- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
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How was your weekend? If you were out on the lake, you might have seen Alabama coach Nick Saban taking his players around on a boat. If not, you can still see it here. For more news and notes around the SEC, be sure to read Monday’s lunch links.
Alabama’s 2010 stable of running backs -- Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson and Eddie Lacy -- find a different pecking order in the NFL.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, an avid supporter of Arkansas football, believes that Bret Bielema is the “answer” for the Razorbacks.
Gus Malzahn’s new contract and the massive buyout that comes with it shows that Auburn hasn’t learned from its past.
Florida wants to make the game-day experience that much better at the Swamp, so it recently sent a group to Kansas City to go and watch a soccer game.
LSU’s star-studded freshmen have arrived and will begin class on Monday.
After a recent commitment from in-state star Malik Dear, Mississippi State is now sitting pretty with 16 commitments for the class of 2015.
Finding a football foe has become a chore for Missouri, which still has two openings left on its 2015 schedule.
At $195.30, the Texas A&M-LSU game in College Station is the most expensive home game for teams in the state of Texas.