- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here’s some required SEC reading to help get you through the rest of your Monday.
The SEC has secured bowl spots for at least 10 of its member schools starting in 2014.
If anyone thought Alabama receiver Amari Cooper was about to slow down after a stellar freshman season, his explosive first scrimmage would indicate otherwise.
Defensive coordinator John Chavis is fine with the many fresh faces on LSU’s rebuilt defense.
An intriguing football triangle is taking shape between Georgia, South Carolina and Clemson.
Tennessee running back Rajion Neal is confident that the Volunteers’ passing game will open up space for him to run.
With Paul Finebaum returning to the airwaves today, al.com breaks down some of the infamous radio host’s most noteworthy callers who we’ve missed during his radio absence.
Florida’s Ronald Powell is using Adrian Peterson as an example as he works to return from a season-ending knee injury suffered in spring 2012.
James Franklin states his case for Missouri’s starting quarterback job.
Georgia defensive end Sterling Bailey might start for the first time since high school, in 2010, when the Bulldogs open the season at Clemson.
Approximately 5,000 people turned out for Vanderbilt’s fan day on Sunday despite the cloud of four former players having been arrested for rape hanging over the program.
Auburn safety Justin Garrett was unable to practice on Sunday because of a foot injury.
Speaking of Auburn, newly minted PGA champion Jason Dufner dedicated his victory to all the people in his adopted hometown.