Making the rounds on a Wednesday:
The NFL Network guys debate whether former LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne should get some snaps on offense in the NFL.
The SEC should feature a bevy of high-octane passers in 2012.
South Carolina spent more than $535,000 to defend itself in its recent NCAA infractions case.
Alabama coach Nick Saban explains what happened with recruit Justin Taylor, who wound up at Kentucky.
Saban and other college coaches weigh in on the different playoff proposals.
Friends and teammates recall Billy Neighbors as "something special."
Tommy Tuberville's now off the hook at Auburn, and Gene Chizik is on the clock, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
Brad Locke of The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal takes a look at the Mississippi State running back situation.
Ten teams that may end the SEC's national championship streak.
Will Muschamp is excited about the direction of the Florida program.
David Harris of The Bryan Eagle deciphers Texas A&M's depth chart coming out of the spring.
The St. Louis Sports Commission is exploring the possibility of creating a bowl game that would match opponents from the SEC and Big Ten.