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- Saban reflects on spring football, summer improvement
- Hogs' Derby making the most of his position change
- Malzahn goes all hurry-up, no huddle BINGO
- Example of how HUNH is changing the way CFB is played
- UK practice sibling heavy, receiver light
- Is Vandy's Andre Hal the best corner in the draft?
- Why is Alabama's network promo :01 shorter than others?
- Richt doesn't see root cause for injuries
- 7 spring things that should have captured your attention
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NFL Draft rewind: Tennessee has put 14 players in the NFL over last five years
The Vols have had 14 players in the NFL Draft over the last five years.
Top QB prospects from the state of Florida since 2008
It’s fun to look back and see which prognostications were correct and which were way off. When it comes to the state of Florida, the recruiting rankings haven’t been far off when rating quarterbacks the last few years.
Four-star O-lineman leaves homestate for Auburn
Auburn is now in the business of hurting feelings, it seems. On Thursday, they raided Georgia for one of the top offensive guards in the country.
Former and current Mississippi State players arrested on burglary charges
One current and one former MSU football player was arrested on burglary charges.
SEC sees its 13th decommitment already, TAMU loses 4-star running back
Texas A&M lost a prized recruit this week, and it turned out to be the SEC’s 13th commitment of the 2015 class.
SEC football: Early week 1 point spreads
There are actual football lines out for week one.
Alabama adds 15th commitment–Saban asks, Bell commits on the spot
Christian Bell was on Alabama’s campus at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday. He was in Nick Saban’s office. Saban asked him if he’d commit on the spot … he said yes.
Lineman names LSU his leader, Ole Miss the close runner up
Zach Giella is from Augusta (Ga.)–home of the Masters Golf Tournament–which is on the state border of Georgia and South Carolina. But the SEC schools in those states don’t lead for his services.
Florida safety/receiver Marqui Hawkins will transfer
Marqui Hawkins will transfer from Florida.
Auburn, Georgia presidents want to keep Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry intact
The Deep South’s Oldest rivalry will remain intact if it’s up to the schools’ presidents.