Browsing Posts tagged SEC Football

2012 Vanderbilt Preview Biggest Loss Chris Marve- Linebacker, Marve led the Commodores in tackles, he also had three sacks, and an interception. Speaking purely from a Tennessee standpoint, it seemed like Marve was all over the field last November, he will be a tough replacement for Vanderbilt. Most Important Returning Player Jordan Rodgers, Aaron’s little […]

It’s Hate Week here at 3SIB. And we all know what it means. Maybe with Texas A&M coming into the league, Tennessee and Alabama will not only play still every year, but they will play on the THIRD SATURDAY IN OCTOBER, not normally the fourth and sometimes the third. But nevertheless, I am going to […]

Saturday was disappointing on a variety of fronts, but it would be super, super easy to go all Chicken Little, and say the sky was falling. Bad things happen, adversity happens, and injuries happen. Tyler Bray is out for a while. Broken thumb. No way we see him the rest of this month. Maybe we’ll […]

The University of Tennessee’s football team  is 3-1. Not a shock to anybody really. Tennessee has beaten the teams it was supposed to beat. It lost in the The Swamp. There isn’t a game among them that is truly surprising, unless you feel that smashing Cincinnati is worth something. . Losing Justin Hunter against Florida […]

Tennessee lost to Florida 33-23 in Gainesville yesterday, in a game that wasn’t as close as the score. There were a few bright spots, several bad ones, and unfortunately a few ugly ones. There was also a sad spot, as Justin Hunter was lost for the year as he tore his ACL, coming down with […]

My Hate Week


Full Disclosure: I know the title of this blog, and I know that the third week in October is supposed to be our “Hate Week”. I really, really get that. But I’m gonna be real frank here. I don’t like Alabama, but I respect the heck out of them. I HATE FLORIDA MORE! For those […]

A.J. McCarron has proven he is Alabama’s quarterback after one game.  Phillip Sims is going to be great one day, but as of September 4, 2011, A.J. McCarron has it.   A question I asked myself over and over yesterday was, “Could Sims have done what McCarron did if he had the opportunity to start […]

The dog days of summer are almost over and all the talk will finally subside to make way for actual football. What better way to kick off fall practice than to take a game-by-game look at Alabama’s 2011 schedule? We won’t be splitting the atom or analyzing the depth chart by any means. It’s just […]

There were some rumblings in the past week about SEC expansion. Specifically, Texas A&M and Oklahoma are interested in joining the greatest conference in the world, and get away from the Texas 12. A fourteen team SEC would make a strong conference even stronger. However, Oklahoma isn’t coming without Oklahoma State, and a fifteen team […]