Taking a look around the SEC on a Wednesday.
Jeff Duncan of The New Orleans Times-Picayune writes that with or without Tyrann Mathieu, LSU is still the best team in the country.
Florida is looking for more creativity and production under new offensive coordinator Brent Pease.
Vanderbilt's freshmen take off fast during fall camp.
Missouri cornerback E.J. Gaines will lend a helping hand to the Tigers' defense.
Alabama tight end Michael Williams wants to be known for more than just his blocking.
Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News writes that Alabama made Tyrann Mathieu disappear long before LSU dismissed him.
Auburn's freshmen are making a lot of noise during fall camp.
Chip Towers of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that most of the questions at Georgia have been answered heading into the Bulldogs' second scrimmage.
Texas A&M's receiving corps goes deeper than Ryan Swope.
Tennessee's running game is starting to take shape in fall camp.
Mississippi State's Corey Broomfield relishes his move from cornerback to safety.
Hugh Freeze hopes the tight end position can jazz up Ole Miss' offense.
Tim Sullivan of The Louisville Courier-Journal writes that Kentucky must resolve its quarterback dilemma.
Former walk-ons are closing in on starting jobs along Arkansas' offensive line.