With the news that Gordon Gee is stepping down as Ohio State's president in July, we'll dedicate today's SEC links to his long and illustrious track record of inserting his foot squarely in his mouth:
Mike Slive will decide in the coming months if he'll remain as SEC commissioner beyond 2013-14.
The SEC must preserve its traditional rivalries for the fans, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
Top running back prospect Elijah Hood, who's committed to Notre Dame, flushes his Alabama recruiting letters down the toilet and posts the video on Twitter.
Alabama lands a commitment from defensive tackle Johnny Dwight of Rochelle, Ga.
A quarterback's ability to escape is the key to success in Gus Malzahn's offense.
Missouri gets a late addition to its 2013 signing class -- defensive lineman DeQuinton Osborne of South Grand Prairie, Texas.
Georgia coach Mark Richt downplays the absence of Josh Harvey-Clemons in the opener against Clemson.
Richt would like to see the "Gurshall" nickname retired.
Ole Miss' game at Texas next season will be televised by the Longhorn Network.