The Dash is back to say goodbye to five freaks and the Offseason from Hell, and hello to the players, coaches and teams that have us excited for 2011.
Optimism is at an all-time high at Ole Miss. But for the Rebels to join the SEC Big Boy Club, that feeling needs to be there in December, too.
Practice hasn't even started and college football's list of transgressions is voluminous. It's time for schools to take charge, writes Pat Forde.
ESPN.com has learned that Mississippi has identified three top candidates for its coaching vacancy, with Louisville's Bobby Petrino believed to be leading the list.
With speculation swirling, Mississippi coach David Cutcliffe and athletic director Pete Boone met Monday to discuss the state of the Rebels football program.
It's been a long time since there a game this big down at Ole Miss.
Once again, Ole Miss is off to a fast start. But this year, the Rebels are in better shape to keep it going.
Kentucky added another entry to its seemingly never-ending list of ways to lose games.
A look ahead at the Alabama Crimson Tide.
A look ahead at the Auburn Tigers.
A look ahead at the South Carolina Gamecocks.
A look ahead at the Florida Gators.
A look ahead at the Arkansas Razorbacks.
A look ahead at the Vanderbilt Commodores.
Eli Manning leads a potent Ole Miss offense, but the defense needs to improve for the Rebels to have a chance at the SEC West.
Eli Manning prepared for the football season by taking a European vacation this summer.