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Less than a Month for South Carolina Football – 2017 SEC Prediction & Preview

Less than a Month for South Carolina Football – 2017 SEC Prediction & Preview

The SEC football is recuperating from a low year; however, anticipations are skyrocketing in both West and East Divisions. A full report and analysis is given here.

Halfway of August is now over and this interprets that the college football season is about to begin. After facing a low key in the previous year SEC for which each team (not including Alabama) concluded with 4 defeats,this year is a fresh start with many hopes. Will Alabama maintain its domination this time? Will the teams of Georgia, Florida and LSU eventually live up to their fans’ expectations? Will any other SEC football teams come up on the horizon? Read on to find out!

Alabama Leads the Pinnacle for SEC

This element is quite apparent. It seems as if Alabama will never be the slayer it was before. Maybe Nick Saban is the best trainer for college football, as of now he has instruments like Bo Scarbrough and Jalen Hurts to utilize for offense. The extreme mash-up of defensive controllers must not show radical effects on the other end of the ball, and Saban considers this fact very well as the coach. His defense techniques maintain as the finest for the state’s best every year owing to team members as cornerback player like Minkah Fitzpatrick. Alabama has a rugged physical team for football and there are good reasons the Crimson Tides have bagged 4 national honors ever since 2009. Will there emerge another battle appearance for the team to even the score of last year’s horrible defeat? Watch out for Alabama to stay updated the SEC, despite they were checked previously against a powerful Florida on 2nd September in Atlanta.

Georgia Triumphs the East

It appears as though each year there is loads of propaganda for the Georgia Bulldogs. The same thing happens this year too with valid reasons: ex-Gatorade player of the year, Jacob Eason, makes a comeback as under-center for Georgia, whilst Nick Chubb returns as run back. This time’s head coach comes as Kirby Smart.The sack leader of 2016, Trent Thompson also makes a comeback as defensive tackle to assist The Bulldogs defense. The lookout for this season is Eason getting on as the passer. He displayed bits of splendid performance in 2016 with a couple of 300 yards presentations but he never maintained this stance every week. So,even as he had a good year under his sleeve, his previous acts could be of use for the Bulldogs this season. The Florida team ‘Gators’ might have an upper hand on the Georgians for the East; however, Florida’s strong home opener and the Eaton appearance against Michigan team ‘Wolverines’ at Jerry World, GA could ward them off.

Derrius Guice Potential Runner for Tigers

Among the top backs of American college football is Guice who is destined to display a Heisman Trophy effect season for Louisiana State University Tigers. Guice delivers a splendid combination of agility, grace and speed, and is atop the list of several experts for the runner back position. The junior runner back has tremendous potential for the game coming off a15 touchdown/ 1387 yards season for LSU Tigers. It would be exciting for Louisianan followersto watch Guice hammering the rocks every week this season.Indeed, this year’s American football betting could get warmer for the ardent fan followers especially with Georgia priced at 33/1 on Betway.com to win the College Football Championship.

Kentucky Gets a Move Ahead

Several missiles point skywards for Kentucky’s Wildcats football team as they appear on a capable .500 expected season. Chief trainer Mark Stoops has great expectations to maintain the total number of wins building up as they return the mass of their starter on last season. This includes quarterback Stephen Johnson who had bagged 7 out of 11 commences in his previous sessions. The Wildcats went ahead for a college record with 3046 yards the previous season and look forward maintain a heavy position with amateur player Benny Snell on running back. The team’s defense continues with improvement and could prove it all over again for this year too. This could come out as an extraordinary year for Kentucky as they anticipate a bowl game for the 2nd session repeatedly.
So which is your favorite team for this SEC college football game? Do write in your comments in the section below!

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