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September 19, 2012

 
In this week’s installment, The Daily Mississippian’s sports editor David Collier will rank the 14 Southeastern Conference teams. Opponents, game times and television networks are also included for each team.

 
1. Alabama (3-0, 1-0 SEC, 1st last week)
 
If anyone wasn’t already impressed with Alabama in the first two weeks of the season, they have to be after the Crimson Tide trampled the Arkansas Razorbacks on the road last weekend 52-0. Although Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson was sidelined with a head injury, it’s still really impressive what Nick Saban and his squad have been able to accomplish in the first few weeks of the year.  
 
This week: Florida Atlantic (1-2), 4 p.m., PPV

September 19, 2012

 
In this week’s installment, The Daily Mississippian’s sports editor David Collier will rank the 14 Southeastern Conference teams. Opponents, game times and television networks are also included for each team.

 
1. Alabama (3-0, 1-0 SEC, 1st last week)
 
If anyone wasn’t already impressed with Alabama in the first two weeks of the season, they have to be after the Crimson Tide trampled the Arkansas Razorbacks on the road last weekend 52-0. Although Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson was sidelined with a head injury, it’s still really impressive what Nick Saban and his squad have been able to accomplish in the first few weeks of the year.  
 
This week: Florida Atlantic (1-2), 4 p.m., PPV

November 28, 2011

LARRY FEDORA, 49, Southern Miss Head Coach

This Season: 10-2, 6-2 C-USA

Head Coaching Record: 31-19

Past Coaching Experience: Baylors WRs/TEs/RBs (1991-96), Air Force QBs/WRs (1997-98), Middle Tennessee OC (1999-2001), Florida OC (2002-04), Oklahoma State OC (2005-07), Southern Miss HC (2008-Present)

September 22, 2011

The Daily Mississippian sports editor Austin Miller spoke with ESPN senior writer Pat Forde via e-mail about the state of the Ole Miss football program and the importance of Saturday’s Ole Miss-Georgia game for both teams and coaches. His thoughts below:

Austin Miller: What is the outside, the national perception after Ole Miss' loss to Vanderbilt on Saturday?

September 21, 2011

Austin Miller: Talk about the importance of Saturday’s game for both teams and both coaches.

Nick Parker: Mark Richt was asked (Tuesday) at his press conference at 12 what he thought about this game being label the ‘Hot Seat Bowl’ and he didn’t seem too appreciative of it. You got to think it’s an applicable moniker for this. I think it’s a hugely important game for both coaches.

AM: How has Georgia looked through three games and why is Mark Richt on the heat seat?

September 21, 2011

Austin Miller: Talk about the importance of Saturday’s game for both teams and both coaches.

Nick Parker: Mark Richt was asked (Tuesday) at his press conference at 12 what he thought about this game being label the ‘Hot Seat Bowl’ and he didn’t seem too appreciative of it. You got to think it’s an applicable moniker for this. I think it’s a hugely important game for both coaches.

AM: How has Georgia looked through three games and why is Mark Richt on the heat seat?

June 21, 2011

 

Remember the Ole Miss/Arkansas game in 1999 that included Deuce McAllister’s 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown on the first play?

How about the opening kickoff of the second half of Super Bowl XLIV when the Saints successfully recovered an onside kick? Or Devin Hester’s touchdown return at the beginning of Super Bowl XLI during his rookie year?

June 21, 2011

 

Remember the Ole Miss/Arkansas game in 1999 that included Deuce McAllister’s 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown on the first play?

How about the opening kickoff of the second half of Super Bowl XLIV when the Saints successfully recovered an onside kick? Or Devin Hester’s touchdown return at the beginning of Super Bowl XLI during his rookie year?

December 1, 2010

1. Auburn (12-0 overall, 8-0 SEC): While Cam Newton could take up an entire highlight reel this year with did-you-see-that plays, Newton made his best play of year on Tuesday when he scrambled out of NCAA ineligibility. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the 2010 recipient of the Heisman Trophy, Mr. Cameron Newton. 

