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Byron De'Vinner, a Nashville-based 7-on-7 coach, details more about the recruiting allegations revolving around Mississippi State freshman Will Redmond.
The NCAA's new helmet rule is not making friends with players or coaches.
Wally Hall of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette writes that Nick Saban is adored by fans, but is abhorred by the media.
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron is on a pursuit of perfection.
Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson "looked good" in practice, but still hasn't been cleared to play against Alabama Saturday.
Brad Locke of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal writes that Mississippi State might need a stimulant to get through the next stretch of games.
Auburn defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder says press man coverage is not an option for the Tigers' secondary right now.
Georgia is spreading it out more on offense.
LSU wide receiver Kadron Boone is making the most out of limited plays.
Tennessee plans to be more efficient rushing against Florida.
Texas A&M's defensive "bite" in the loss to Florida is an encouraging sign.
Pat Dooley of the Gainesville Sun writes that the Florida-Tennessee rivalry is back.
Vanderbilt hopes that a quieter Jordan Rodgers plays better.
South Carolina cornerback Jimmy Legree is paying more attention on the field.
Kentucky linebacker Alvin Dupree will play where he can to help the Wildcats.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel blames himself for not having the Tigers emotionally ready for Georgia.
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze and athletic director Ross Bjork defend defensive back Trae Elston after his hit and suspension.