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On Oct. 21, Kentucky will be tested during a five-game span that includes road games against Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Georgia.
Kentucky may have landed a pleasant surprise with late signee Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald, who lacks football experience but has potential.
Last season's SEC running backs featured some surprising standouts, many of whom are poised for another big effort in 2017.
With Minkah Fitzpatrick back after leading the SEC in picks in 2016, Alabama looks to have the best defensive backfield in the SEC as spring arrives.
Alabama and LSU rank at the top among the SEC's defensive front sevens, while Auburn and Georgia also bring back some talent.
With three starters returning and high-level recruits arriving, Alabama maintain its spot the front of the line, despite losing Cam Robinson.
A look at the SEC's pass-catching groups heading into spring practice.
Lynn Bowden has received praise from coach Mark Stoops and will likely see playing time early in the season.
Alabama has an explosive one-two punch in the backfield. So does Georgia, when both are healthy. But LSU might have the best SEC back of them all.
Not much changes from the past batch of SEC Power Rankings, but this one gives a little more insight into what teams will be working with this spring.
How did signing day affect the SEC quarterback rankings. Alabama leads the pack, but Auburn could be moving up soon.
The Wildcats continue to build coming off a 7-5 season, as they just added what Mark Stoops describes as the best class he's had at Kentucky.
South Carolina and Mississippi State landed top-25 classes, but that was only good enough to place eighth and ninth in the SEC.
Stop us if you've heard this one before: Alabama finished with the nation's best class and the SEC dominated on the recruiting trail.
SEC country loaded with talent
Slightly more than half of the players listed among the ESPN 300 for 2017 reside in the SEC footbprint. The ACC is the only other conference with more than one quarter of those prospects in their backyard.
Hurts and Snell were overlooked
On the eve of national signing day, we look back at two of last season's most underrated recruits in the SEC: Alabama QB Jalen Hurts and Kentucky RB Benny Snell.