Gambling sports fans saw the SEC put five teams in the nation’s top ten for National Signing Day recruiting classes to further their sports gambling reputation for excellence. The Florida Gators were the top ranked gambling sports program in the SEC for National Signing Day and had the second ranked sports gambling class in the nation.
Head coach Urban Meyer had some gamblers at internet sportsbooks concerned about his retirement and comeback within 24 hours but Meyer looks to have the Gators on track for another gambling sports run at a national title in the near future.
Auburn was the big gambling sports surprise in the SEC as the Tigers ranked second in the league and fourth overall in the country as Gene Chizik continues to ease the initial gambling sports skepticism regarding his hiring in December 2008.
Defending national champion Alabama doesn’t appear to be ready for a gambling sports slide under Nick Saban as the Crimson Tide ranked third in the SEC and fifth nationally. The gambling sports recruiting of Alabama and Auburn should only add to the anticipation of the “Iron Bowl” matchup between the teams next November.
LSU finished with a gambling sports rank of fourth in the SEC and sixth in the nation for their class as Les Miles should continue to lead the Tigers in contention for a future SEC crown. The entire state of Tennessee was in an uproar when head coach Lane Kiffin cut and run after only one year on the job.
The “Mouth of the South” left behind a solid list of contacts that new head coach Derek Dooley was able to close with as the new coach deserves credit for staving off panic and salvaging an excellent class.
Georgia finished with a ranking of sixth in the SEC and number 16 in the nation for their class with Ole Miss right behind at seventh in the league and number 17 in the country. South Carolina finished eighth in the league and number 25th nationally.
Rounding out the SEC from rankings nine through twelve were Mississippi State, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Vanderbilt.