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Hitting the SEC links on a Thursday.
Recruits are keeping an eye on Arkansas as athletic director Jeff Long searches for a new head coach.
Harry King of the Arkansas News Bureau writes that going with an interim coach may be the best direction for Arkansas.
Shon Coleman's battle with cancer and his return to the football field are an inspiration to his Auburn teammates.
Herbicide injury reappears in Toomer's Oaks.
Ole Miss' assistants have taken slight drop in total salary from the staff under Houston Nutt.
LSU coach Les Miles will be a part of the NFL Network draft broadcast.
Former Alabama linebacker Rolando McClain settled a two-year-old lawsuit with an Alabama student.
Alabama linebacker Adrian Hubbard is trying to be a playmaker for the Crimson Tide wherever he can on the field.
Kentucky hopes wide receiver Demarco Robinson can ramp up the return game for the Wildcats.
Mississippi State's versatile linebackers have become the strength of this Bulldogs team.
Quarterback Tyler Russell is starting to master Mississippi State's offense.
Florida recruits feel confident about the Gators after spring game.
Georgia continues to toe the line when it comes to drug testing.
Georgia's offensive line is working hard to forge a bond up front.
Tennessee's tight ends are moving all around the football field this spring.
The Vols are building to keep the kicking game consistent.
Mitch Morse is a leading candidate to be Missouri's next starting center.
Demolition is still an option for Texas A&M's Kyle Field.
Hitting the SEC links on a Thursday. Recruits are keeping an eye on Arkansas as athletic director Jeff Long searches for a new head coach. Harry King of the Arkansas News Bureau writes that going with an interim coach may be the best direction for Arkansas.