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September 21, 2011
September 7, 2011

 

July 7, 2011

 

Each Friday, The Daily Mississippian’s Bennett Hipp will rank the 12 SEC teams by position as part of an eight-week series. Next week: Running backs.

 

1. Arkansas: The Razorbacks lost star tight end D.J. Williams to the draft, but return the best receiving corp in the Southeastern Conference. The senior trio of Joe Adams, Jarius Wright, and Greg Childs will give junior quarterback Tyler Wilson plenty of options through the air. Childs hauled in 46 catches for 659 yards and six touchdowns before injuring his knee late last season. Adams and Wright combined for over 1,500 yards and 11 touchdowns. Junior tight end Chris Gragg has the task of filling the large shoes left behind by Williams.

June 23, 2011

 

With college football only a few months away, it’s time to take an early look at the Southeastern Conference heading into the summer months. Each Friday, The Daily Mississippian’s Bennett Hipp will rank the 12 SEC teams by position as part of an eight-week series. Next week: Offensive line

 

1. Georgia: There’s not a more well-rounded special teams unit than the one residing in Athens. Senior kicker Blair Walsh returns after making 20 of 23 field goals last season for an 87-percent field goal percentage, which was second in the conference. Senior Drew Butler averaged just more than 44 yards a punt last season and is one of the SEC’s best. The Bulldogs also have a nice pair of return men in senior cornerback Brandon Boykin and junior cornerback Branden Smith. 

July 8, 2010

 

1. Arkansas: It will be a pickyour- poison approach for Southeastern Conference defensive coordinators this fall in regard to the Razorbacks’ core nucleus of receivers – Greg Childs, Jarius Wright and Joe Adams. Arkansas’ wideopen offensive style makes this group even more dangerous.

 

1. Arkansas: It will be a pickyour- poison approach for Southeastern Conference defensive coordinators this fall in regard to the Razorbacks’ core nucleus of receivers – Greg Childs, Jarius Wright and Joe Adams. Arkansas’ wideopen offensive style makes this group even more dangerous.