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"College Football Live" and its Summer Tour stops in Alabama today. Tom Rinaldi and Todd McShay will check in on Nick Saban, AJ McCarron and Co. Catch them throughout the day on "SportsCenter" and on CFB Live at 5 p.m. ET on ESPNU.
Here are some other things from around the SEC that you may find interesting.
Alabama's deep group of receivers may make this year's offense one of the best in school history, receiver Kenny Bell says.
Auburn fullback Jay Prosch draws strength from his faith and family as he tries to overcome his mother's death.
Georgia's offense didn't exactly light it up in the Bulldogs' first scrimmage.
LSU is trying to make sure its players act responsibly when using social media.
Kentucky forced just 13 turnovers last season and the Wildcats are making that a point of emphasis during the preseason.
Vanderbilt receiver Jonathan Krause is trying to rebound from a season in which he was the forgotten man on offense.
Florida having a successful season doesn't hinge on the quarterback, receivers or offensive line. It depends on how well the linebackers develop. The Gators did lose one of the country's top kick returners on Wednesday when the school announced that Andre Debose had suffered a torn ACL.
Texas A&M running back Ben Malena is a steadying force in the Aggies' backfield.
Five former college quarterbacks weigh in on how they believe Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel has handled his success.
Missouri still hasn't settled on a starting quarterback. James Franklin, is trying to hold off redshirt freshman Maty Mauk and sophomore Corbin Berkstresser.
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is frustrated with quarterback Bo Wallace's decision making.
TCU coach Gary Patterson took a shot at LSU coach Les Miles for reinstating running back Jeremy Hill after allowing teammates to vote to return to the team.
"College Football Live" and its Summer Tour stops in Alabama today. Tom Rinaldi and Todd McShay will check in on Nick Saban, AJ McCarron and Co. Catch them throughout the day on "SportsCenter" and on CFB Live at 5 p.