Spring practice has come and gone for all but one team in the SEC. Kentucky holds its spring game this Saturday. Here's a look at what's shaking around the league:
Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News writes that fans shouldn't be surprised if AJ McCarron and Phillip Sims split time at quarterback next season.
Auburn's Aubrey Phillips is playing with something to prove, writes Jay. G. Tate of The Montgomery Advertiser.
Andy Bitter of The Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer wraps up Auburn's spring practice with a notebook.
Mike Herndon of The Mobile Press-Register has a Q&A with SEC commissioner Mike Slive.
Tennessee freshman cornerback Justin Coleman hasn't backed down this spring.
The 2011 Music City Bowl is set for Dec. 30.
Former Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett reportedly admitted drug usage to NFL teams during interviews.
Former Ole Miss players find themselves in limbo in the NFL's ongoing labor dispute.
Mississippi State receiver Chad Bumphis suffered a sprained ankle and not a broken ankle as he initially feared.
Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun takes a look at which is the tougher schedule for Florida -- 2006 or 2011?
The Columbus, Ga., high school coach of the three players charged in the theft at Georgia's football complex apologized to Georgia coach Mark Richt.