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You have seen Sanford Stadium in replica—now introducing the LSU tigers Death Valley stadium replica. Now available here on GeorgiaDawgHouse.com.

 

 

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SEC Nation, the new SEC Network’s traveling pregame show originating from a different SEC campus each week

SEC Nation - April 16, 2014

On Tuesday ESPN announced that College GameDay will kickoff off the college football season broadcasting from the Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas which features defending national champion Florida State against Oklahoma State.

Wonder if that would be the case had Auburn hung on to win against the Seminoles in the Rose Bowl? Perhaps Chris Fowler, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard and David Pollack would be at Auburn instead.

Regardless, the Tigers season-opening clash with SEC West rival Arkansas won’t be without its own on-site pregame show. SEC Nation, the new SEC Network’s traveling pregame show originating from a different SEC campus each week, will be on The Plains for the first Saturday of college football.

Host Joe Tessitore will be joined by three commentators that have pretty good insight about the SEC. Radio show host Paul Finebaum, the voice of the SEC football fan, joins Tessitore along with two former SEC players: Heisman trophy winner and former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow as well former LSU defensive end and NFL veteran Marcus Spears.

Auburn hopes to continue to have a winning record when an ESPN produced show involves the Tigers. The Tigers are 8-7 when GameDay broadcasts from the site of an Auburn game, 5-3 when the show originates from Auburn.

On Aug. 30 Auburn fans can remind both Tebow and Spears that neither of them were successful when it came to playing at Jordan-Hare. The two were a combined 0-3.

LSU came to Auburn both times ranked in the Top 10 with Spears on the roster and lost. In 2002 unranked Auburn intercepted Marcus Randall four times, making his second start for the injured Matt Mauck, en route to a 31-7 shellacking of the No. 10 Tigers. Two years later Auburn, ranked No. 14 at the time, score a touchdown in the last minute, to defeat No. 4 LSU 10-9. In 2001, while hosting Tebow and the unbeaten and No. 2 Gators, Auburn scored 19 unanswered points to knock off Florida 27-17.

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HOOVER, Ala. — Georgia coach Mark Richt did not lose just a quarterback.

When Aaron Murray‘s four seasons finally ended, Richt lost the heart and soul of his program, the SEC‘s all-time leading passer and a player who had become like a son to Richt and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo.

“Aaron, obviously a great player, a great leader, just a great person,” Richt said Thursday at SEC Media Days. “When you lose a guy like that, it can be tough.”

Murray’s level of production was unprecedented in SEC history, as was his presence during his time at Georgia.

 

“He did a great job of leading us, man,” All-SEC tailback Todd Gurley said. “He’ll definitely be missed.”

But Richt and the Bulldogs also know it is time, sadly, to turn the page.

Luckily for Georgia, fifth-year senior Hutson Mason has patiently waited his chance to lead the team.

“Hutson’s been a field general and a leader and done a great job getting the team to rally around him,” senior wide receiver Chris Conley said. “He knows the offense. He’s been here five years. I think the offense will be in good hands.”

Mason got a long-awaited chance to test drive the offense after Murray tore the ACL in his left knee during a 59-17 win last Nov. 23 against Kentucky.

By the time the season ended with a 320-yard passing day during a 24-19 loss to Nebraska in the Gator Bowl, Mason had established himself the team’s quarterback.

“We were with Hutson the whole bowl season,” Gurley said. “We were kind of used to being around him. It wasn’t just like some new quarterback that hadn’t been around, like a freshman or something.

“He’s been around since I’ve been at Georgia.” Read the rest of this entry

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Take note that it is predicted Auburn or Alabama vs Georgia or South Carolina…….for West and the East in the SEC
By JOHN ZENOR (AP Sports Writer)23 hours agoAP – Sports
NCAA, QBs shift among topics at SEC media days

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Auburn coach Gus Malzahan watches the first half of the NCAA college football team’s annual A Day …
There’s plenty of issues to discuss in the Southeastern Conference.

The league opens its annual media days – four days instead of three now – on Monday in Hoover, Alabama with radical change in the college athletic model appearing imminent and the SEC Network soon to take the airwaves.

Football will also be on the agenda, of course; Florida State ended the SEC’s seven-year run of national titles by beating Auburn. Six SEC teams will be led by new starting quarterbacks after an exodus that included big names like Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel, Alabama’s AJ McCarron and Georgia’s Aaron Murray.

SEC Commissioner Mike Slive opens with his annual address. Auburn’s Gus Malzahn, whose Tigers matched the biggest one-season turnaround in college football during his debut, will be the first coach to address the media. The SEC issued about 1,100 credentials for the event in suburban Birmingham.

Here are 5 things to watch at SEC media days: Read the rest of this entry

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