SMT: Could Former LSU WR Be a Fantasy Football Steal?

 

Former LSU WR, Jarvis Landry, a Fantasy Football Hero in 2014? SEC fans already know what the NFL will soon be discovering. Current Miami Dolphin and former LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry can flat out produce. Possessing neither elite speed or agility, Landry is an old-school wide receiver that is going to defeat defensive backs through pin-point route running, precise body control and elite pass catching. Actually, we are underselling his hand strength, as current LSU offensive coordinator and former Ravens coordinator Cam Cameron stated Landry had some of the best mitts the long time coach had ever witnessed. Landry could be the steal of the 2014 NFL Draft, in regards to fantasy football potential, and might be the final piece to of the Fins’ offensive puzzle.

Dolphins WR Depth Chart: Anyone who watched the Dolphins in 2014 realizes Miami struggled at the slot position last year, mainly due to inconsistency at the receiver position and injuries from Brandon Gibson. With Landry taking most of the snaps at the X receiver (slot receiver) during spring OTA’s and summer workouts, it is foreseeable that Jarvis Landry could be an opening game starter. Moreover, with the speedy Mike Wallace, the dependable Brian Hartline at the outside wide receiver positions, forcing safeties play deeper than usual, Landry should have the opportunity to get behind slower linebackers in coverage and open the middle of the field and sidelines for Miami quarterback Ryan Tannelhill. Finally, last season the LSU standout had 77 receptions for 1,193 yards and ten touchdowns, if Landry can have half of this production from his senior year, the Dolphins will have one of the more dangerous receiver units in the NFL this upcoming season.

Other 2014 NFL Draft Selections from the SEC that will be great fantasy football picks:

  • Jordan Matthews (Eagles) – After trading DeSean Jackson within the division to the Redskins, with Jeremy Maclin’s inability to stay healthy and Riley Cooper’s mental instability, someone on the Eagles’ wide receiver depth chart will accumulate solid statistics in Chip Kelly’s high powered offense. Our man for the job, Jordan Matthews. The former Vanderbilt Commodore and the SEC’s all time leading pass catcher Jordan Matthews, will be the benefactor of great opportunity to catch passes in Philadelphia.
  • Donte Moncrief (Colts) – Much like his predecessor at quarterback in Indianapolis, Andrew Luck elevates average NFL wide receivers into All-Pro players. Is there a better example of Luck’s greatness than the play of Colts’ slot wide receiver Ty Hilton over the past two season? Moreover, with an aging Reggie Wayne coming off injury, former Volunteer Da’Rick Rogers still not developing into his potential and Hakeem Nicks years away from his All-Pro days, former Ole Miss wide receiver and 2014 Colts’ Draft selection, Donte Moncrief, should have a great opportunity to battle Ty Hilton for catches in 2014. Given Moncrief’s 6-3 stature, above average speed for his size and great hands, Colts’ head coach Chuck Pagano will find a manner to use this weapon.

 

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SMT: Names to Know in the Southeastern Conference in 2014

 

Shaq Roland, South Carolina, Junior. Shaq Roland, one of the most heralded high school wide receivers to ever hail from the Palmetto State, hopes this fall will be the season that fulfills his prophecy as the best receiver to suit up for the Gamecocks since Alshon Jeffrey. After a lackluster 2013 campaign, which saw him accumulate 25 catches for 455 yards and five touchdowns (mostly all against North Carolina), high roster turnover and uncertain depth, point towards Roland having the opportunity to become South Carolina’s most targeted pass catcher. Also, now that Bruce Ellington has departed for the 49ers, Roland is the only elite speedster, Gamecock first year starting quarterback Dylan Thompson has at his disposal. The 6-1, 195lbs, former Mr. Football in South Carolina, Roland should have his coming out party in 2014 and make his mark on the SEC.

Reggie Ragland, Alabama, Junior: Alabama’s Reggie Ragland projects to be another SEC player poised to become a household name in 2014, as he opens this season as the odds on favorite to starter next to returning starter and preseason All-SEC linebacker Trey DePriest. Ragland, who won the majority of snaps during spring practice will still have to preform at a high level this summer to keep former blue chip linebacker Reuben Foster from pushing up the linebacker depth chart. Such competition has traditionally drawn the best out of Crimson Tide defensive players in the past and should do the same for Ragland.

