- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
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We’re just a day away from Thanksgiving and the first SEC game of the week. It’s a good time to check out what’s going on around the league.
Saturday’s Iron Bowl will feature two defenses that clamp down in the red zone.
Auburn leads the SEC in rushing, but the Tigers are preparing to face the "best we've played" in Alabama's run defense.
Missouri running back Henry Josey is closing in on 1,000 yards, a milestone many thought would never happen after he suffered a brutal knee injury two years ago.
Connor Shaw will play his final home game Saturday, and win or lose he might go down as the best quarterback to ever play for South Carolina.
LSU has several juniors who could leave early for the NFL draft, but head coach Les Miles hopes they learn from the draft mistakes of their predecessors.
It was reported that Johnny Manziel would make a decision on whether or not he would declare for the 2014 NFL draft before Texas A&M’s bowl game, but Kevin Sumlin says he doesn’t know when that decision will come.
Get to know Hutson Mason, Georgia’s new quarterback, in a Q&A with reporters.
Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease might be coaching his last game this weekend, but he believes he deserves another chance with the Gators.
Both Ole Miss and Mississippi State will attempt to lock down momentum in Thursday’s Egg Bowl.
Tennessee quarterback Josh Dobbs remains "extremely confident" despite recent struggles.
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