Twelve accomplished resumes. Twelve huge egos. Welcome to the SEC's alpha male coaching fraternity, which ranks among the most revered of all time, writes Pat Forde.
While the SEC has a long and storied past, the weekly nail-biting finishes made the 2007 season unlike any in the conference's 75-year history.
Coaching news, wild finishes and season-ending collapses marked the SEC's regular season. Here is a look at the SEC's regular season, team-by-team.
From Mark Richt's motivational ploy to Alabama-LSU to Earl Bennett's record day, the SEC is covered here.
From Arizona State-Oregon to Ohio State-Wisconsin, Bruce Feldman makes his picks for Week 10.
LSU coach Les Miles' curious last-second decision and Steve Spurrier's woe-is-our-offense claim are just some of the topics covered in the SEC notebook.
From Arkansas' injury woes to looming SEC showdowns to LSU's defense feeling the heat, the SEC is covered here.
LSU flexed its muscles during the first half of the season, but the rest of the SEC race is as crazy as ever.
From LSU's shot at running the SEC table to Auburn's recovery to what's next for Florida, Kentucky, South Carolina and Tennessee in the East race, the midseason report has the SEC covered.
Auburn's winning ways on the road, Arkansas' players backing their coach and Mississippi State's QB crunch are just some of the topics in the SEC notebook.
From Darren McFadden's Heisman numbers to Nick Saban's advice for the media to Tim Tebow's running skills, the SEC is covered here.
From Kentucky's turnaround to DJ Hall's receiving record to Steve Spurrier's thoughts on the LSU job, the SEC is covered here.
From Tennessee's scare against Cal to LSU coach Les Miles' dig at Charlie Weis to Arkansas' impressive backfield, the SEC is covered here.
The SEC might be the toughest conference in the country, so reloading at the right positions is a must, writes Steve Muench.
There are some special specialists around the nation who might not end up in the highlights, but they often prove to be real difference makers in the fall.
Take a look at what SEC questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.