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If SEC East teams could add a player from any other conference squads to get them to the next level, who would it be? We make our picks here.
If your favorite SEC West team could add any active player from another team in the group to help put it over the top, who would that player be?
LSU's Arden Key and Christian LaCouture promise to be tough to block this fall, and a few other SEC duos look to be almost as strong.
One player in a great backfield duo makes the other stronger. Here's a look at the best backfield duos (or trios) in the SEC.
Our SEC reporters select the prime games involving the league's teams in each week during the month of November.
Our SEC reporters select the prime games involving the league's teams in each week during the month of October.
Here's a look at the best games involving SEC teams in each week during the month of September.
Hal Mumme says LSU coach Ed Orgeron has been trying to keep out-of-state schools away from Louisiana-held satellite camps.
Alex Scarborough believes that a particular LSU defensive end is the current Tiger most likely to don a headset when his playing days come to a close.
Minkah Fitzpatrick is expected to reach the number as the star Alabama defensive back picked off six passes in 2016.
LSU's Arden Key is the SEC's leading returner in sacks after posting 12 a year ago; double-digit hopefuls include Lorenzo Carter and Da'Shawn Hand.
Arden Key is undersized, but like Peppers, he can cover multiple positions, and he isn't afraid to play in the trenches either.
A pair of Kentucky Wildcats reached triple figures in tackles last season -- and both are back this year. Can they do it again?
LSU's Arden Key and Alabama's Da'Ron Payne lead the pack of the SEC's most feared pass-rushers.
Even with its loss of talent from a year ago, Alabama remains loaded on the defensive line with LSU strong as well.
LSU linebacker Arden Key will return to the team Monday after taking some time away from football this spring. Tigers coach Ed Orgeron said the junior LB recently had shoulder surgery.
LSU, Auburn and Florida have three of the best lines in the league, but once again, Alabama leads the pack.
Former LSU football coach Les Miles was on hand to cheer for the Tigers in the Women's College World Series. So of course he ate a little grass on the side.