the season with 234 wins...
Last week, I broke down all of the conference’s teams into groups – those who are contending for double-byes; the logjam in the middle; and the conference cellar. As these things tend to happen, it all went to crap within a matter of days. Teams lost games they shouldn’t, and new teams emerged into the conference races. With that being said, I’m going to group them again, and we’ll hope they decide to act right this weekend.
At the halfway mark, the SEC is setting up for yet another intriguing race for the double-byes in the conference tournament, while also having quite the log jam in the middle of the conference. Also, there is quite the competition for player of the year.
Ole Miss faced, quite literally, their biggest challenge of the season at Texas in the SEC/Big-12 challenge. Ole Miss met Mohamed Bamba, and they did not enjoy it.
The annual SEC/Big-12 challenge is this weekend. How does the SEC hierarchy stack up as they prepare for the challenge that they have never won?
The mayhem that is SEC basketball struck again as another top team fell on the road. I have (apparently) created some type of curse that comes with the top-spot in my power rankings, so who shall I curse this week?