1. Coaching salaries continue to go up. Last week Dan Mullen got a raise to a $4 million salary and more than half of the SEC head coaches are making that much. Here's a look at what each SEC coach is making. How does that compare to the past? AL.com broke down what each SEC school is paying their coach now compared to 2006. The current number, in many cases, doubled the '06 number, or more.
2. As recruiting evolves, coaching staffs across the country look for new and unique ways to appeal to prospects in hopes of gaining pledges from them and social media is at the heart of that effort. Texas A&M took it a step further recently, dispatching mobile billboards around the state of Texas touting their recent signing class and posing the question, "Who's next?" The Aggies also use a social hub dubbed "AggieFBLife" which gives prospects a look at what it's like to be a player in the program.
Around the SEC
In case you missed it, John Chavis and LSU are involved in a legal dispute over a buyout.
The sanctions LSU received regarding Matt Womack's recruitment are being called bizarre and baffling by those who know the recruiting landscape best.
Kentucky picked up a commitment from a 6-foot-7 receiver out of Ohio.
The SEC Network will televise Auburn's pro day.
Here's an early look at South Carolina's spring football depth chart.
An update on Arkansas, including Bret Bielema taking away a player's car as punishment following an arrest.
Breaking down Mizzou's linebackers.
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