- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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We've arrived at the final weekend in April, which is somewhat bittersweet for SEC football fans. It's a weekend – and that's always a good thing – but it's also the final weekend for the conference's spring football games (Arkansas and Kentucky both play Saturday), meaning no more SEC football until late August.
Enjoy it while it lasts before the long summer – and take a quick look at today's lunchtime links before it begins.
Speaking of the spring games, you can catch Arkansas' game on ESPN3 Saturday at 2 p.m. ET.
With a decision on future scheduling ahead, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn spoke out in favor of preserving the Tigers' annual cross-division rivalry with Georgia.
The Tennessean's David Climer writes that the SEC should move to a nine-game conference football schedule.
Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork discusses SEC scheduling and NCAA reform with the Jackson Clarion-Ledger's Hugh Kellenberger.
Like the rest of his team, Florida's Marcus Maye is trying to forget and start over from a nightmare 2013, writes Florida Today's David Jones.
Redshirt sophomore Greg Pyke was one of the most consistent offensive linemen during Georgia's spring practice, according to position coach Will Friend.
Mississippi State is still not ready to announce a new deal for Coach Dan Mullen two months after entering into negotiations.
South Carolina quarterbacks coach G.A. Mangus will also be in charge of the tight ends this season.
Even if Saturday's Kentucky spring game is boring, Lexington Herald-Leader columnist Mark Story reminds us that it doesn't necessarily mean anything about the 2014 season. Ask the members of the 1977 Wildcats, who played an incredibly boring spring game, then went 10-1 during the season.
Brandon Fulse is the leading candidate to replace Jay Prosch as Auburn's H-back.
The SEC is loaded with good tailbacks, but Georgia's Todd Gurley seems to be the favorite among Athlon's writers who tried to predict who will lead the league in rushing this fall.