La’el Collins, LSU, Senior: The LSU coaching staff received an early 2014 Christmas present this past April, when La’el Collins, a sure fire first or second round 2014 NFL Draft selection, opted to return for his senior season and anchor what stands to be one of the best offensive lines in the SEC. Among vast array of very talented SEC offensive linemen, La’el Collins seems as likely as any to shoot up 2015 NFL draft boards, much like Auburn’s Greg Robinson did a year ago, and become a millionaire this time next year. Last, Collins has the rare mixture of size (6-5, 325lbs) to dominate at the line of scrimmage and the athleticism needed to get NFL general managers ready mortgage their futures for his services.

 

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SMT Reports: Legendary Bars & Restaurants of the SEC

Top Destinations at Each Southeastern Conference University: The culture of the Southeastern Conference is second to none in the landscape of college football. A small part of the tradition that drives the culture of each member institution are the local, but legendary restaurants and bars in each SEC town or city. Below you will find a few of the unique stops each SEC die-hard fan should visit in their lifetime. Live For Saturdays…

University of Missouri  - Harpo’s

Texas A&M University – The Dixie Chicken

University of Kentucky –  The World Famous Two Keys

University of Florida – The Swamp Bar

University of Alabama – Houndstooth Sports Bar

University of Mississippi – The Library

Auburn University – The War Eagle Supper Club

Louisiana State University – Walk Ons Bar

Arkansas University – Foghorn’s

University of Georgia – The Nowhere Bar

Vanderbilt University – The Flying Saucer

University of Tennessee – The Hill

Mississippi State University – Cowbell’s Sport Grill

University of South Carolina – Sharky’s Bar

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SMT: Ranking the SEC’s 2014 Football Uniforms

The SEC’s Top Uniforms: Recently Athlon Sports ranked the uniforms of all fourteen Southeastern Conference teams. Needless to say, the distinguished gentlemen of Saturday Morning Tailgate did not agree with their assessment. Below are the correct rankings:

1.) Texas A&M University – The Aggies

 

2.) Louisiana State University – The Bayou Bengals

 

3.) University of South Carolina – The Gamecocks

 

4.) University of Tennessee – The Volunteers

 

5.) University of Alabama – The Crimson Tide

 

6.) University of Florida – The Gators

 

7.) Auburn University – The Fighting War Eagles

 

8.) University of Georgia – The Bulldogs

 

9.) University of Mississippi – Rebels, Rebel Black Bears, Colonel Ackbars

 

10.) University of Missouri – The Midwestern Tigers

  

11.) University of Kentucky – The Wildcats

 

12.) University of Arkansas – The Razorbacks

 

13.) Vanderbilt University – The Commodores, Fighting Lionel Richies’

 

14.) Mississippi State University – The Bulldogs

 

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SMT Predictions: Top SEC Safeties of 2014

 

The SEC’s 2014 Safeties – All-American Candidates

Landon Collins, So., Alabama: In the day and age when rapid college football fans study recruiting websites like it’s their job, the SEC nation has known Landon Collins since he turned down hometown LSU (against his mother’s wishes) on national television, picking the Crimson Tide instead. Moreover, despite starting only nine games in 2013, Collins led the team in passes deflected and finished second in total tackles. Now in his first season as a full-time starter, the heavy hitter and glorified ball hawk, Landon Collins could easily develop into an All-American with a strong junior season.

Cody PrewittSr., Ole Miss: On a defense loaded with highly touted recruits, such as Robert Nkemdiche, it was Cody Prewitt, a softly recruited junior safety from a small Mississippi town, that stood out as the best player on the Rebels defense last season. The 6-2, 215lbs safety showed he was the complete package in 2013, as he led the SEC with six interceptions and was a first team All-America selection. Now a senior, Prewitt will be the leader and clear cut face of the Ole Miss defense next season.

The SEC’s 2014 Safeties - All-Conference Candidates

 

Tony Conner, So., Ole Miss: Tony Conner, along with High School All-American Robert Nkemdiche, were the two bookends to the Ole Miss 2013 signing class that made the SEC recognize the Rebels and their return to conference relevance. Conner, a four-star safety prospect coming out of high school, was an immediate impact member of the secondary for Ole Miss, playing in all 12 games and earning Freshman All-America honors. Moving toward 2014, Conner will try to improve on his 66 tackles, one interception and seven passes defended and become an All-SEC player, joining fellow safety Cody Prewitt.

