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Looking back at all-SEC championships.

SEC Network revisits conference teams going head-to-head in multiple sports through the years.

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Mason talks 2017 expectations, Vandy's legacy.

Commodores coach Derek Mason enjoys some Nashville BBQ and discusses Vanderbilt football with SEC Network's Peter Burns and Jordan Rodgers.

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Getting to know South Carolina's Deebo Samuel.

SEC Network's Marcus Spears sits down with WR Deebo Samuel to talk about his nickname and relationship with QB Jake Bentley.

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Gamecock DBs stay at the top of their game.

SEC Network gets an inside look at how South Carolina coach Will Muschamp pushes his defensive back squad to success.

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Who will rise up and challenge Bama?

USA Today's George Schroeder gives his take on Auburn QB Jarrett Stidham and the biggest competition for Alabama.

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Examining East predictions at SEC Media Days.

Saturday Down South's John Crist joins The Paul Finebaum Show to talk about the SEC East and why it's been difficult to predict.

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Gators add depth to QB roster.

Steve Spurrier joins Paul Finebaum to discuss how the Gators can use both Feleipe Franks and Malik Zaire.

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Kentucky's defensive coaches get mic'd up.

SEC Network goes inside the Wildcats' practice and learns how the defense is preparing for the season.

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Who'll test the Tide?

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  • Who is Alabama's biggest long-term threat?

    Like it or not, Alabama tops college football's future power rankings. Those hoping for the fall of Nick Saban's Tide dynasty are not going to be happy over the next three years. But several marquee programs are closing the gap quickly.

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  • 100 reasons we can't wait for college football to come back

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