David Covey

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  • Bill Snider posted 2472 days ago

    Bill Snider

    Bama and their FRIENDS at the SEC OFFICE are a disgrace.
    The SEC Office should be moved out of the state of Alabama until it gets cleaned out. It's disgusting that the scheduling farce is allowed to continue.
    The SEC schedule for this year has not come out yet. Why? Because the gump alumni and their friends still have to determine what will be the best match-ups for themselves next year.
    Move the SEC office as far away from Alabama. Perhaps put it in South Carolina.

  • Nick Heebsh posted 2959 days ago

    Nick Heebsh

    Thank you very much for the like!

  • Kevin McGrady posted 3156 days ago

    Kevin McGrady

    The comments section in that article has quickly been hijacked off the original topic. Due to that I decided to answer your question here.
    The following is a few of the reasons I feel the South Carolina defensive line is at least on par with those of Alabama and LSU.

    To start, they lead the SEC in sacks and quarterback hurries as a defensive line.
    Melvin Ingram and Jadeveon Clowney are ranked 5 and 15 nationally in sacks, and they are the South Carolina defensive ends.
    Ingram and Clowney are ranked 18 and 95 nationally in tackles for loss.
    The South Carolina defensive line has made over 88 tackles this season.
    They have more sacks, tackles, tackles for loss and quarterback hurries than either LSU or Alabama.

    By contrast Alabama's has produced a total of 42 tackles.
    Nick Gentry is the only Alabama player ranked in sacks and he is at 93 nationally.
    Courtney Upshaw is the only Alabama player ranked in tackles for loss and he ranks 18 nationally. If you add UpShaw's statistics to the Alabama defensive line statistics it still only brings them to 56 total tackles. Even adding the linebacker, it is still 36 less than South Carolina.

    LSU has no player nationally ranked in sacks or tackles for loss. They have a total of 75 tackles from their defensive line but nowhere near as many sacks or tackles for loss as South Carolina.

    There is also the fact that Melvin Ingram is considered by most the most dominant defensive lineman in college football so far this season. He has accumulated 68 yards rushing, two interceptions, one touchdown rushing and three touchdowns overall, one fumble recovery, 8 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, 21 tackles overall, three quarterback hurries and one pass defended.

    This is absolutely incredible through five games for a defensive end. My personal opinion is that he should get some Heisman consideration if he keeps it up.

  • Larry Burton posted 3248 days ago

    Larry Burton

    Thanks for the LIKE Dave!

  • Larry Burton posted 3564 days ago

    Larry Burton

    Thanks for the LIKES David...

  • Larry Burton posted 3576 days ago

    Larry Burton

    Thanks for the LIKE

  • Ben Gibson posted 3577 days ago

    Ben Gibson

    Thanks for the vote David!

  • Larry Burton posted 3577 days ago

    Larry Burton

    Thanks for the recent LIKES

  • Larry Burton posted 3581 days ago

    Larry Burton

    And thanks for the fan vote too!

  • Larry Burton posted 3581 days ago

    Larry Burton

    Thanks for the LIKE, you may really BE the most interesting man alive! (G)