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We've almost reached the conclusion of your SEC football season, so buckle up for a whole lotta links.
Auburn AD responds to Sports Illustrated story about Texas being Gus Malzahn's dream job.
Should Malzahn or Missouri's Gary Pinkel be SEC coach of the year? Discuss!
Mizzou and Auburn have to regroup from huge wins last week.
Texas president Bill Powers on Thursday tried to quash the rumors about the Horns going after Nick Saban, saying, "We don't have an opening."
Texas A&M president R. Bowen Loftin, who was just named Missouri's Chancellor-elect, takes a look back on the Aggies' move to the SEC and the Kevin Sumlin hire.
What did we learn in the SEC this season? The West is no longer just Bama and LSU.
Gamecocks fans are campaigning for an AT&T Cotton Bowl berth.
The TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl has emerged as an option for LSU.
A report in the Columbus (Miss.) Dispatch claims the Bulldogs, who finished the year with a 6-6 record, have a deal to go to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl. ... That would drop 8-4 Vanderbilt to the BBVA Compass Bowl on Jan. 4.
Narrowing the field in the search for Florida's next offensive coordinator.
Bret Bielema and his staff are meticulous about recruiting. His message to prospects: "We came here to win the SEC."
Top UK quarterback recruit clarifies that he didn't drive Mark Stoops' Mercedes. Well, OK then.