Bruce Feldman talks with former UGA player David Pollack about the team severing ties with Zach Mettenberger, the new-look Dawgs defense and the future of the SEC East. Plus, Pollack picks his most under- and overrated NFL draft prospects.
Mike VI's historic first day on the job produced plenty of anticipation and excitement in Tiger country.
Ivan Maisel and Mark Schlabach share the three things they can't wait to see this fall in the SEC.
Take a look at what SEC questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
The SEC is always loaded with talented players, but the real star power in 2007 might be on the sidelines.
With spring practices getting started, our SEC notebook addresses the big questions for each team.
Close calls, coaches heading into a make-or-break season and the Ol' Ball Coach on the brink highlight the SEC season-ending wrap-up.
Florida coach Urban Meyer doesn't like to be labeled a zero-tolerance coach. Find out why in this week's SEC notebook.
Steve Spurrier's return to the swamp, multiple QB changes and several teams trying to become bowl eligible highlight this week's SEC notebook.
Stopping the Cards' potent passing attack is key for Rutgers, but in the end Brian Brohm and Co. will be too much to handle, writes Bruce Feldman.
Florida and Arkansas are the favorites to win the SEC championship, but they'll have stiff competition from LSU, Tennessee and Auburn.
Down 17, Erik Ainge could have quit. After losing two of three, NC State could have hung it up. They didn't, so their stock is up, writes Todd McShay.
From Tennessee's offensive surge to LSU's receivers to Joe Tereshinski taking over at Georgia, ESPN.com runs through all the important story lines in the SEC.
The Tigers' defense should expose Florida's offensive line, and JaMarcus Russell is ready to respond in a tough road spot, writes Bruce Feldman.
From Alabama's ambiguous talent to Georgia's one-two defensive end combo, ESPN.com runs through all the important story lines in the SEC.
Auburn and LSU played in a different kind of Separation Saturday -- the kind that separates the men from the boys, writes Ivan Maisel.