 

1. Auburn (12-0 overall, 8-0 SEC): While Cam Newton could take up an entire highlight reel this year with did-you-see-that plays, Newton made his best play of year on Tuesday when he scrambled out of NCAA ineligibility. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the 2010 recipient of the Heisman Trophy, Mr. Cameron Newton. 

 

November 18, 2010

 

1. Auburn (11- 0 overall, 7-0 SEC, 1st last week): The Tigers went “all in” with their decision to play embattled quarterback Cam Newton in a Southeastern Conference West clinching win over Georgia. Auburn’s decision makes sense: If the allegations of Newton accepting extra benefits are true, then the Tigers are in big trouble whether Newton played or not.

 

1. Auburn (11- 0 overall, 7-0 SEC, 1st last week): The Tigers went “all in” with their decision to play embattled quarterback Cam Newton in a Southeastern Conference West clinching win over Georgia. Auburn’s decision makes sense: If the allegations of Newton accepting extra benefits are true, then the Tigers are in big trouble whether Newton played or not.

November 11, 2010

 

1. Auburn (10-0 overall, 6-0 in SEC, 1st last week): Amid harrowing accusations of major NCAA violations, quarterback Cam Newton once again put on a show, albeit against UT-Chattanooga. 

October 28, 2010

1. Auburn (8-0 overall, 5-0 SEC, 1st last week): The only college football player comparable to Cam Newton is Tim Tebow, and to be honest I’d take Newton any day. 

 

1. Auburn (8-0 overall, 5-0 SEC, 1st last week): The only college football player comparable to Cam Newton is Tim Tebow, and to be honest I’d take Newton any day. 

October 7, 2010

Since Ole Miss has a much-needed bye week before heading to Tuscaloosa next weekend, football beat writer Bennett Hipp previews the Southeastern Conference games this week. 

 

Since Ole Miss has a much-needed bye week before heading to Tuscaloosa next weekend, football beat writer Bennett Hipp previews the Southeastern Conference games this week. 

 

October 7, 2010

Since Ole Miss has a much-needed bye week before heading to Tuscaloosa next weekend, football beat writer Bennett Hipp previews the Southeastern Conference games this week. 

 

Since Ole Miss has a much-needed bye week before heading to Tuscaloosa next weekend, football beat writer Bennett Hipp previews the Southeastern Conference games this week. 

 

September 29, 2010

1. Alabama (4-0 overall, 2-0 in SEC, 1st last week): Another national championship looked as likely as Bear Bryant rising from the dead at one point on Saturday. The Crimson Tide, trailing throughout most of the afternoon at Arkansas, can thank an inspired secondary (three picks off Ryan Mallett) and the unstoppable forces of Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson for the comeback victory.

 

1. Alabama (4-0 overall, 2-0 in SEC, 1st last week): Another national championship looked as likely as Bear Bryant rising from the dead at one point on Saturday. The Crimson Tide, trailing throughout most of the afternoon at Arkansas, can thank an inspired secondary (three picks off Ryan Mallett) and the unstoppable forces of Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson for the comeback victory.

 

September 23, 2010

1. Alabama (3-0 overall, 0-0 in SEC, 1st last week): He’s back. Last year’s Heisman trophy winner, Mark Ingram, made his triumphant return from a knee injury against Duke and picked up just where he left off. Ingram carried the ball only nine times, but had two runs of around 50 yards. With Ingram and star defensive end Marcel Dareus (suspension) back, the Crimson Tide look poised to capture consecutive national championships. 

 

July 27, 2010

1. Nick Saban: Nicholas Lou Saban has plenty of “haters” (many of them in Baton Rouge and Miami), but it’s impossible to argue that Saban’s approach to coaching college football isn’t a sure-fire recipe for success.

1. Nick Saban: Nicholas Lou Saban has plenty of “haters” (many of them in Baton Rouge and Miami), but it’s impossible to argue that Saban’s approach to coaching college football isn’t a sure-fire recipe for success.