Taking a look around the SEC today ...
Alabama and Florida have separated themselves at the top of the SEC, Ron Higgins writes in The Commercial Appeal. Marcell Dareus stepped up as Alabama's star D-lineman this spring, Dave Curtis and Matt Hayes write in The Sporting News.
Tennessee's quarterbacks are easier to separate following spring practice, Austin Ward writes in the Knoxville News Sentinel. New Vols coach Derek Dooley is a big hit in Atlanta, Glenn LaFollette writes in the News Sentinel.
Steve Spurrier is challenging South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia every chance he gets, Joseph Person writes in The State.
Some Florida superlatives entering the summer, including a heated battle at cornerback, from the Orlando Sentinel's Jeremy Fowler.
Mississippi State is getting closer to naming a new athletics director, Kyle Veazey writes in The (Jackson) Clarion-Ledger.
Jevan Sneed and Andre Woodson are among the quarterbacks who didn't live up to their hype in the NFL, colleague Bruce Feldman writes.