Record-setting Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper joins ESPN's Toni Collins to discuss how Lane Kiffin affected the Crimson Tide offense and the state of Alabama now that Cooper and several other contributors will turn pro.
Paul Finebaum and Matt Miller discuss the key SEC players who will go first in NFL draft.
Just the idea of Braxton Miller heading to Tuscaloosa is exciting and it raises all sorts of possibilities.
SEC Now takes a look at the history of SEC DBs and where they were selected in the NFL draft.
Defensive tackle Rashan Gary, the No. 1 overall recruit in the initial ESPN 300 for the 2016 class, joins ESPN's Matt Schick to talk recruiting, defensive scheme and the feelings of being the nation's top player.
Winning national championships, drawing enormous crowds to spring games and exploiting recruiting loopholes -- all of a sudden, the Big Ten is beating the SEC at its own game.
A woman asked a judge Thursday to dismiss her lawsuit against the daughter of Alabama football coach Nick Saban.
Paul Finebaum asks ESPN's Louis Riddick about Alabama's Amari Cooper and Georgia's Todd Gurley.
Paul Finebaum asks Michael Casagrande about other schools hosting satellite camps in SEC country.
The Crimson Tide, which have finished with the No. 1 class the last four years, ranked outside the top 10 in the initial ESPN rankings. National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert explains.
Alabama coach Nick Saban was asked about the possibility of Ohio State's Braxton Miller transferring in.
The newly minted No. 1 player isn't likely to make his college decision until the Under Armour All-American Game or signing day.
Five things to know going into the release of the ESPN 300 for the Class of 2016.
Thursday's release of the first 2016 ESPN 300 will feature plenty of fast-rising prospects.
Paul Finebaum and Bruce Feldman discuss the future of Alabama football and size of the team.