2010 SEC Preview Im gonna try to drop one of these a day for all three of the conferences..... COACHING NOTES: Lawdogâ€™s strengths are running and defense. This falls in line with what 2011 is all about. Expect him to be a force for the entire dynasty and win several national titles at Ole Miss. THE SCHEME: Expect a option attack as Lawdog gets his players into the program. An option rushing attack, has always been the focal point of Lawdogâ€™s offenses. Keep an eye on RB Brandon Bolden. He possesses home-run ability and is a good between-the-tackles runner. Randall Mackey, a quarterback who isn't in line to start, but look for him to be used in the "Wild Rebel" formation. Mackey is a developing passer who is ultra-athletic. Expect him to torture defenses as he grows and progresses in Lawdogâ€™s system. The Rebels still are loaded with playmakers at running back with Bolden, Enrique Davis and Rodney Scott. On the defensive side of the ball, The Rebels operate from a 4-3 set that plays with an aggressive bent; it's all about making big plays to get foes in compromising down-and-distance situations. Massive NT Jerrell Powe is a big-time anchor inside vs. the run. The defensive line is stacked and probably one of the best in the SEC if not the nation. Wayne Dorsey could be pass-rushing force Lawdogâ€™s needs. Free safety Damien Jackson, a headhunter with ball skills, could be an all-American this season. Jonathan Cornell and Allen Walker provide the foundation for a strong line backing corps and a salty front. COACHING NOTES: Khaalis is known for spreading the field and passing, Khaalis isnâ€™t a bashful about slinging the rock all over the field and putting up silly numbers. THE SCHEME: Kentucky's offense has two dynamic playmakers and some depth at the skill positions, starting with veterans Derrick Locke and Randall Cobb. Locke, is the scatback that should dominate in the spread attack that Khaalis should run. Cobb is a jack of all trades type of playerâ€¦. He can run the wildcat and effectively throw it, line up in the backfield and effectively line up in the slot and playing wide receiver extremely effectively. FS Winston Guy is probably the best player on defense. He's a big hitter, with the speed to play all over the field. The defensive line could become a strength. DE DeQuin Evans should be able to create serious havoc in Khaalis 4-3 defense. . COACHING NOTES: Dru50 is a newcomer to the Deuce, but his legend precedes him well. He is known as a coach with a pass first philosophy who can still pound the rock out if necessary. THE SCHEME: Dru steps into a Mississippi State team with a offensive line that is really solid. Vick Ballard may be the answer at HB, the juco transfer is talented. Coach Dru will have some real talent on the outside in wide receivers Chad Bumphis and Leon Berry, both are talented and big play threat. DE Pernell McPhee is a strong pass rusher who should give Mississippi State some credibility on the line. The Bulldogs are also strong at linebacker with K.J. Wright and Chris White. Sophomores CB Corey Broomfield and FS Jonathan Banks look to improve on their SEC all-freshmen selections. COACHING NOTES: Sanders has a really nice mixture to his game. He can ground and pound or air it out depending on his personnel. If he decides to stick with his current personnel grouping, airing it out could be the he choose to go, considering South Carolinaâ€™s personnel. THE SCHEME: True freshman Connor Shaw will probably be the QB of choice, a true freshman with a big armâ€¦ The Gamecocks have some serious talent in Alshon Jeffrey. Add in the strong capabilities of tight end Weslye Saunders, wide receivers Tori Gurley, Jason Barnes and D.L. Moore and Sanders could light the scoreboard with those weapons. But Sanders will have to develop some type of running game, the Gamecocks leading rusher last year was QB Stephen Garcia. On the defensive side, South Carolina should be strong on this side of the ball with many quality starters returning including the bulk of their secondary. There is still a lot of talent returning to this stingy defense, especially in the secondary. The leading tackler from last year Shaq Wilson will be returning and should flourish in Sanders aggressive 4-3 defense.