SEC News Around The Web
- If played today, Auburn would beat Alabama again
- Vernon Hargreaves wants to be a leader for Florida
- This and that: Georgia enters the offseason
- Former LSU RB Tahj Jones may leave hospital this week
- Mizzou offense still under construction
- USC's Mike Davis hopes to have big year after spring
- Mike Slive talks player's union
- Revisiting Johnny Manziel and the TAMU offense
- Alabama banking on rights deal
- Alabama team will have to travel to get to title
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Tennessee running back says he’s leaving the program
Tennessee reserve running back Alden Hill is leaving the football program.
Top offensive lineman eyeing Auburn and Georgia, picks Thursday
Kaleb Kim isn’t playing any games with his recruitment. This weekend, after attending the spring game festivities, the Mill Creek H.S. (Ga.) native named Auburn his leader.
Auburn won’t cool off, snags a four-star ATH out from under FSU’s nose
You have to understand a certain dynamic in Tallahassee (Fla.)–you don’t just sneak into Florida’s state capitol and take players away from Florida State when the Seminoles are winning championships. But Auburn just did.
What we learned during Alabama’s spring practice
Here’s what we learned during Alabama’s spring practice.
NFL Draft rewind: South Carolina has put 24 players in the NFL over last five years
South Carolina is putting players in the NFL left and right.
VIDEOS: SEC Network releases promos for all 14 SEC schools
The SEC Network released promos for all 14 schools today, and they are sweet.
A look at each SEC state’s No. 1 prospect for the 2016 class
Every top state school wants to keep its talent home. Here’s a look at the SEC’s 11 home states (Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee of course have 2 SEC schools a piece) and the top class of 2016 prospect in each state.
Alabama in rarefied air with new multimedia rights deal
Alabama and Learfield agreed to a multimedia deal that puts Alabama in rarefied air.
Bama owns 10 percent of nation’s Top 100 with 10 months to go
For much of the past few months, Alabama didn’t occupy the nation’s No. 1 recruiting spot. But in a one-weekend span, the Crimson Tide reclaimed the driver’s seat and are driving 80 MPH in a 55 zone.
Two SEC decommits are back on board–Auburn and Kentucky benefit
Eli Brown and Marquel Harrell both decommitted a while ago. Late Monday, they both rejoined the SEC ranks.