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The SEC coaches are all over the country this week, but they all took time Wednesday to speak on the league’s teleconference, giving us a glimpse around the conference. Find out what was said and more in today’s lunch links.
Alabama coach Nick Saban says Big Ten is "a really good conference" in rare trip back to Ohio, the state where his coaching career began.
Despite being a proponent of the 10-second rule, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said this week that he loves playing pace-of-play teams like Auburn.
Will Muschamp OK with SEC schedule but disappointed not to see Florida-Auburn rivalry continued on a regular basis.
Q&A with Greg McGarity: The Georgia athletic director talks about the 6-1-1 scheduling format, the Georgia Tech rivalry and potential nonconference games down the road.
Spring practice is over and coach Mark Stoops is still not ready to name Kentucky’s starting quarterback.
The new rule requiring SEC teams to schedule a power foe in nonconference could prove difficult for Mississippi State, who has had trouble scheduling teams in recent years.
Tennessee signed a top-5 recruiting class in February and coach Butch Jones is pleased with new rule that allows him to spend time with them this summer.
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