Ronald Martin, Sr., LSU: Ronald Martin moves toward the 2014 season as the starting LSU strong safety, due to a strong finish in 2013, a stellar spring practice showing and the arrested/suspension of senior safety Jalen Mills. No matter the circumstances of his starting position, expect a big senior season from Martin, as he takes over for All-SEC safety Craig Loston at strong safety. Martin’s 6-1, 215lbs frame should come in handy in run support, as LSU uses more nickel and dime packages against SEC spread offenses.

Justin Cox, Sr., Mississippi State: After transferring from a junior college last summer, Justin Cox did not get up to speed with the Mississippi State defensive philosophy until late in the 2013 season. After starting at cornerback in summer 2013, the upcoming senior found a home at safety and is projected to be a key player for the Bulldog’s defense. Using his 6-3, 210lbs frame to his advantage in zone coverage and run support, Cox should be another key piece to a very underrated secondary in Starkville.

  

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SMT Predictions: Top SEC Cornerbacks of 2014

 

The SEC’s 2014 Cornerbacks – All-American Candidates

Vernon Hargreaves III, So., Florida: Many college football analyst predicted that the Gators would have one of the best cornerback units in college football last season. Yet, with the likes of Loucheiz Purifoy and Marcus Roberson (now both in the NFL) being the primary reasons for this forecast, a freshman named Vernon Hargreaves III surprise these experts and became the best individual member of the Gator’s secondary. The 5’11, 195lbs Hargreaves was a third-team All-American in 2013 and is the definition of a true shutdown corner. He is next great cornerback to come out of the SEC.

Tre’Davious White, So., LSU: One of two true freshman cornerbacks to start for the Tigers last season, the 5-11, 175lbs Tre’Davious White certainly lived up to his hype coming out of high school. White had 55 total tackles and led the team with nine passes defended last season. With his best football is yet to come, fans across the SEC should take notice of White elite skills, as he develops into the shut-down corner we’re used to seeing in the Bayou Bengals secondary.

 

The SEC’s 2014 Cornerback - All-Conference Candidates

Tayeze Calhoun, Jr., Mississippi State: Another tall defensive back able to compete with the evolving height and size of SEC wide receivers, the 6-1, 185lbs Tayeze Calhoun is the type of cornerback that can redirect receivers at the line of scrimmage. Calhoun had 45 total tackles last season and tied for second on the Bulldogs defense with three interceptions. Calhoun is long and rangy defensive back, that is cut from the same mold as former Mississippi State great and current NFL cornerback Johnthan Banks.

Deshazor Everett, Sr., Texas A&M: It is hard to give recognition to any individual on the Aggies’ defensive because their yards allowed per game were so awful last season. Yet, as the Aggies secondary struggled mightily, it could have been much worse without the efforts of Deshazor Everett. The 6’0, 188lbs senior returns as one of the top defensive backs in the conference and will try to improve on his 68 tackles from last season. Everett, the hybrid safety and cornerback in 2013, will have a larger challange than stats next season, as he will be dependent upon leading a youthful and inexperienced Texas A&M secondary in the 2014 season.

Rashard Robinson, So., LSU: LSU fans have a great problem, out of their two rising sophomores cornerbacks, the debate continues on which has the brightest future. White or Robinson? Either way, LSU might have the best pair of tandem cornerbacks in college football. The 6-1, 170lbs Rashard Robinson has more length than White, but didn’t showcase his extreme talents until late in the season. Prime example of his blossoming talents, Robinson’s claim to fame in 2013 was his performance against Texas A&M, whereas he was the only defensive back to shutdown Aggies receiver Mike Evans.

Jamerson Love, Sr., Mississippi State: The 5-10, 175lbs Jamerson Love is one of the true old-school wood layers in the SEC. When teamed with fellow defensive back Tayeze Calhoun, the duo gives the Bulldogs one of the better cornerback tandems in college football (sans LSU). Love led the Bulldogs with 10 passes defended last season and tied for second on the Mississippi State squad with three interceptions. Love also is a dangerous individual in the Bulldog’s return game, serving as the kick off and punt returner in 2014.

 

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SMT Predictions: Top SEC Linebackers of 2014

 

The SEC’s 2014 Linebackers – All-American Candidates

Benardrick McKinney, Jr., Mississippi State: At 6-5 and 250lbs, McKinney resembles an SEC defensive linemen more than a linebacker. With quick feet, an innate nose for the pigskin and ability to move well in space, McKinney returns as the best middle linebacker in the SEC. Still, given his elite athleticism, will probably play on the outside in the NFL. McKinney has recorded 173 total tackles over the last two seasons and should become a household name in 2014, as one of the SEC’s elite and most feared defenders.

