A lot has happened around the SEC in the past 48 hours, but here are some links to check with other information from around the league.
Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun has 10 things Texas A&M should know about the SEC if it does plan to make the jump to the conference.
Receivers Duron Carter and Danny Woodson Jr. continue to be no-shows at Alabama practices.
Tyler Bray's meeting with offensive coordinator Jim Chaney about his play is a sign of Bray's continuing maturity at Tennessee.
Things are starting to sink in for Arkansas freshman running back Kody Walker.
John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader writes that Kentucky's banged up offensive line needs polishing before the opener against Louisville.
Mississippi State returns a lot of experience at wide receiver.
LSU's game plan for Oregon has been complicated by last week's off-campus bar fight, especially with quarterback Jordan Jefferson being involved.
Freshman Isaiah Crowell appears to be in line to start for Georgia against Boise State, which would continue his impressive streak of consecutive starts.
Ole Miss freshman Nickolas Brassell has the ability to play all over the field for the Rebels this fall.
Vanderbilt offers a good look at what the Commodores' starting lineup could look like in the opener against Elon.
Auburn wide receivers coach Trooper Taylor says he has seven receivers in the playing rotation.