- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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We're still 11 days from the first bowls, but that doesn't mean we can't talk about them. Here's some bowl chatter – and some other stuff – from across the SEC.
Check out the gift bounty that will be available to the players for participating in the various bowl games.
Auburn offensive line coach J.B. Grimes says tackle Greg Robinson could become the No. 1 overall NFL draft pick if he opts to stay for his senior season.
Missouri takes pride in its quick SEC rise.
Monday was a full day for Alabama's AJ McCarron, who won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and was named one of six Heisman Trophy finalists along with Auburn's Tre Mason, Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel, Florida State's Jameis Winston, Northern Illinois' Jordan Lynch and Boston College's Andre Williams.
A Heisman repeat seems unlikely for Manziel, but he will make the trip to New York this weekend for the trophy presentation ceremony.
Athlon gives us five reasons why Auburn will beat Florida State for the BCS title.
Missouri's Michael Sam was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Year on Monday (plus full All-SEC team list).
South Carolina's All-SEC defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was ticketed for driving 110 in a 70-mph zone on Saturday.
Oklahoma's players are reveling in their Sugar Bowl draw against Alabama.
The Times-Picayune's Ron Higgins writes that at the Outback Bowl, LSU needs a good day, mate.
In off-field Iron Bowl drama, defensive back Kalvaraz Bessent flipped his commitment from Alabama to Auburn on Monday.
Closing the book on Georgia in the BCS era.
Liberty Bowl director Steve Ehrhart concluded his official proposal to Mississippi State with the phrase, “Ring those cowbells,” and Bulldogs fans will most certainly oblige.
Newly minted SEC Freshman of the Year Alex Collins highlighted Bret Bielema's first recruiting class at Arkansas.