Ramik Wilson, Sr., Georgia: In his first season as a starter, Ramik Wilson, the 6-2, 235lbs tackling machine, led the SEC with 134 tackles from his 3-4 inside linebacker position and was also first team All-Conference selection. Wilson brings experience and leadership to a Bulldog’s linebacker unit that returns four players with All-Conference talents, and might be the best assembly of linebacker talents in college football.

A.J. Johnson, Sr., Tennessee: Entering his fourth and final season as a starter for the Vols, the 6-2, 245lbs Johnson has amassed 324 career tackles. His All-American showings have been overshadowed somewhat because Tennessee has been outright awful on defense during his tenure on Rocky Top. With another rebuilding year expected for the UT defense, look for his extraordinary performances to be once again be forgotten by the regional and national media due to his underwhelming and youthful defensive cast members.

 

The SEC’s 2014 Linebackers - All-Conference Candidates

Leonard Floyd, So., Georgia: Out of the aforementioned group of four potential All-SEC linebackers on the Georgia roster, the 6-5, 235lbs sophomore Leonard Floyd, might have the highest ceiling. Finding his ideal position as 3-4 pass rushing outside linebacker, Floyd is a lightning bolt coming off the edge and had a team-high 6.5 sacks last season.

Trey DePriest, Sr., Alabama: The 6-2, 245lbs Trey DePriest is a crafty two year starter at middle linebacker for the Crimson Tide. While he might not have been blessed with the athletic abilities of former Alabama All-American linebacker C.J. Mosley, DePriest is a big hitter, an expert at shedding blockers and loves the physical aspect of the inside linebacker position. He had 7.5 TFL last season, a stat that should increase in 2014.

Amarlo Herrera , Sr. Georgia: The second half of Georgia’s dominating inside linebacker duo might not have the natural talents of fellow senior Ramik Wilson, but Amarlo Herrera has willed his way into SEC relevance. Finishing second on Bulldog’s roster with 112 tackles, also second in the Southeastern Conference behind teammate Ramik Wilson, last season, Herrera will look to improve on an impressive junior campaign.

Kwon Alexander, Jr., LSU: Making the move from strong side to weakside linebacker in LSU’s defense in 2014, the 6-2, 215 Alexander should excel playing in space and utilizing his elite athleticism. Alexander has tremendous speed and the versatility to play all three linebacker spots in the NFL, once he eventually grows into his body. But with Lamin Barrow departing, Lamar Louis and Kendell Beckwith battling for the middle linebacker position, the Tigers will need Alexander to become a force on the edge of their defense.

Jordan Jenkins, Jr., Georgia: The last of the four staring linebackers for the Bulldogs mentioned, Jordan Jenkins, a 6-3, 246lbs jackhammer of a man, that had ten sacks in his first two seasons in Athens. With former Florida State assistant coach, Jeremy Pruitt, taking over as Georgia’s defensive coordinator, the Dawgs will look for more ways to free Jenkins and fellow outside linebacker Leonard Floyd, up so they can do what the pair does best…harass the quarterbacks of the Southeastern Conference.

 

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SMT: 2014 SEC East Predictions and Schedule Breakdowns

 University of South Carolina (11-1 Overall, 8-0 SEC)

  1. Texas A&M at South Carolina – 08/28/2014 – (1-0 Overall, 1-0 SEC)
  2. East Carolina South Carolina – 09/06/2014 –  (2-0 Overall, 1-0 SEC)
  3. Georgia at South Carolina – 09/13/2014 – (3-0 Overall, 2-0 SEC)
  4. South Carolina at Vanderbilt – 09/20/2014 - (4-0 Overall, 3-0 SEC)
  5. Missouri at South Carolina – 09/27/2014 – (5-0 Overall, 4-0 SEC)
  6. South Carolina at Kentucky – 10/04/2014 – (6-0 Overall, 5-0 SEC)
  7. Open Date  - 10/11/2014 – (6-0 Overall, 5-0 SEC)
  8. Furman at South Carolina – 10/18/2014 – (7-0 Overall, 5-0 SEC)
  9. South Carolina at Auburn – 10/25/2014 – (8-0 Overall, 6-0 SEC)
  10. Tennessee at South Carolina – 11/01/2014 – (9-0 Overall, 7-0 SEC)
  11. Open Date – 11/08/2014 - (9-0 Overall, 7-0 SEC)
  12. South Carolina at Florida – 11/15/2014 – (9-1 Overall, 7-1 SEC)
  13. South Alabama at South Carolina – 11/22/2014 – (10-1 Overall, 7-1 SEC)
  14. South Carolina at Clemson – 11/29/2014 – (11-1 Overall, 7-1 SEC)

