We take a look at some of what's happening in the SEC on this day while keeping our friends at Auburn in our thoughts and prayers:
The search continues for the Auburn shooting suspect.
Evan Woodbery of The Mobile Press-Register has a heartbreaking piece on the young lives cut short in the Auburn shootings.
Auburn offensive lineman Eric Mack says he was simply trying to make sure everybody was safe and didn't realize at first that he'd been shot.
Kentucky is able to reel in recruits with perseverance.
Vanderbilt is right on pace with its facilities upgrade.
The SEC needs an extra cross-divisional game, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
Georgia defensive line coach Rodney Garner believes his 2012 defensive line stacks up with some of his best.
Top running back prospect Derrick Henry is still committed to Georgia (for now) after visiting Alabama over the weekend.
Mississippi State lands a commitment from offensive lineman Deon Mix of Batesville, Miss. Mix is rated by ESPN as the No. 15 offensive guard prospect in the country.
Tiger Town, Mo., plans to come together as the first SEC game nears.
Ole Miss is fine with keeping Vanderbilt as its permanent cross-divisional opponent.
Alabama is no longer on probation.