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We recap our look at how solid each SEC team's foundation is at quarterback heading into 2016, with Josh Dobbs-led Tennessee landing in the top tier.
Will Bama be SEC's best again?
Our Mark Schlabach thinks Alabama will be back on top of the SEC. He also makes his picks for the rest of the conference awards.
- Offensive player of the year: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU
- Defensive player of the year: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M
- Coach of the year: Nick Saban, Alabama
- Freshman of the year: Jacob Eason, QB, Georgia
Expectations are high for LSU and Leonard Fournette as the junior running back begins his third season in the Tigers' offense.
Wisconsin is excited to face its old defensive coordinator, as Dave Aranda and LSU will take on the Badgers on Saturday at Lambeau Field.
Each SEC writer went on a limb and made a crazy prediction for the upcoming season, a season where one writer thinks Texas A&M will surge.
Should a Power 5 team with one or two losses be ranked ahead of an undefeated Group of 5 team? It all depends on how you view best vs. most deserving.
LSU running back Leonard Fournette tops Todd McShay's preseason prospect ranking, but Malik McDowell, Myles Garrett and Jonathan Allen aren't far behind.
Even the best players in America have weaknesses. So what can Clemson QB Deshaun Watson and other offensive team All-Americans do to improve this season?
LSU running back Leonard Fournette said he is past his ankle issues and that he is ready to lead the Tigers, regardless of how many carries he gets.
David Ching ESPN Staff Writer
LSU's Leonard Fournette and Jamal Adams have been talking about winning a championship since playing together at the Under Armour All-America Game in 2014. Entering their junior -- and probably final, since both players are projected first-round picks if they enter the 2017 NFL draft -- college season, they lead what should be the best Tigers team since 2011. Fournette, by the way, says his sprained ankle has fully recovered and he's good to go for Saturday's game against Wisconsin after taking it easy in his return to practice last week.
Whether by the needs of their future teams or sheer elite talent, these 2017 ESPN 300 players, including Alabama RB commit Najee Harris, could hit the college field immediately.
Experts can't agree on playoff teams
Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy project four entirely different teams to make the College Football Playoff. They only agree on one thing: the Pac-12 will be left out again. Bowl projections
November headline: Miles out at LSU?
Ryan McGee predicts bad news for Les Miles in November. Which up-and-coming coach from the state of Texas does he see landing in Baton Rouge? McGee: Late-season headlines
Most of the group lacks starting experience, but the Tigers believe they could develop into one of the SEC's better offensive lines this season.
The SEC has been the nation's best conference over the past decade, but it won't matter if the league stumbles against a tough Kickoff Week schedule.
From Ohio State's top-ranked class to Notre Dame's big haul to Alabama's quest to get back on top, it has been a busy summer on the trail. Here's what you might have missed.
Alabama's showdown with USC in Texas will be the featured event, but here's a look at a few other anticipated matchups in the SEC during Kickoff Week.
Houston vs. Oklahoma? Or Ole Miss vs. Florida State? ESPN experts decide the most consequential nonconference matchup and zero in on the players and coaches they'll be following most closely.
How does the College Football Playoff work again? Here's everything you need to know, from who's making the decisions to which bowl games will be involved.
Phil Steele, "Stanford Steve" Coughlin and Chris Fallica give their takes on the LSU Tigers. What is the best bet for the team's title odds, season win total and more?
LSU @ Wisconsin Badgers
Lambeau Field - Sat 9/3