2011 SEC Coaches Preseason All-SEC teams

You’ll find all three teams here.  No huge surprises on the Georgia front:  Murray, Glenn and Charles on first team offense; three players take up four of the first team special teams slots; a big fat goose egg on the first team defense.  Overall, it’s a good showing, as no team in the East has more selections than the Dawgs’ nine.

As for the rest of the conference:

  • Arkansas’ depth is impressive.
  • Worst showing?  Tennessee, with only two.  How the mighty have fallen.
  • Florida, with six players, is seventh overall.  I thought Corch was a great recruiter.

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UPDATE:  Jerry Hinnen adds his thoughts here.  I second his endorsement of Justin Hunter, who I think is poised to have a big year.

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17 responses to “2011 SEC Coaches Preseason All-SEC teams

  1. Joe Nails

    Should the Dawgs special teams be good or what? 3/4 of 1st team….

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  2. JaxDawg

    As usual, the list is littered with talent from the state of Georgia and those who play for Georgia.

    If talent is not the issue, what is?

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    • JaxDawg

      Let me add that I firmly believe those lists will have more Red and Black represented next year, particularly on the Defensive side.

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    • Dog in Fla

      “If talent is not the issue, what is?”

      Can’t you remember from yesterday? Here goes again:

      a. WTF
      b. Not being in the arena
      c. Penalties
      d. Undersigning
      e. Jersey numbers
      f. Jersey number contests
      g. Divas
      h. Fat chicks
      i. Deep down
      j. In places you don’t talk about
      k. At parties
      l. Shame
      m. Nick wouldn’t have time for this shit
      n. Oh, yeah, he would
      o. No, he would not
      p. Mark’s receding hairline
      q. Mark’s receding butt-cut
      r. Timeouts
      s. Oversigning
      t. Unified team acts
      u. Bitch
      v. Negative whining babies
      w. Pitchforks
      x. Urban sucks
      y. The end of GTP coaching advice
      z. Sharks

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      • WH

        OMG. That was the funniest thing I’ve read here in…well…at least 5 minutes. (Sorry, I just read about the Ga-Te-ACC-Cha-Vay-Cay 2009 Edition. Maybe I’m still just a bit tickled by reading that and this seemed funnier than it really was.)

        Still: +1 for each of the 26 letters.

        I know you were replaying the ridiculousness in chronological order…but if only there were a way to make each letter match the complaint, then it would be “The ISSUE: From A to Z.”


        m. Mark’s receding butt-cut/hairline
        n. Not being in the arena
        o. Oh, yeah, he would
        p. Pitchforks

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      • JaxDawg

        I am impressed. You haven’t managed to do that in a while since I usually don’t take the time to read your stuff, but that is damn good.

        However, you might want to replace “WTF” with “Coaching”.

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  3. Mike

    No excuses for UGA this year at the WLOCP. More talented players? Check (after all-preseason lists are always accurate, right Senator?) The week off before the game? Check. One small concern; after all, it IS a home game for Florida, right Mayor? But that is a minor thing.

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    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      No excuse for UGA in 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006 and some games during the Donnan era, either.

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      • menlodawg

        Well, they did win the NC in 2006 and I’m pretty sure we were down 21-0 at halftime or at least by 14. Yeah, I remember the Stafford turnovers, but let’s face it…they were simply better than we were that year. 2002, 2003, and even 2010 I thought we should have won. 2006, 2008, and 2009 I thought they were better than us. 2005 we were probably still better than them without our most valuable player…but we still lacked our most valuable player.

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        • Nate Dawg

          Menlo, it was 14-0 at half, then they scored on the first play of the 3rd quarter on a fumble at the goal line making it 21-0. In ’05 & ’06 fla scored exactly 0 offensive pts in both 2nd halves and we still got beat. I think ’05 Shockley beats ’em, maybe destroys them if healthy. ’06 we were re-building but still had a small shot at the end. It just seems those 2 yrs are further examples of how snake-bit we can truly be in Jacksonville.

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  4. JasonC

    Wow, that’s a big TE up at Vandy.

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