Cameron Newton didn't have much to say after leading Auburn to win No. 11 over Georgia. He let his four-touchdown performance do the talking.
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.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on Week 4, SEC defenses, hurricane damage and the surprising Mountain West are lined up in the I-Formation.
Mark Richt singing Rocky Top, no private planes in sight and Tommy Tuberville ready to wear a Georgia hat. Ivan Maisel saw all this and more as he wrapped up his trip with the coaches.
Five coaches visited the Middle East to give back to the troops, but they received as much as they gave. The coaches returned with lessons about maturity and teamwork sure to be shared with their teams.
After traveling more than 8,000 miles to visit three countries and a U.S. Navy ship, the coaches ended their tour of the Middle East with a debriefing with President George W. Bush.
As Ivan Maisel breaks the huddle on spring practice, Gridiron Bash, Georgia license plates and the nation's leading returning rusher are lined up in the I-Formation.
The recipe for the 2007 season features a generous sprinkling of Southeastern Conference powers, a dash of Southern California and a pinch of the southernmost team in the country.
With its two national championships, top-ranked recruiting classes and enthusiastic coach, USC made the strongest bid to be the top-ranked program in the last 10 years.
Even their big names are kinda boring -- Campbell, Williams, Brown. But while Auburn isn't flashy, the Tigers' consistency may just win them a national title.
From e-mail etiquette to angry Vols fans to Florida fans fighting the urge to hate, the inbox is always full.
Georgia's loss to Tennessee taught the Dawgs a little humilty while putting the Vols in control of the SEC East.
From questions about the best backfields to ramblings about the polls to who will play in the BCS bowls.