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  1. SEC lunch links

    Chris Low

    Hope everyone had a happy NFL draft day. We get another one today and then another one on Saturday: Cecil Hurt of The Tuscaloosa News writes that the city of Tuscaloosa will recover, but it won't be easy. Friends mourn the death of Ashley Harri...

    Blog | April 29, 2011
  2. SEC has 10 players go in first round

    Chris Low

    The first round of the 2011 NFL draft on Thursday night had a definitive SEC flavor to it. It opened with an SEC player being selected and then closed several hours later with an SEC player being selected. All told, there were 10 players from t...

    Blog | April 29, 2011
  3. SEC quarterback battles this spring

    Chris Low

    We're coming up on a month from the start of spring practice for some of the SEC schools. There could be several interesting quarterback battles brewing. Here's a quick glance at a few of those that are up for grabs: LSU First-year offensive...

    Blog | February 08, 2011
  4. SEC trails only ACC in Pro Bowl players

    Chris Low

    Turns out the SEC isn't No. 1 in everything when it comes to football. OK, just kidding around, so no reason to flood me with e-mails, Big Ten and Pac-10 fans. I realize quality football is played in other parts of the country over and above the S...

    Blog | January 19, 2011
  5. Fairley finalist for Lombardi Award

    Chris Low

    Auburn defensive tackle Nick Fairley is one of four finalists for the 2010 Rotary Lombardi Award. The other finalists are TCU center Jake Kirkpatrick, Clemson defensive end Da'Quan Bowers and Iowa defensive end Adrian Clayborn. The Lombardi Awa...

    Blog | November 11, 2010
  6. Lunchtime links: Gators at a crossroads

    Chris Low

    Some SEC links to munch on: With key players graduating and coaches leaving, Florida's program is at a crossroads, writes Jeremy Fowler of The Orlando Sentinel. Kentucky wraps up practice on campus and heads to Nashville on Wednesday to begin...

    Blog | December 22, 2009