A look at what's making news in the SEC:
The SEC officially adopts the 6-1-1 scheduling format.
The SEC presidents are set to make the league's playoff stance official, writes Seth Emerson of The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph.
Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News wonders if SEC presidents will forget their roots in voting for future schedules.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin draws fire and apologizes for his comments about assistant coaches needing to have attractive wives.
Tennessee's Derek Dooley is keeping his crystal ball in perspective.
Tennessee cornerback Izauea Lanier, a projected starter in the fall, has been declared ineligible for the 2012 season.
The SEC is once again looking long and hard at creating its own television network, writes Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News.
Conference expansion isn't a priority at the SEC meetings, but it's not totally dismissed, either.
Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana News writes that most college football coaches don't oversee scheduling because they'd screw it up.
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long says he knows of no plans for Arkansas to be replaced as LSU's season-ending opponent.