A check of what's making headlines in the world of SEC football:
A look at how Auburn's running backs stack up the first week of practice.
Dee Ford and Nosa Eguae are facing off at defensive end for Auburn.
Kentucky offensive coordinator Randy Sanders expects more this season after a disappointing 2011.
There's an urgency with LSU to start playing again.
Ole Miss freshmen Channing Ward and Temario Strong are still awaiting academic clearance.
The key to Alabama's season starts in August, writes Cecil Hurt of The Tuscaloosa News.
The Hogs heat it up in their first practice of the preseason.
Tennessee coach Derek Dooley said his Vols need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable.
Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers is entrenched as a team leader, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen likes his players' retention from the spring.
The battle rages on between Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel for Florida's starting quarterback job.
Five questions for South Carolina as the Gamecocks open preseason practice.
Texas A&M's conditioning takes on a whole new meaning after last season's second-half collapses.