- Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer
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NFL football starts tonight! It's nothing but football from here on out.
LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger feels some heat playing the high-profile position of quarterback in the SEC.
Florida's offensive line is rushing to protect.
Alabama's No. 1 ranking is nothing that players are getting hyped up about.
Missouri sophomore running back Marcus Murphy is now on Georgia's mind.
Marc Weiszer of the Athens Banner-Herald writes that Georgia is often out of luck when out of town against new opponents.
Auburn's depth chart still features a "competitive situation," says defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder.
Mississippi State's wide receivers leave little to complain about.
Mike Herndon of the Mobile Press-Register writes that Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin takes the easy way out when it comes to discipline.
The Aggies are tired of playing the waiting game.
Kentucky senior Aaron Boyd can finally make good on his promise.
Tennessee puts up a good front on defense.
Arkansas and Louisiana-Monroe are in the final year of their unique contract.
Vanderbilt is still looking for its No. 2 running back.
Ole Miss had some good points in its season-opening victory.
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