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Chris Fuhrmeister

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Chris Fuhrmeister attended Auburn University during the height of the Tommy Tuberville Era. Now, he's the managing editor at College and Magnolia, SB Nation's Auburn blog. He struggles every day as an Auburn man living life in Birmingham, Ala., the queen city of Crimson Tide Country.

MOST RECENT POSTS

4-star WR Isaiah McKenzie commits to Georgia

Georgia added a solid receiver prospect to its 2014 recruiting class.

Ole Miss' second great class in a row

The Rebels still have a good chance at a few more 2014 prospects, but as it is, they're in good shape for 2014.

LSU's top-5 class includes No. 1 star

The Tigers will likely finish with a top-five class, including two potential instant-impact stars in the backfield.

Auburn recruiting on the rise

Auburn is riding recruiting momentum from its SEC title into National Signing Day.

Alabama's 4th straight No. 1 class

Alabama should again land the No. 1 recruiting class, and it might not be close on National Signing Day.

Ex-Vandy QB Rodgers lashes out against school

Jordan Rodgers isn't happy with the state of the football program and athletic department in Nashville.

Friedgen to Rutgers as offensive coordinator

Ralph Friedgen is another former Maryland coach the Terrapins will have to face in the Big Ten.

Scouting offensive tackle Casey Tucker

Casey Tucker is one of the most promising offensive tackle recruits in the 2014 class.

Projecting the country's toughest division

At the top, three teams hope to make it out of the scrum with conference and national title hopes alive, and there's no shame in finishing in the top six in this division. Your way-too-early SEC West projections.

4-star OL Braden Smith impresses on bench press

Smith certainly isn't lacking in strength.

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