This season's roster of college football quarterbacks, headlined by Johnny Manziel and Marcus Mariota, is the deepest in years.
For all the stars that the Southeastern Conference has produced, it's the second line on the SEC depth charts that has propelled the league to the past six BCS championships.
The past three Heisman Trophy winners have been sophomores. Will the trend continue? Take a look at the top 20 candidates to claim the stiff-arm statue in 2010.
The spectacle known as the SEC media days begins on Wednesday. The three-day event acts as the unofficial start to the new season, and never fails to entertain and confound.
Alabama and Texas enjoyed some fun and games Saturday. But the object for both teams is to have fun in the game Thursday. Nick Saban and Mack Brown are well aware of that fact.
Florida and Alabama gave us a classic title game last season. This year, the stakes are even higher.
When four SEC coaches were asked to analyze the SEC championship game, they all came back to one difference-maker: Tim Tebow.
The preseason hype sent the season's stock to an all-time high. Now it feels like we were part of a Ponzi scheme.
No player or team has made the first half of the season sparkle, leaving fans waiting to be dazzled in the second half.
Between the games and the venues, the SEC takes center state this weekend.
With so many games, it was easy to cull out the best (and worst) of the bowl season crop.
Florida had the faster horses, that much we knew. But the Gators proved they're not all flash and speed. Against Bama, they proved they can tough it out against the best of them, writes Ivan Maisel.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 15, the clash of the SEC titans, Bobby Bowden's future and a coaching trend are lined up in the I-Formation.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 1, the end of chaos, a trendsetting game and Michael Phelps are lined up in the I-Formation.