Our Thursday stroll around the SEC:
Scott Rabalais of The Baton Rouge Advocate writes that tradition will likely win out in the SEC.
Parrish Alford of The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal talks with new Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork.
Nick Saban becomes a vocal leader in the fight for reason in college football.
Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart says earlier burglaries at Gibbs Hall are a police matter.
Missouri and Texas are the new guys at the SEC spring meetings.
SEC expansion creates schedule challenges, rivalry rancor.
LSU isn't on board with the permanent opponent format in the SEC.
John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader writes that going to nine SEC games makes the most sense.
Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News writes that the 6-2 scheduling format still isn't dead.