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SEC commish Mike Slive told the Associated Press that the five power conferences want to be able to pass their own legislation. A vote on restructuring the NCAA will likely be before the board of directors in early August.
Coach Derek Mason says Vanderbilt is "in the process of scheduling" a game against Stanford, where he was defensive coordinator last year.
Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt says he's not worried about three departures from the Dawgs' D, and he's not afraid to play freshmen.
South Carolina AD Ray Tanner said he's talked with school president Harris Pastides about the possibility of beer sales in Williams-Brice Stadium. Tanner is not a fan.
LSU's new offensive line coach, Jeff Grimes, has already made an impression with his teaching style.
Gainesville Sun columnist Pat Dooley says Gator fans shouldn't hold their breath for a neutral-site game against Miami. After speaking with Florida AD Jeremy Foley, the guess is that game could be scheduled in 2023.
Former Kentucky QB Jalen Whitlow has found a home. He transferred to Eastern Illinois.
And finally, Texas A&M fans can now drink a beer called "Johnny Man'z Ale" as long as they're willing to drive to Ohio. In other offseason news, Manziel took third-team snaps during the Cleveland Browns' OTAs.
The College Football Hall of Fame is announcing its 2014 inductees today at 12:30 p.m. ET. You can watch it live at footballfoundation.org. Here's a breakdown of this year's nominees from the SEC.