 University of Georgia (10-2 Overall, 6-2 SEC)

  1. Clemson at Georgia – 8/30/2014 – (1-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  2. Open Date – 09/06/2014 – (1-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  3. Georgia at South Carolina – 09/13/2014 - (1-1 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  4. Troy at Georgia – 09/20/2014 – (2-1 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  5. Tennessee at Georgia – 09/27/2014 – (3-1 Overall, 1-1 SEC)
  6. Vanderbilt at Georgia – 10/04/2014 – (4-1 Overall, 2-1 SEC)
  7. Georgia at Missouri – 10/11/2014 – (5-1 Overall, 3-1 SEC)
  8. Georgia at Arkansas – 10/18/2014 – (6-1 Overall, 4-1 SEC)
  9. Open Date – 10/25/2014 - (6-1 Overall, 4-1 SEC)
  10. Florida vs. Georgia (in Jacksonville) – 11/01/2014 – (7-1 Overall,  5-1 SEC)
  11. Georgia at Kentucky – 11/08/2014 – (8-1 Overall, 6-1 SEC)
  12. Auburn at Georgia – 11/15/2014 – (8-2 Overall, 6-2 SEC)
  13. Charleston Southern at Georgia – 11/22/2014 – (9-3 Overall, 6-2 SEC)
  14. Georgia Tech at Georgia – 11/29/2014 – (10- 2 Overall, 6-2 SEC)

 University of Florida (9-3 Overall, 6-2 SEC)

  1. Idaho at Florida – 08/30/2014 – (1-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  2. Eastern Michigan at Florida – 09/06/2014 – (2-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  3. Kentucky at Florida –  09/13/2014 - (3-0 Overall, 1-0 SEC)
  4. Florida at Alabama – 09/20/2014 – (3-1 Overall, 1-1 SEC)
  5. Open Date – 09/27/2014 – (3-1 Overall, 1-1 SEC)
  6. Florida at Tennessee – 10/04/2014 – (4-1 Overall, 2-1 SEC)
  7. LSU at Florida – 10/11/2014 – (5-1 Overall, 3-1 SEC)
  8. Missouri at Florida – 10/18/2014 – (6-1 Overall, 4-1 SEC)
  9. Open Date – 10/25/2014 - (6-1 Overall, 4-1 SEC)
  10. Florida vs. Georgia (in Jacksonville) – 11/01/2014 – (6-2 Overall, 4-2 SEC)
  11. Florida at Vanderbilt – 11/08/2014 – (7-2 Overall, 5-2 SEC)
  12. South Carolina at Florida – 11/15/2014 – (8-2 Overall, 6-2 SEC)
  13. Eastern Kentucky at Florida – 11/22/2014 – (9-2 Overall, 6-2 SEC)
  14. Florida at Florida State – 11/29/2013 – (9-3 Overall, 6-2 SEC)

 University of Missouri (6-6 Overall, 2-6 SEC)

  1. South Dakota State at Missouri – 08/30/2014 – (1-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  2. Missouri at Toledo – 09/06/2014 – (2-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  3. Central Florida at Missouri – 09/13/2014 – (3-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  4. Indiana at Missouri – 09/20/2014 – (4-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  5. Missouri at South Carolina – 09/27/2014 – (4-1 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  6. Open Date – 10/04/2014 – (4-1 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  7. Georgia at Missouri – 10/11/2014 – (4-2 Overall, 0-2 SEC)
  8. Missouri at Florida – 10/18/2014 – (4-3 Overall, 0-3 SEC)
  9. Vanderbilt at Missouri – 10/25/2014 – (4-4 Overall, 0-4 SEC)
  10. Kentucky at Missouri – 11/01/2014 – (5-4 Overall, 1-4 SEC)
  11. Open Date – 11/08/2014 – (5-4 Overall, 1-4 SEC)
  12. Missouri at Texas A&M – 11/15/2014 -  (5-5 Overall, 1-5 SEC)
  13. Missouri at Tennessee – 11/22/2014 – (5-6 Overall, 1-6 SEC)
  14. Arkansas at Missouri – 11/28/2014 – (6-6 Overall, 2-6 SEC)

