ATHENS, Ga. -- Here are five things you need to know leading up to Saturday night's game between Georgia (6-4, 4-3 SEC) and Kentucky (2-8, 0-6). Last time for the seniors: This is it for Aaron Murray and Georgia's 27 other seniors who will play their final home game at Sanford Stadium.
about 1036 days ago | David Ching | Georgia Bulldogs
While Missouri and Kentucky continue to zoom in opposite directions on the playing field, both appear to be having relative success off the field. In the realm of recruiting, where futures are made -- and crushed -- Missouri and Kentucky are succeeding at an exciting pace, and for very different reasons.
about 1045 days ago | Edward Aschoff | NCF On The Trail
Drew Barker's commitment to Kentucky is further proof that first-year head coach Mark Stoops will be a recruiting force to be reckoned with. The first signal that Stoops would be a recruiting presence in the SEC came when he landed defensive end Jason Hatcher from Louisville (Tenn.
about 1233 days ago | Dave Hooker | NCF On The Trail
At one point last summer, USC had verbal commitments from five defensive line prospects to headline what, at the time, shaped up as the country's top-rated class. Eventually, the Trojans signed only one of those five: defensive tackle Kenny Bigelow of Elkton (Md.
about 1290 days ago | Blair Angulo | On The Trail: West Region
What positions does USC need to focus on in recruiting the 2014 class? Garry Paskwietz Cornerback: This might be the biggest need spot for the Trojans and with 20 available scholarships there just might be three corners taken in this class.
Now that the pens have been put to paper, the classes have been announced and most of your attention has turned to the 2014 recruiting season, it's time to take a look at how each school in the SEC did when it came to immediately filling needs.
about 1324 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Georgia Bulldogs
While it's safe to say signing day didn't quite go as planned for the Trojans on Wednesday, there are still some positives to take away from it all -- most obviously the fact that although small in numbers, USC's class is filled to the brim with talent.
about 1325 days ago | Johnny Curren | NCF On The Trail