The SEC is content to stick with 12 teams for the time being, but nobody is closing the book on the possibility of expansion in this league. Here's a look at what's shaking in the SEC:
Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News writes that the SEC hits the pause button on expansion -- for now.
Florida State's goal isn't to join the SEC, but rather to beat the SEC.
LSU chancellor Michael Martin sees some advantages to Texas A&M joining the SEC, but he wants to see some questions answered before he supports any expansion plans.
Florida redshirt freshman receiver Quinton Dunbar is turning heads at practice with his speed.
The transition from basketball to football has been a smooth one for South Carolina's Bruce Ellington.
First-year Mississippi State receivers coach Angelo Mirando has stepped up to the challenge.
Some of Vanderbilt's smaller running backs are commanding attention this preseason.
Tennessee fans can see the Power 'T' at the end of the tunnel, writes John Adams of The Knoxville News- Sentinel.
Alabama remains unsettled in the offensive line.
Arkansas running backs Dennis Johnson and Ronnie Wingo, Jr. are embracing this new opportunity.
The Auburn quarterback battle will spill over into another week.