Are you experienced?

Phil Steele’s got his 2011 returning starters chart posted here.

Vanderbilt is the most experienced team in the country.  Auburn returns fewer starters than any other school, and by a wide margin.

Somehow I doubt any of that would matter if the two played each other this season (they don’t).

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11 responses to “Are you experienced?

  1. TennesseeDawg

    Vanderbilt needed to sign two QBs this year. They have none committed. They maybe bringing one out of the bleachers in a few years.

  2. Go Dawgs!

    They could still meet in the SEC Championship Game!

  3. History Dawg

    Not necessarily stoned, but beautiful.

  4. Normaltown Mike

    Do we gain a point or lose a point for returning CMR? I keed, I keed.

  5. JaxDawg

    Good to see Florida returning 13 – combined with the coaching changes and tough schedule should make for an interesting year. Got to beat them in 2011, just got to. Got to get that monkey off our backs, not to mention would be meaningful for Marky Mark’s job.

    Also, Alabama’s D is going to be scary.

  6. JaxDawg

    Re: the Gators – they just lost their recruiting coordinator and RB coach, Stan Drayton.

    http://jacksonville.com/sports/college/florida-gators/2011-01-26/story/report-uf-assistant-coach-and-recruiting-coordinator

    Nice timing Stan, and thanks.

  7. By Georgia We Did It

    At least we’re in a top 25 list.

    Seriously, we’re returning 17 starters from a team that went 6-7….is that a good thing?

    • Dawg3fan4

      It can be, epecially on defense where a second year in a new system should help quite a bit. Plus with a loaded freshman class coming in all of those starters will be pushed to not feel like their jobs are secure. Thomas Brown hit it on the head that there needs to be constant competition throughout the program in order to push the guys to be their best.