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SEC preseason power rankings: Bama, Georgia still 1-2

As SEC media days kick off, Alabama and Georgia top the conference preseason power rankings. The last time they faced off, it was for the national championship.

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Everything you need to know about media days 2018

The next two weeks will be the unofficial kickoff to the season, with media days across the country. Here's when and how to watch them.

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Top players in 2018

Who will be the nation's top QB in 2018?

Everything starts and ends with the quarterback. A quarterback can make or break a team, but these passers are sure to light up the gridiron this fall.

Who will be the nation's best pass-rusher in 2018?

Nick Bosa and Clelin Ferrell put backfields on notice, making their presence known by pressuring passers, and 2018 should be much of the same.

Steele's Top Position Groups

Which teams will have the best DBs in 2018?

Good luck throwing on the Michigan Wolverines this season -- they are No. 1 on the top 15 defensive back rankings.

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Which teams will have the best special teams in 2018?

A pair of Pac-12 schools have the top special-teams units in the country, but what other schools fill out the top 15?

LSU

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Orgeron, LSU looking forward to facing Alabama

Head coach Ed Orgeron joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss what it will take for his Tigers to knock off the Crimson Tide this season.

2:22

LSU

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Coach Orgeron says Ensminger is 'the guy' for OC job

Coach Ed Orgeron explains why he has "complete confidence" in Steve Ensminger to be the offensive coordinator for LSU.

1:03

Kentucky

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Stoops: 'We expect to do more'

Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops joins The Paul Finebaum Show during 2018 Football Media Days to talk about the progression his team continues to make.

2:04

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SEC Media Days: Best of Monday

SEC Network looks back at memorable moments from Day 1 in Atlanta.

2:58

Kentucky

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Snell Jr. confident in his abilities

Kentucky junior Benny Snell Jr. makes the case as to why he believes he's the best all-around running back in the SEC.

1:50

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Sankey looks at what's next for the SEC

SEC commissioner Greg Sankey joins SEC Now during 2018 Football Media Days in Atlanta to discuss the state of the conference.

7:53

Texas A&M

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Fisher setting a standard at Texas A&M

Aggies head coach Jimbo Fisher joins the SEC Now set during 2018 Football Media Days to discuss the team's mentality as he enters his first season at Texas A&M.

7:54

Texas A&M

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Williams: 'The little things make up the big picture'

Texas A&M junior running back Trayveon Williams describes the type of culture head coach Jimbo Fisher has implemented since joining the program.

2:38

Texas A&M

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Fisher: 'You wanna win immediately'

Texas A&M head football coach Jimbo Fisher explains his mentality of having a quick timetable to bring a national championship to College Station.

1:02

Stanford

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Stanford's Love a running back who demands your attention

Stanford senior running back Bryce Love has turned into one of the most exciting players in college football with several highlight-reel plays.

1:09

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Players in the SEC you need to know

SEC Nation takes a look at the players who are ready to make the biggest impacts for their respective teams this upcoming season.

2:20

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Preseason All-SEC picks: Offense

SEC Nation's Greg McElroy and Marcus Spears make their picks on which names to watch on the offensive side of the ball in the SEC.

4:13

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Coaches helping strengthen the conference

SEC Nation's Greg McElroy and David Pollack discuss Jimbo Fisher's potential impact at Texas A&M and whether the SEC East is closing the gap on the SEC West.

2:20

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Excitement on the field

Way-Too-Early Top 25

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  • Alabama upends Clemson in post-spring Top 25

    The Crimson Tide and Tigers have quarterback battles brewing that will last into the summer. But the defending national champions will do what Nick Saban has always done: reload and aim to repeat.