We are headed to Hoover, Ala., later today for three days of SEC media days. The season is almost here, folks!
There is no big top big enough for SEC media days.
Athlon Sports has game-by-game predictions for LSU's 2013 season.
Matthew Harris of The Baton Rouge Advocate writes that LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger missed a chance for growth by not participating in the Manning Passing Academy.
Former Kentucky running back Artose Pinner publishes children's book.
According to an AL.com analysis, Florida owns the easiest conference schedule since 1992, while Vanderbilt has the hardest.
AJ McCarron and Johnny Manziel cross paths both on and off the field.
Gus Malzahn's Springdale High team ignored rumors and pressure to become one of the best teams in Arkansas history.
Walk-on A.J. Derby is important to Arkansas' quarterback race.
Georgia added a commitment over the weekend, but also lost one.
Georgia's recruiting class is already in number-crunching time.
College Station commits to helping fund Kyle Field renovations.
Junior college wide receiver Eric Lauderdale commits to Tennessee.
Tennessee coach Butch Jones embraces his SEC media days debut.
Missouri players are taking an ugly 2012 season personally.
Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews ranks No. 12 on The Gainesville Sun's list of the top 25 players in the SEC.
Here's a breakdown of Florida's defensive line.
Here's a deep look at Mississippi State's linebackers heading into 2013.
Defensive end Cameron Whigham ranks No. 26 on The Jackson Clarion-Ledger's countdown of the 75 most important Ole Miss Rebels in 2013.