derek harryman tsi sports editor, firstname.lastname@example.org As we all saw Monday night, Notre Dame had absolutely zero business in the BCS National Championship game. The Fighting Irish wouldn’t beat Ole Miss, the fifth ranked team in the SEC West.
derek harryman tsi sports editor, email@example.com Notre Dame did non-SEC fans a favor by beating Southern California last week; now the rest of the country won’t have to watch a second straight all-SEC national title game. Although I must admit that watching Florida play either Alabama or having a rematch of the World’s Largest Outdoor […]
derek harrymantsi sports editor, firstname.lastname@example.org Derek Dooley was fired Sunday after an embarrassing loss to Vanderbilt last weekend, putting to an end to three years of near misses and disappointment. Dooley’s tenure at Tennessee was not a complete failure; he was a very good recruiter and stabilized a program that was on the brink of […]
derek harryman tsi sports editor, email@example.com There are several great story lines in the SEC this week, first there is the tremendous outpouring of support for Marcus Lattimore, there is also the fact that Mississippi State is going to be wearing the “snow bowl” uniforms against Texas A&M; personally I think they are the best […]
derek harryman tsi sports editor, firstname.lastname@example.org Florida proved they are right in the mix for the SEC East last week with an upset win over LSU, South Carolina put the rest of the SEC on notice by decimating Georgia and the rest of the league was pretty status quo. This week things could get even […]
derek harryman tsi sports editor, email@example.com Last week’s most entertaining SEC ame was by-far Tennessee at Georgia, especially if you are a Georgia fan; this week the SEC schedule starts getting good. Finally it is time to start finding out who really belongs at the top and who is a pretender. Tennessee has been involved […]