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- SEC to review alcohol policy for fans at off-campus games
- 5 ways to help football safety without 10-second rule
- 68 reasons CFB is better than March Madness
- Challenges are many for some SEC coaches
- SEC engaging in spring arms race
- PDF report on collge football pace of play
- Duck Commander a new sponsor for bowl game
- SEC players litter CFB's pre-spring top 25 players
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SEC target honors grandmother with decision date
You truly don’t hear stories like this very often, especially when it comes to college recruiting. Usually recruiting news is full of “top fives”, awkward “hat dances” and mostly self-aggrandizing behavior.
SEC East in-depth defensive breakdown ahead of spring practice
The SEC East returns several top defensive players in 2014, and here’s a breakdown by team.
Top five realistic 2015 recruiting targets: Vanderbilt Commodores
The Commodores are working hard to rebuild that momentum and they have their eye on some outstanding 2015 talent.
NCAA adjusts targeting rule
The NCAA makes a much-needed adjustment to the targeting rule for the 2014 season.
Eye-popping percentage of five-star prospects live in SEC territory
The percentage of five-star prospects residing in SEC states is a bit stunning, when one takes a look at the 247Sports.com composite ranking.
Offenses can go as fast as they want: NCAA tables 10-second proposal
The NCAA tables the 10-second proposal and will not vote for the rule in 2014.
Dish picks up SEC Network, set to start a week earlier than expected
Dish Network will carry the SEC Network in 2014.