- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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Let's take a quick spin through the headlines from across the SEC:
New Georgia assistant coach Mike Ekeler wrote a letter thanking his many friends in the Nebraska program (among others) who helped him land a job on Mark Richt's staff.
Matt Hayes of the Sporting News writes that conspiracy theories related to Nick Saban's alleged fears over up-tempo offenses are ridiculous.
Auburn has several vacancies on its support staff after five analysts left for other jobs during the offseason.
Jeremy Darveau will join Florida's staff as assistant offensive line coach.
It appears as though Kentucky assistant Bradley Dale Peveto will return to LSU, where he was previously an assistant coach under Les Miles for four seasons.
Ole Miss' Denzel and Robert Nkemdiche are among the Ole Miss athletes being sued for $2 million in relation to a fight at a fraternity party last year.
Police dropped charges against Auburn signee Kalvaraz Bessent, but coach Gus Malzahn said he hasn't decided on how to proceed with Bessent.
Malzahn said Tuesday that the proposed NCAA rules change aimed at slowing down hurry-up offenses would “change the dynamics of football.”
Arkansas senior associate head coach Randy Shannon received a big pay bump to $400,000 annually.
Watch the Tennessean's time lapse video as artist Michael Cooper paints over James Franklin's face on a mural near the Vanderbilt campus and replaces it with new Commodores coach Derek Mason.
Former Texas A&M punter Shane Lechler has been picked for induction into Texas' high school football hall of fame.
South Carolina's Kelcy Quarles is hoping to “blow people's minds” with an outstanding showing at the NFL combine.
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