- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
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Spring practice kicks off for four more teams in the SEC this week. Here’s a look at the latest news and notes around the league in today’s lunch links.
There are mixed opinions on new Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, but some of his former players believe he’ll do well with the Tide, calling him an ‘offensive guru.’
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn, who accepted the Bobby Bowden Coach of the Year Award on Sunday night, saw a role model in the former coaching legend.
More than half the teams in the SEC will be looking to replace their quarterback in 2014, which sets up some great battles beginning this spring.
Florida is not happy about former coach Urban Meyer turning Tim Tebow into a recruiting tool for Ohio State.
Johnny Manziel is gone, but Texas A&M offensive coordinator Jake Spavital says the offense will remain dynamic no matter who the quarterback is.
Both Alabama coach Nick Saban and Georgia coach Mark Richt want officiating crews to dictate the tempo of games, similar to how they do in the NFL.
Michael Sam is the one in the headlines, but fellow defensive end Kony Ealy should be Missouri’s next first-round pick.
When spring practice begins in Knoxville later this week, Tennessee will start the process of replacing its entire offensive line.