 Vanderbilt University (6-6 Overall, 2-6 SEC)

  1. Temple at Vanderbilt – 08/28/2014 – (1-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  2. Ole Miss at Vanderbilt – 09/06/2014 – (1-1 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  3. Massachusetts at Vanderbilt – 09/13/2014 – (2-1 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  4. South Carolina at Vanderbilt – 09/20/2014 – (2-2 Overall, 0-2 SEC)
  5. Vanderbilt at Kentucky – 09/27/2014 – (3-2 Overall, 1-2 SEC)
  6. Vanderbilt at Georgia – 10/04/2014 – (3-3 Overall, 1-3 SEC)
  7. Charleston Southern at Vanderbilt – 10/11/2014 - (4-3 Overall, 1-3 SEC)
  8. Open Date – 10/18/2014 – (4-3 Overall, 1-3 SEC)
  9. Vanderbilt at Missouri – 10/25/2014 – (5-3 Overall, 2-3 SEC)
  10. Old Dominion at Vanderbilt – 11/01/2014 - (6-3 Overall, 2-3 SEC)
  11. Florida at Vanderbilt – 11/08/2014 – (6-4 Overall, 2-4 SEC)
  12. Open Date – 11/15/2014 – (6-4 Overall, 2-4 SEC)
  13. Vanderbilt at Mississippi State – 11/22/2014 – (6-5 Overall, 2-5 SEC)
  14. Tennessee at Vanderbilt – 11/29/2014 – (6-6 Overall, 2-6 SEC)

 University of Tennessee (4-8 Overall, 2-6 SEC)

  1. Utah State at Tennessee – 08/31/2014 – (0-1 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  2. Arkansas State at Tennessee – 09/06/2014 – (1-1 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  3. Tennessee at Oklahoma – 09/13/2014 – (1-2 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  4. Open Date – 09/20/2014 – (1-2 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  5. Tennessee at Georgia – 09/27/2014 – (1-3 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  6. Florida at Tennessee – 10/04/2014 – (1-4 Overall, 0-2 SEC)
  7. Chattanooga at Tennessee – 10/11/2014 - (2-4 Overall, 0-2 SEC)
  8. Tennessee at Ole Miss – 10/18/2014 – (2-5 Overall, 0-3 SEC)
  9. Alabama at Tennessee – 10/25/2014 – (2-6 Overall, 0-4 SEC)
  10. Tennessee at South Carolina – 11/01/2014 – (2-7 Overall, 0-5 SEC)
  11. Open Date – 11/08/2014 – (2-7 Overall, 0-5 SEC)
  12. Tennessee at Kentucky – 11/15/2014 - (2-8 Overall, 0-6 SEC)
  13. Missouri at Tennessee – 11/22/2014 – (3-8 Overall, 1-7 SEC)
  14. Tennessee at Vanderbilt – 11/29/2014 – (4-8 Overall, 2-6 SEC)

 

 University of Kentucky (4-8 Overall, 1-7 SEC)

  1. Tennessee Martin vs. Kentucky – 08/30/2014 – (1-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  2. Ohio at Kentucky – 09/06/2014 – (2-0 Overall, 0-0 SEC)
  3. Kentucky at Florida – 09/13/2014 – (2-1 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  4. Open Date – 09/20/2014 - (2-1 Overall, 0-1 SEC)
  5. Vanderbilt at Kentucky – 09/27/2014 – (2-2 Overall, 0-2 SEC)
  6. South Carolina at Kentucky – 10/04/2014 – (2-3 Overall, 0-3 SEC)
  7. Louisiana Monroe at Kentucky – 10/11/2014 – (3-3 Overall, 0-3 SEC)
  8. Kentucky at LSU – 10/18/2014 - (3-4 Overall, 0-4 SEC)
  9. Mississippi State at Kentucky– 10/25/2014 – (3-5 Overall, 0-5 SEC)
  10. Kentucky at Missouri – 11/01/2014 – (3-6 Overall, 0-6 SEC)
  11. Georgia at Kentucky – 11/08/2014 – (3-7 Overall, 0-7 SEC)
  12. Kentucky at Tennessee – 11/15/2014 – (4-7 Overall, 1-7 SEC)
  13. Open Date – 11/22/2014 – (4-7 Overall, 1-7 SEC)
  14. Kentucky at Louisville – 11/29/2014 – (4-8 Overall, 1-7 SEC)
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