The college football season is only seven days away, but there is still a lot of recruiting action happening around the SEC. Here is a closer look at some of the hot topics throughout the conference:Louisiana teammates set official visitsNew Orleans Edna Karr teammates Speedy Noil and Gerald Willis III have set up two official visits to SEC schools.
Four-star running back Robert Washington, ranked No. 116 overall in the new ESPN 300, committed to Syracuse in a bizarre turn of events.
Offensive tackle La'El Collins is a lock to come off early, and several mock drafts have cornerback Jalen Collins joining him in the first round.
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Before his famous touchdown pass, Sebastian Tretola was simply a California kid trying to make it with the Razorbacks.
Offense is powering college football, and defensive coaches seeking top jobs must be aware of possible blackouts.
Just the idea of Braxton Miller heading to Tuscaloosa is exciting and it raises all sorts of possibilities.
Tennessee coach Butch Jones said the school is continuing to look into allegations against Von Pearson, who has been suspended indefinitely.
No major issues are likely to be changed as the leagues meet to discuss the College Football Playoff.
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A look at unanswered questions for Arkansas and Tennessee.
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rkansas closed out spring drills with its annual Red-White spring game, a 62-18 Red victory. Here are a few things we learned:
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Dallas Walker, who suffers from a neurological disorder, will call a play in the Arkansas Razorbacks' spring game on Saturday.
Former Mountaineers WR Kevin White said he more than proved himself as a player in college by dominating against the SEC.
If the spring game is any indication, the Tigers might spread things out a bit more on offense this fall.
A national title, enormous spring game crowds and exploiting recruiting loopholes. The Big Ten is flipping the script on the SEC.
Terry Goodwin decided to trade his helmet in for some shin guards earlier this week when he was allowed to play goalie for his high school team.
Five things to watch for in Tennessee's spring game on Saturday, including a new running back and a depleted defensive line.