The first week of the season is behind us. It went better for some SEC teams than others, but everybody now has to begin preparing for Week 2. Here's a look around the SEC to see what teams are doing to get ready.
Alabama has a bye week before its showdown with Texas A&M. The Crimson Tide plan to spend the extra time working on fundamentals.
In his first start, Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall played conservatively but impressed the coaches with his decision-making. Now, the Tigers plan to open it up for him.
With all the talk around Johnny Manziel after Saturday’s game, Texas A&M backup quarterback Matt Joeckel answered the call in the first half.
South Carolina's Mike Davis brings big-play potential to the Gamecocks' rushing attack.
Mack Brown had a breakout performance at running back, starter Matt Jones should be back soon and Florida head coach Will Muschamp has been pleased with the progress of freshman Kelvin Taylor.
With Jeremy Hill out, LSU turned to running back Alfred Blue against TCU. He looked effective but tentative in his return to the Tigers.
Ole Miss is moving on after two starters went down with injuries in the first game.
Vanderbilt's Jordan Matthews was throwing up after a big hit in the season opener, but he still came back into the game. Head coach James Franklin cleared the air on Matthews’ return.
Tennessee scored 42 points in the first half against Austin Peay, but Butch Jones wants ‘splash’ plays from the offense going forward.
After missing all of last season and part of the season before with a serious knee injury, Missouri running back Henry Josey is back and better than ever for the Tigers.