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Jan 2 College Football Bowl Predictions


Rose Bowl– Pasadena, CA

Penn State (101.09) 11-2  vs. USC (126.99) 9-3

Trojans by 10


Outback Bowl– Tampa, FL

Florida (49.18) 8-4  vs. Iowa (71.70) 8-4

Hawkeyes by 3


Goodyear Cotton Bowl– Arlington, TX

Western Michigan (113.57) 13-0 vs. Wisconsin (110.62) 10-3

Broncos by 1


AllState Sugar Bowl– New Orleans, LA

Auburn (86.91) 8-4 vs. Oklahoma (102.27) 10-2

Sooners by 6



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Five from SEC among college football’s most winningest teams since 2003 | Saturday Down South

According to Jon Cooper at Saturday Down South blog ,five SEC programs are among college football’s most winningest teams since 2003.

1. Boise State 125
2. LSU 117
2. Oklahoma 117
4. Ohio State 115
4. USC 115
6. Texas 109
7. Virginia Tech 107
8. Oregon 106
9. Alabama 105
10. Georgia 104

10. TCU 104

12. Wisconsin 103

13. Florida 102

13. Florida State 102
15. Auburn 100

(H/T: David Johnson/ Facebook and Jon Cooper/ Saturday Down South)

Florida Wins Womens College World Series Title

Rack up another national title by an SEC School as the Lady Gators from Florida won the Women’s College World Series Title.  Senior right-handed pitcher Hannah Rogers did not start Tuesday night’s game for the Florida Gators, but her steady hand and tremendous command closed out the final two innings of the Women’s College World Series Championship Series, helping Florida softball (55-12) earn the first National Championship in program history on the back of a 6-3 win over the Alabama Crimson Tide (53-13).  According to OnlyGators.com Florida outscored its opponents 81-10 in the 2014 NCAA Tournament with eight shutouts and six run-rule victories.

(H/T: OnlyGators.com and SEC Digital Network)

SEC Softball in the NCAA Super Regionals: Lady Cats, Gators, and Tide

Three SEC softball teams advanced in the NCAA Super Regionals to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City on Sunday, as Florida beat Washington by a score of 8-0, while Kentucky won a pair on Sunday against UCLA 7-3 and 7-1 to reach the promised land of college softball.  The two squads join the Lady Crimson Tide of Alabama in Oklahoma City to give this year’s tournament a definite SEC flavor.

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(H/T:  SEC Digital Network)



Five SEC Schools Advance to NCAA Softball Super-Regionals: Lady Vols, Tide, Gators, Wildcats, Bulldogs

The Lady softball versions of the Tennessee Volunteers, the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Florida Gators, the Kentucky Wildcats, and the Georgia Bulldogs  all advanced to NCAA Super-Regional play on Sunday.

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Check out “Kentucky Wildcats TV: UK Softball Wins NCAA Regional vs. DePaul” on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/95683819 

(H/T: NCAA.com)

Connecticut Downs Florida Gators, Advances to National Championship

The Connecticut Huskies controlled the tempo after overcoming an early 7-0 deficit and hung on to defeat the Florida Gators 63-53 in Saturday’s first Final Four game, and secured a spot in Monday night’s National Championship game.

Connecticut Junior forward DeAndre Daniels was the critical contributor for U Conn, amassing 20 points and 10 rebounds in U Conn’s dominant performance.

(H/T:  Hayden Bird/ Streetwise Media and NCAA.com)

March Madness: U Conn Downs Michigan State to Earn Third Spot in Final Four


One Final Four game as set, as the Florida Gators will face the Connecticut Huskies, whom downed the Michigan State Spartans by the score of 60-54 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.   Shabazz Napier scored 17 of his 25 points in the second half.  He hit three huge free throws with 37.6 seconds left to carry UConn to the Final Four.

U Conn Downs Michigan State to Move On to Final Four

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(H/T:  Rachel Cohen/ AP and Max Emfinger/ Around The SEC)

Gators and Badgers Advance to Final Four

The Florida Gators and Wisconsin Badgers were the first two teams to nail their spots down in the Final Four on Saturday. The final two spots will be determined on Sunday as Kentucky faces Michigan, while Connecticut faces Michigan State.

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NCAA Tournament Elite Eight: How They Got Here

Elite Eight          Conference

1.  Florida             Southeastern


UCLA (2-1)             Pacific Twelve

Pitt  (1-1)                Atlantic Coast

Albany (0-1)          America East


2.Arizona               Pacific Twelve


S.D. St. (2-1)           Mountain West

Gonzaga (1-1)       West Coast

Weber St. (0-1)      Big Sky


3.Dayton                Atlantic Ten


Stanford (2-1)        Pacific Twelve

Syracuse (1-1)       Atlantic Coast

Ohio St.  (0-1)        Big Ten


4.Wisconsin           Big Ten


Baylor (2-1)           Big Twelve

Oregon (1-1)        Pacific Twelve

American (0-1)     Patriot


5.Mich. St.              Big Ten


Virginia (2-1)         Atlantic Coast

Harvard (1-1)       Ivy League

Delaware (0-1)    Colonial Athletic


6.U Conn              American Athletic


Iowa St. (2-1)      Big Twelve

Villanova (1-1)    Big East

St. Joes     (0-1)    Atlantic Ten


7.Kentucky         Southeastern


Louisville (2-1)  American Athletic

Wichita St(1-1)  Missouri Valley

Kansas St(0-1)  Big Twelve


8.Michigan          Big Ten


Tennessee(3-1) Southeastern

Texas (1-1)         Big Twelve

Wofford (0-1)    Southern





Top Ranked Florida Gators Down UCLA to Enter Elite Eight

The Florida Gators downed the UCLA Bruins by a score of  79-68 in the NCAA Tournament South Region semifinals at the FedEx Forum that put the Gators in very familiar territory, the Elite Eight.   The Gators (35-2), winners of 29 in a row, advanced to the South Region championship game Saturday where they’ll face 11th-seeded tournament darling Dayton (26-10) at 6:09 p.m., with the winner heading to the Final Four in Arlington, Texas next week. For UF and its incomparable senior class — which won for a school-record 118th time Thursday — the date with the Flyers will provide an opportunity to erase painful memories of Elite Eight losses in each of the last three seasons.

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(H/T:  Gator Zone)