Spring is almost over in the SEC. Kentucky will finish things up with its spring game Saturday. So, until then, here are some links to get you closer to the weekend.
Michael DiRocco of The Florida Times-Union writes that only a small group of Gators is expected to be drafted in next week's NFL draft.
Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun writes about the five SEC players he thinks could be Heisman Trophy candidates this fall.
Alabama coach Nick Saban clarifies his critique of former Auburn quarterback Cam Newton.
Auburn picked up its fifth commitment for 2012 and second in two days Thursday.
Auburn's football team will head to the White House next Friday to be distinguished guests of President Barack Obama.
Georgia coach Mark Richt says the Bulldogs' lack of effort last season was embarrassing, but puts most of the blame on himself.
Georgia's prized recruit Ray Drew says he plans to be a two-sport athlete in college.
Kentucky co-defensive coordinator Rick Minter is throwing the book at his defense this spring.
Broncos coach John Fox sees former LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson as the complete package.
Despite a solid spring from Mississippi State quarterback Chris Relf, Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen says backs Tyler Russell and Dylan Favre are pushing him for the starting spot.
Tennessee's football team isn't where coach Derek Dooley wants it to be, but he is impressed by the way his team improved throughout the spring.