Free SEC Conference Football Preview
Original Press Release Date: July 30th 2006
SEC NCAA Football Preview from Maddux Sports
MadduxSports.com Previews Top Conference in America
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 30, 2006 -- Many football experts consider the 2006 Southeastern Conference to be the best in the nation. Powerhouse teams include Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Auburn, LSU, and Alabama. Fans and sportsbook enthusiasts can find free expert analysis of each of the 12 teams in this dynamic conference at MadduxSports.com.
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The SEC, which is composed of 12 teams divided evenly between the East and West divisions, is a pressure cooker for coaches. They’re expected to field competitive teams and if they don’t, coaches usually find themselves out of a job. Phillip Fulmer has been Tennessee’s head coach for 14 years, and despite a poor 5-6 record in 2005, his stellar 128-37 mark has assured him of job security. However 8 of 12 SEC coaches have been at their schools only four years or less, and if they don’t come through, they won’t be there much longer.
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Information on the NCAA football season, including the SEC, may be found by clicking on http://www.madduxsports.com/06-ncaaf/2006-sec-football-conference-preview.html.
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