If SEC Teams Were Alcoholic Drinks, Quarterback Power Rankings, And More
Sippin’ On Gin and Juice
Personally I do not agree that my Crimson Tide is Natural Light. If anything they are at least Bud Heavy because of their smooth moves and classic look. Honestly I think all SEC teams should be beers, none of this clear alcohol nonsense. My personal favorite on this list is Mizzou. When you read it you will understand why. Here is the full list of what teams would be if they were drinks.
Where would you rank the SEC QB’s after week 4? Personally I would have had Maty Mauk number one until this loss, but now he would be behind Blake Sims, Dak Prescott, and Kenny Hill. Kenny Hill has been the most impressive, even though it is against terrible opponents, he has just played the most consistent. My boy Blake Sims took a huge step in the right direction this week and showcased his running and throwing capabilities. When Sims is on, Alabama’s offense can be unstoppable. Where is Hutson Mason? Here is the stud Georgia QB.
Georgia has had players step up in a huge way. Who has been the most surprising on Georgia’s team so far this season. My personal thought is the Freshman running backs and how they have stepped up and really helped the Georgia run game flourish in the early going. It makes me feel bad for Keith Marshall. I mean these two freshman have come and taken all of Marshall’s key reps. Find out all the surprising players here.
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Posted on September 24, 2014, in Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, SEC, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.