It’s Week 5 of the 2019 college football season and SI is taking a look at some of the sport’s best rivalries. This week No. 2 Alabama faces fellow SEC charter member Ole Miss in Tuscaloosa.
Rivalry week is finally upon us, college football fans and the SEC’s most heated rivalry renews in the Plains as No. 5 Alabama faces No. 15 Auburn. The matchup made its debut in 1893 and has been played 83 times with Alabama leading the series 46-36-1. While the home team has won ...read more
Georgia-Tennessee is a rivalry that dates back to 1899 and while the series is tied at 23-23-2, the programs are headed in different directions. Led by quarterback Jake Fromm and tailback D’Andre Swift, the Georgia Bulldogs look to avoid a letdown from their win over Notre Dame ...read more
In a rivalry that dates back to 1892, Georgia-Auburn is set to meet for the 124th time in what’s known as the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry. Both sides boast some of college football’s stingiest defenses paired with dominant rushing attacks. SI’s Amy Campbell breaks down this SEC ...read more
The SEC has always been lauded for their power on both sides of the ball - and while the offenses continue to show out and post big numbers, the defenses are lacking across the conference. SI senior writer Pat Forde joined SI's Robin Lundberg to discuss the disparity between the ...read more
Alabama lost some key players to the NFL Draft, but when you're Alabama, depth is never a problem. The Crimson Tide also managed to keep its entire coaching staff on from last season - so how will Nick Saban and Alabama fare in the 2020 season? Here to break down the 2020 Crimson ...read more
With the college football regular season winding down, one of the sport’s oldest and most prestigious rivalries kicks off Saturday with the Harvard Crimson and the Yale Bulldogs meeting for the 136th rendition of “The Game.” Yale holds a 67-60-8 edge over Harvard in the third ...read more
The SEC has fined at least three teams for not adhering to COVID-19 protocols. SI’s Ross Dellenger reports that the fines, which were doled out to Ole Miss, Texas A&M & Tennessee, are primarily connected to sideline mask-wearing behavior from coaches, support staff members, and ...read more