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Finishing up the week some SEC links.
The SEC newbies are ready for their initiations this weekend.
Athlon Sports has its top SEC storylines for the weekend.
Alabama is perfecting the art of the play-action.
Arkansas' defense is counting on a better performance in Week 2.
Auburn freshman Avery Young feels right at home as Auburn's right tackle.
It's payoff time for Florida's offensive linemen.
Georgia offensive lineman Austin Long is healthy and his odds of playing this weekend are up.
Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart says the football team must earn respect, but empty seats are a larger problem.
Washington could be in a for a hot night in Baton Rouge when the Huskies take on LSU.
New coordinators at Auburn make the Tigers unpredictable for Mississippi State.
Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes that Missouri measures up in the SEC East.
Denzel Nkemdiche is building his own fame at Ole Miss.
South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw makes the throws, but it's still unknown if he'll play Saturday.
Tennessee is moving on with its no-huddle offense.
Texas A&M has an advantage this weekend against the Gators with its 12th Man.
Thad McHaney is no longer playing for Vanderbilt, but he's still contributing.
Finishing up the week some SEC links. The SEC newbies are ready for their initiations this weekend. Athlon Sports has its top SEC storylines for the weekend.