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SEC Football Media Days links: Georgia ready for title run

Links from SEC Football Media Days:

Tyler Horka of the Clarion-Ledger ranks the SEC football coaches by how secure they are in their jobs.

SEC football scheduling should evolve, says Dan Wolken of USA Today.

Georgia is the smart pick to win the SEC if Kirby Smart can overcome ghosts, says Joseph Goodman of

Jake Fromm is Georgia’s peerless leader, writes Mark Bradley of the AJC.

Georgia tries to climb the mountain again, writes Scott Rabalais of The Advocate.

A pair of Georgia freshmen earn positive reviews, reports Brandon Sudge of the Macon Telegraph.

Texas A&M’s Kellen Mond says he’s the best quarterback in the SEC, reports CBS Sports.

Peyton Manning likes Tennessee’s quarterback, so why don’t you? Asks Joe Rexrode of the Tennessean.

Jay Greeson of the Chattanooga Times Free Press liked what he heard from Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt.

Ole Miss knows Missouri’s NCAA blues, writes Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Missouri cornerback found leadership role after being blamed for loss to Kentucky, reports Kansas City Star.

Steve Spurrier gave his thoughts at SEC Football Media Days, reports Ben Breiner of The State.

SEC football standings 2018


  • Georgia 7-1/11-3
  • Kentucky 5-3/10-3
  • Florida 5-3/10-3
  • South Carolina 4-4/7-6
  • Missouri 4-4/8-5
  • Vanderbilt 3-5/6-7
  • Tennessee 2-6/5-7


  • Alabama 8-0/14-1
  • Texas A&M 5-3/9-4
  • LSU 5-3/10-3
  • Miss State 4-4/8-5
  • Auburn 3-5/8-5
  • Ole Miss 1-7/5-7
  • Arkansas 0-8/2-10
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John Clay is a sports columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader. A native of Central Kentucky, he covered UK football from 1987 until being named sports columnist in 2000. He has covered 20 Final Fours and 37 consecutive Kentucky Derbys.
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