From Alabama's defense to Johnny Manziel to talk about running backs, quarterbacks and more, there's plenty to chew on this Wednesday:
Alabama's defense has allowed opponents only 11 trips into the red zone this season, tied for the fewest in the country.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel spoke earlier this week of the late Don James, the former longtime Washington coach who died Sunday, and why he's proud to be a coaching disciple of James.
After Auburn's recent win over Texas A&M, Gus Malzahn was pretty jubilant. He's making it clear that it wasn't about vindication but instead happiness for the Tigers.
A first-quarter fumble led to time on the bench for LSU running back Jeremy Hill in the first half on Saturday. He said he "can't let it happen again."
An injury and the emergence of other quarterbacks aren't helping Johnny Manziel's chance at another Heisman Trophy.
With Connor Shaw out because of a knee injury, Dylan Thompson will get the start at quarterback for the Gamecocks on Saturday.
The chances of Georgia running back Todd Gurley returning soon appear good based on his showing at practice on Tuesday.
Based on its recent performances against Georgia and South Carolina, it's clear that Tennessee's secondary is showing improvement.
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze was not pleased with the Rebels' practice on Tuesday.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin and the Commodores defense are preparing for the unique challenge of Johnny Manziel, should the Heisman Trophy winner play on Saturday.
Gus Malzahn and Butch Jones are among the new head coach hires deserving of high grades so far this season.