- Alex Scarborough, ESPN Staff Writer
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Nobody likes Mondays, but everyone loves reading about the SEC. Here are a few stories to get you through the start of the week.
Nick Marshall is fighting off the obvious comparisons, says he plans to put his own twist on playing quarterback for Auburn.
Jeremy Johnson didn't win the starting job, but he's ahead of the pack to back up Nick Marshall in an offense that needs a solid No. 2.
As the Crimson Tide come out of preseason camp, a look at the offense.
The injury bug has hit the Razorbacks, but Bret Bielema says Arkansas is building depth in spite of it.
It's the final two weeks before the season. What should fans of the Bulldogs be watching for?
Georgia received a No. 1 vote in the Associated Press poll. What was that all about?
With the start of the season only a few weeks away, LSU is stepping up its preparation for TCU.
Tre'Davious White is good friends with former LSU corner Maurice Claiborne, but he's already weary of the questions about him.
Former LSU multi-sport star Chad Jones is taking a new approach on a different playing field.
Johnny Manziel didn't look like a Heisman Trophy winner during Saturday's scrimmage, but he didn't have to. The backups, though, had something to prove.
If Manziel was out it would hurt, but the Aggies have an impressive group of running backs.
This isn't your older sister's South Carolina. Thanks to better depth and talent, the Gamecocks could be in line for double-digit wins.
Tennessee's offensive line is being hyped as the best in the SEC. The players, though, are staying the course.
Missouri's tight ends had a huge scrimmage on Saturday. Can the position make a return to the Tigers' offense?
A quick analysis of Missouri's depth chart reveals something striking -- the Tigers don't have a single starter from the St. Louis area.
Florida's Jonathan Bullard is one half of the "Bash Brothers," but he wants to be more than a great pass rusher. He wants to be a complete defensive lineman.
Florida's offense has needed a jump start in recent years. And these players could be the ones to provide the spark.
Denzel Nkemdiche and Mike Marry lead a deep group of linebackers at Ole Miss.
Mississippi State returns just five starters from a season ago, but the Bulldogs are deep in the middle of the defense.
John Adams says Phillip Fulmer needs to look at himself before assessing blame.
Kentucky receiver Alex Montgomery has a flair for the dramatic.
Breaking down Kentucky's linebacker situation: Strengths, weaknesses and what to watch for.
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