Between Steve Spurrier taking jabs at Clemson coach Dabo Swinney and Nick Saban opening up about where his dance moves originated, Tuesday was quite a day on ESPN's "Car Wash." At one point, the two shared the desk on "College Football Live."
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The coaches have all returned to their schools, and fall camp is just around the corner. Be sure to read Wednesday's lunch links for the latest news and notes around the SEC.
For Alabama to get over last season's late collapse, it has to move on and hit the field.
Wide receiver D'haquille Williams, the top junior college prospect in the country last season, will be the key to a more balanced Auburn offense.
When Gerald Willis reached out to his half-brother Landon Collins for advice before making his commitment, Collins steered him to sign with Florida.
Construction on Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium won't take a break for the upcoming football season.
LSU's Tiger Stadium South end zone expansion is one month from completion.
Whether it's in front of 61,000 fans on the field or 1,200 or so media members at SEC media days, Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott is poised in the spotlight.
The Clarion-Ledger's list of the 75 most important Rebels continued Tuesday with Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram at No. 9.
With the loss of returning defensive MVP Gavin Stansbury, Texas A&M faces a more uncertain future at defensive end.