Another weekend of college football is in the books, so it's time to chat about all things SEC. You know the place. Just come ready with your SEC questions at noon ET and we'll see who I think really has the best case in the East and West.
Back-to-back defeats (Iron Bowl and Outback Bowl) made for a disappointing finish to ’14. But despite the departure of the Tigers’ QB and RB, there is still plenty of optimism on the Plains with the arrival of D-coordinator Will Muschamp, who gives Auburn one of the top coaching tandems in college football.
In a little more than two months, Greg Sankey will follow Mike Slive as SEC commissioner. What makes him the right man for the job?
The 2014 football season is old news, but that doesn't mean a few things that happened last season won't have ramifications for the 2015 season.We take a look at five such moments in the SEC:1.
Our reporters are betting on the guys who coach offenses at the Alabama schools, be it Auburn's Rhett Lashlee or Alabama's Lane Kiffin.
QB prospect Woody Barrett is scheduled to announcement June 3 at 1:30 p.m. ET.
Auburn expects that sophomore Carl Lawson, who recovered from a knee injury, will bolster the Tigers' pass rush.
For Miami Hurricanes fans, the recruitment of ESPN 300 wide receiver Sam Bruce is potentially the most impactful in the 2016 class.
Former Texas Longhorns offensive lineman Darius James will transfer to the Auburn Tigers, a source confirmed Sunday.
Derrick Moncrief and Joe Turner joined Kamryn Melton as the latest Auburn defensive back to transfer this offseason.
Mel Kiper Jr.'s "too-early 2016 Big Board" gives hope that the SEC should rebound in next year's draft.
The Tigers' coaching staff believes this season's offensive line can be as good as the unit in 2013.
Byron Cowart, the No. 1 player in the 2015 ESPN 300, had an eventful recruitment to say the least.