- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
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The day after the Super Bowl is always depressing for football fans. It’s the last real game until the college season starts again in August. But maybe a look around the SEC in today’s lunch links will be just the thing to pick you up.
Former Auburn running back Tre Mason has big ambitions. He's set his sights on the first round of the NFL draft after signing with an agent.
Jesse Williams didn't have to play a snap to become the first Australian-born player to ever win the Super Bowl. He and fellow Seahawk James Carpenter weren't the first former Alabama players to win the prize, though.
Former Florida star Percy Harvin shook off an extended layoff to shine in the Super Bowl, but his performance didn’t surprise those who knew him well.
At the ripe age of 50, the fax machine has seen its usefulness go largely by the wayside. E-mail, cell phones and other pieces of technology have outpaced the fax in recent years. So why exactly does the machine still dominate signing day?
With just two days left before signing day, the nation’s No. 1 recruit Leonard Fournette is ready to sign with LSU and take ‘BUGA Nation’ with him to Baton Rouge.
With all of the recent coaching changes in Athens, it wouldn't have been a surprise to see Georgia take a hit on the recruiting trail. But now it looks as though the class might fare better because of it.
As Arkansas coach Bret Bielema and his staff hit the home stretch of the recruiting season, they do so knowing that they'll return to campus without a member of their 2013 recruiting class.
Sheldon Richardson was never one to pipe down. The former Missouri defensive lineman, known for calling the SEC "old-man football," backed up all his talk with a huge rookie season in the NFL.