2012 complete football schedule for SEC schools (Part 3)

I really believe that Vandy is ready to make a leap into the top part of the SEC. However, there are ghosts of the past that they have to deal with. When General Neyland came to coach at Tennessee, all he was asked to do was win the Vandy series. Evidently Vandy had been schooling the Vols in more than one way back then.

Can Vandy get over the hump against teams like the Vols who have beat them almost every year for eternity? Last year Vandy could have won 9 or 10 games but they had so many hard luck stories. Just think about their games against Arkansas and Tennessee. Those should have been Vandy victories but the ghosts of the past came back to haunt them. Basically the “ghosts of the past” are just the mental aspect of the game that teams like Vandy need to conquer. Will it happen? I just don’t know, but I sure like Vandy’s coach and their quarterback.

Below is some info from Fox Sports South Website:

Vandy:

Aug. 30: SOUTH CAROLINA
Sept. 8: at Northwestern
Sept. 15: PRESBYTERIAN
Sept. 22: at Georgia
Oct. 6: at Missouri
Oct. 13: FLORIDA
Oct. 20: AUBURN
Oct. 27: MASSACHUSETTS
Nov. 3: at Kentucky
Nov. 10: at Ole Miss
Nov. 17: TENNESSEE
Nov. 24: at Wake Forest
(US Presswire)

Auburn:

Sept. 8: at Mississippi State
Sept. 22: LSU
Oct. 6: ARKANSAS
Oct. 13: at Ole Miss
Oct. 20: at Vanderbilt
Oct. 27: TEXAS A&M
Nov. 10: GEORGIA
Nov. 24: at Alabama
Non-conference games: Clemson, Louisiana-Monroe, New Mexico State, Alabama A&M
(US Presswire)

LSU:
 
Sept. 1: NORTH TEXAS
Sept. 8: WASHINGTON
Sept. 15: IDAHO
Sept. 22: at Auburn
Sept. 29: TOWSON
Oct. 6: at Florida
Oct. 13: SOUTH CAROLINA
Oct. 20: at Texas A&M
Nov. 3: ALABAMA
Nov. 10: MISSISSIPPI STATE
Nov. 17: OLE MISS
Nov. 24: at Arkansas
(US Presswire)
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