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SCS.comSEC FOOTBALL STARTING OUT STRONG
September 1, 2004
By Brent Meyer, SCS.com SEC Columnist
Everyone is hyping up the LSU-Oregon State game this weekend, but there are many interesting matchups this week outside of that game. This week will show the SEC fans and the nation what the offseason has produced. Before the first game has even got underway, there have been multiple injuries and suspensions to various players throughout the SEC....[MORE]

SCS.comSEC WEEK ONE PREVIEW
SCS.com August 31, 2004
By Rob Mills, SCS.com SEC Columnist
Well, the college football season is finally upon us. While many of these games appear to be mismatches, these games are often more important than conference games later in the year. These are the games that help determine the strength of opponent components for the BCS....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 SEC
SCS.com August 25, 2004
By Rob Mills, SCS.com SEC Columnist
2003 saw the SEC grab a share of the national championship for the first time in five years with the split national championship between LSU and USC. This was the first national championship in football for the SEC since the 1998 Tennessee Volunteers won the first BCS title....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 SEC
SCS.com August 19, 2004
By Brent Meyer, SCS.com SEC Columnist
Nothing beats a college football game in the south. A conference compiled of teams from nine different states, yet all of them share a common bond - football. Zipp Newman, formerly of the Birmingham News, said it best when he stated, "Football is a religion in the Southland...."[MORE]

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