Here's a few stories from around the SEC to get you through your lunch hour.
Auburn fans can still celebrate victories at Toomer's Corner now that the city has installed a temporary wire structure. The city removed the poisoned oak trees in April.
What do SEC coaches think of the other teams in the conference? Athlon asked them anonymously, and some of their answers will surprise you.
Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon has no idea how fast he is, but that's okay because he'd rather run somebody over than try and out-run them.
Auburn has a tough, physical runner of its own: Cameron Artis-Payne, a junior college transfer who ran for 117 yards in the spring game.
LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger is encouraged by the bond he has developed with new offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, who has previously worked with Joe Flacco and Drew Brees.
Kentucky quarterback Maxwell Smith says he considered surgery for his injured shoulder in the spring but went with constant rehab and conditioning instead.
Tennessee receivers coach Zach Azzanni says he has no problem playing freshmen over upperclassmen if they're the best option.
South Carolina tight ends Rory Anderson and Jerell Adams will have plenty of opportunities to make plays this season.
Having a good season isn't good enough for Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy.
The Associated Press' Jim Litzke wonders if Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is in over his head.
Georgia coach Mark Richt has no intentions of opening practice.
It takes a while to list all the positions that Florida's Trey Burton plays. He's happy to do it.