The Tradition 2012 SEC Report

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  1. HotRod

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    Hellisan Schemin 'em up

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    Damn that's sick guys. I will sit down with a beer and read through these later, headed out the door now.
     
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    Wow great write up. Game will be live streamed tonite at 10 pm est.
     
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    Awesome write-up!

    We wont be broadcasting, but we'll be going crazy in party chat tonight at 10cst if anyone wants to hear Twist and I hoot and holler for an hour or two.
     
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    As we roll into week 10, the race for the division titles is close.

    East

    1. Georgia- The dawgs are in the drivers seat and control their own destiny. They have one loss on the season and it came last week at the hands of division foe Florida. Unless Ole Miss or Auburn can play lights out and play spoiler; it looks like the east will be represented by a CPU team.

    2. S. Carolina- The injury plagued Gamecocks are sitting with 2 losses coming in back to back weeks from Georgia and Florida. They have one conference game left against a tough Arkansas team next week. They need help from a shitty Ole Miss squad or an average Auburn squad to make it to the Georgia Dome. Of course if they lose to the Razorbacks it doesn't matter.

    3. Florida- Florida is sitting at 4-3 in the conference and finish up conference play against Mizzou this week. If they win they solidify at least 3rd in the conference. The Gators are on a three game winning streak and have the home field advantage against a struggling Mizzou team that lost to Kentucky last week.

    4. Mizzou- Missouri is getting a rude welcoming to the SEC. The Tigers sit 2-3 in conference and still have three games left against Florida, Tenn, and A&M. It wouldn't be a surprise to see the Tigers finish 3-5 in conference this season.

    5. Kentucky- The Wildcats are in their natural habitat at the bottom of the east. They have 2 wins in conference against teams they shouldn't have beat, Mizzou and Florida.

    6. Tennessee- The Vols are struggling this season. They have just one conference win upsetting Alabama. The Vols need to win 3 of their last 4 games just to become bowl eligible.

    7. Vanderbilt- Enough Said.
     
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