Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A check of what's making headlines in the SEC:
Neil Caudle is one of seven quarterbacks going through voluntary 7-on-7 workouts at Auburn this summer, but knows he enters preseason practice next month with his first legitimate chance to win the starting job.
Prized receiver signee Alshon Jeffery makes the grade in his online course and is ready to enroll in summer school classes at South Carolina.
It's back to football for Georgia defensive tackle Ricardo Crawford after spending two weeks last month in England as part of the university's study abroad program.
Tennessee is revamping its season-ticket process, and donors to specific academic programs will no longer qualify for tickets to football games or any athletic events. The new policy goes into effect in the 2010-11 season.
Columnist Ray Melick of The Birmingham News writes that the BCS bosses don't care if most of college football (including the fans) want a playoff.