- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here we are at the end of another week, but thankfully a small taste of football is temporarily returning.
Let's take a look around the SEC as some schools have already opened spring practice and some are preparing for their first workout.
Short on defensive linemen and flush with talented linebackers, South Carolina defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward says he will tinker with a 3-4 this spring.
Gary Pinkel's new contract at Missouri pushes him over the $3 million salary threshold and runs through 2020.
Georgia's Hutson Mason is focused on improving his mechanics and footwork as he approaches his lone season as the Bulldogs' starting quarterback.
Arkansas' Bret Bielema told reporters on Thursday that he will not waver on his opinion that slowing down college offenses will improve player safety.
Butch Jones says continuity is extremely valuable as his Tennessee program prepares to open spring practice.
Ole Miss' Deterrian – formerly D.T. – Shackelford hopes to make the most of his his rare sixth season of NCAA eligibility.
The Advocate's Scott Rabalais writes that LSU's new quarterbacks will bring a Johnny Manziel-like quality to the Tigers' offense that didn't exist when Zach Mettenberger was under center.
Texas A&M's Manziel has agreed to an endorsement deal with Nike, by the way.
Kentucky's new special teams coach Craig Naivar brings a Texas connection to the Wildcats' recruiting efforts.
Eleven former SEC players were among those listed on the ballot for this year's College Football Hall of Fame class.
In ranking the most talented rosters in college football for 2014, Athlon found that Alabama, Florida, LSU, Auburn and Georgia all rank in the top 10.
AL.com's Brandon Marcello examines Heisman Trophy finalist Tre Mason's potential successors in Auburn's backfield.
Surgeon Dr. James Andrews has examined former Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio's knee and says it is not in the bad shape several recent reports have claimed.
Most SEC athletic directors prefer playing an eight-game conference schedule, but the league's presidents will have their say in the decision.