- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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We're less than 24 hours from the first SEC games of the week. To celebrate, let's catch up with what's happening around the league.
Texas A&M is bracing for the most-anticipated game in Kyle Field history on Saturday against Alabama.
The Birmingham News' Kevin Scarbinsky asks if D.J. Fluker could be Alabama's Reggie Bush in the wake of allegations that Fluker accepted payments from agents while playing for the Crimson Tide.
Continuing a series, al.com's Andrew Gribble compares the specialists for the Tide and Aggies.
Vanderbilt receiver Chris Boyd pleads guilty to his role in a rape case involving several former teammates.
Adjusting to Oregon's speed is perhaps the biggest challenge for Tennessee on Saturday.
Texas will serve as a 'measuring stick' for No. 25 Ole Miss on Saturday.
Defensive end LaDarius Owens is continuing his family's tradition at Auburn.
South Carolina hopes to find defensive answers against Vanderbilt.
Kentucky coaches and players discuss what the Governor's Cup rivalry with Louisville means to them.
Georgia freshman cornerback Brendan Langley is attempting to have a short memory after surrendering a pair of touchdowns to South Carolina last week.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema says no-huddle offenses could endanger offensive players' health, too.
Injuries do not alter Florida's plan to redshirt freshman offensive lineman Roderick Johnson.
Finally, football.We're less than 24 hours from the first SEC games of the week. To celebrate, let's catch up with what's happening around the league.