We're bouncing around the league to find out what teams are up to as classes get underway.
John DeShazier of The New Orleans Times-Picayune writes that with the recent off-the-field issues with the Tigers, LSU is stumbling into the season opener against Oregon.
After all the hype and talk surrounding junior college transfer John Jenkins, it is Kwame Geathers who is making the most noise at Georgia's noseguard position.
With some help from a scientific study, Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News writes that the state of Alabama belongs to the Tide and Auburn is just living in it.
Former Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel is still struggling with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, which he contracted in June.
Demetruce McNeal is improving inside of Auburn's new-look secondary.
Fifth-year offensive lineman Grant Freeman is ready for a starting job at Arkansas.
Kentucky's running back group is looking to fill the playmaking void on offense.
Vanderbilt punter Richard Kent would actually prefer less playing time this fall.
Brad Locke of The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal has your guide to covert cowbell operations for the Mississippi State season.
Freshman Jadeveon Clowney is improving every day at practice.
Florida's secondary still needs work now that preseason camp is over.
Tight end depth is a concern at Tennessee.
Ole Miss' freshman linebackers are in the spotlight heading into the season.