Bob Stoops, Steve Spurrier and Rich Rodriguez are among the coaches who take the opportunity to ding rivals during preseason interviews.
For the season's final two games, it's time to appreciate the unique talents of Johnny Manziel, who could be on his farewell tour.
Alabama Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban hasn't been a fan of the hurry-up, no-huddle offense, but that doesn't mean he won't eventually give it a try.
Even without its trademark defense, Alabama found a way to beat Texas A&M.
Week 1 had plenty of ups and downs, but don't be too quick to make a judgment on a whole season.
What you see is what you get with Johnny Manziel
There was a time when playing in the SEC was almost a prerequisite for becoming a head coach in the SEC. That's not the case anymore.
The short-term answer for the SEC is to keep the number of conference games at eight, but coaches and athletic directors agreed Wednesday that a move to nine conference games is probably inevitable.
Johnny Manziel spoke to the media for the first time all season on Monday.
Florida spoiled Texas A&M's SEC debut, wearing the Aggies down in the second half with a distinctly SEC style.
The SEC has been wondering what to expect from Missouri and Texas A&M since they emerged as candidates for expansion. We'll have our first answers Saturday, when the Aggies host Florida and Missouri hosts Georgia.
It's another offseason of change in college football, but this season sees the first foray into expansion for the vaunted SEC.
As signing day approaches, Chris Low takes a look at the recruiting needs for each team in the Big 12.