With the SEC spring meetings in full swing in Destin, Florida, there is plenty of league-related reading material floating around the Internet. Let's take a look at some of the headlines coming out of Destin.
SEC coaches seem to be split over continuing to schedule FCS opponents in the College Football Playoff era.
Tennessee coach Butch Jones said he does not expect quarterback Riley Ferguson to return to the program.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema spoke to reporters in Destin Tuesday and said his rivalry with Auburn's Gus Malzahn has been blown out or proportion.
Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity said UGA has made some progress attempting to schedule games against Notre Dame within the next decade.
Bielema said Tuesday he isn't certain whether freshman cornerback Chris Murphy will remain a Razorback after completing high school early and enrolling at Arkansas prior to spring practice.
Nick Saban, who gave Florida's Will Muschamp his first job coaching with a Division I team, said he is confident Muschamp's Gators will bounce back from a disappointing 4-8 season last year.
Muschamp told reporters that he doesn't feel like he's under fire at Florida and rattled off a list of reasons why he's confident about his team for 2014.
Michigan transfer J.J. McGrath hopes to eventually become a scholarship kicker at Mississippi State.
Missouri and Arkansas will play their new cross-divisional rivalry game on Black Friday this season.
SEC commissioner Mike Slive insisted that the NCAA's rules governing athlete-agent interactions create more problems than they solve.
Some SEC schools have expressed an interest in selling beer inside their football stadiums. Georgia isn't one of them.