Checking what's making headlines in the SEC:
Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News wonders if Gus Malzahn is strong enough to change Auburn for the better.
Malzahn's goal is to get Auburn back to a championship level.
Jonathan Wallace is ready to make the transition to Malzahn's no-huddle offense.
Arkansas pulls a surprise and hires Bret Bielema away from Wisconsin.
Top prospect Reuben Foster says Trooper Taylor is a key to his recruitment at Auburn.
Former Auburn coach Pat Dye says he would have hired Kirby Smart for the Tigers' head-coaching job.
Steve Greenberg of The Sporting News writes that Bielema will bring a toughness to Arkansas.
Georgia coach Mark Richt was on the road recruiting the morning after the Bulldogs' SEC championship game loss.
David Yost's departure leaves a void at Missouri.
South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney wins the Ted Hendricks Award as the top defensive end in college football.
Keeping Hugh Freeze in Oxford is Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork's top priority, writes Parrish Alford of The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal.
Charlie Strong's strengths match Tennessee's weaknesses, writes John Adams of The Knoxville News-Sentinel.
Alabama's Barrett Jones is called one of the greatest scholar-athletes to have ever played the game.