Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
The bowl games are in the books. The Florida Gators have ensured that the SEC will house the BCS national championship trophy for the fourth time in the last six years, and everybody is now pointing toward national signing day. That said, let's take a stroll around the league:
Columnist Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun writes that there is one final encore for Tim Tebow, who definitely hasn't left the building.
Tebow undergoes surgery on his non-throwing shoulder, Mike DiRocco of the Florida Times-Union reports.
Don't look for any sweeping changes to the BCS system, columnist Tommy Hicks of the Mobile Press-Register writes.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is getting close to filling all of his openings on his staff. Former Harvard strength coach Craig Fitzgerald will head up the Gamecocks' strength and conditioning program.
Mark Richt's restructuring of his coaching staff at Georgia includes moving Bryan McClendon from a graduate assistant role to full-time running backs coach.