(October 18, 2018)
The results from last week were more to the liking of the panel.
(October 17, 2018)
BIRMINGHAM – Kentucky was predicted to win the 2019 Southeastern Conference men’s basketball championship in voting by a select panel of both SEC and national media members.
The Wildcats are the overall preseason favorite for the 14th time since the 1998-99 season.
Auburn was selected third and Alabama seventh in the poll.
(October 11, 2018)
Last week, the magic number was nine.
Actually, it wasn’t too magical in that six of the nine members of the panel got that many correct and that was the high watermark for the week.
(October 3, 2018)
Tim Gayle continues to put up record-breaking numbers and maintains a bigger lead after six weeks of picks.
(September 26, 2018)
The leaderboard didn’t change with Tim Gayle still leading the way.
But the entire group enjoyed a good week of picks with Mike Peacock leading the way (13-2). He is part of a three-way tie for fifth.
(September 19, 2018)
Tim Gayle continued his impressive start with another steller week to maintain a lead among the panel.
Gayle missed just two picks last week to increase his lead over Michael Butler and Doug Amos.
(September 19, 2018)
The Southeastern Conference today announced the football schedules for all 14 SEC schools for the 2019 season.
With 14 playing weekends, the 2019 schedule includes two open dates for each team and conference contests scheduled each week.
(September 13, 2018)
Rick Hendrick had the best week but there was no change at the top of this week’s standings.
Hendrick finished with a week-best 13-2 record and moved up the standings but Tim Gayle and Michael Butler continue to lead the overall standings.
(September 5, 2018)
The top of the leaderboard has the same name but the rest of the list got a shake-up.
Rumors have persisted all summer that Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts will transfer at some point. (Photo courtesy Unv Alabama Media Relations)
By Graham Dunn
(August 31, 2018)
Summer is over… thank God! Enough of the predictions.
Well, maybe not. We’ve heard enough to cause convulsions but it’s time to put to rest a few of the ridiculous soundbytes that still have our ears ringing.
And yes, that includes those we heard soon after Texas A&M’s “incredible” victory over hapless Northwestern State (get ready for a few more of those after the weekend).