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"Separation Saturday" is getting closer and closer.
Arkansas coach John L. Smith's financial troubles are much deeper than first reported, as his liabilities stand at $40.7 million.
SEC coaches take the good and bad in dealing with late kickoffs.
Defense end Barkevious Mingo is doing whatever is asked of him at LSU.
Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray has another shot to make it big.
Florida running back Mike Gillislee benefits from time off during the bye.
Steve Spurrier and South Carolina excel in big games.
Auburn could change its starting lineup yet again on against Arkansas on Saturday.
Parrish Alford of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal writes that Ole Miss has been more physical in recent weeks.
Big offensive plays are killing Tennessee defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri.
Vanderbilt is trying to keep up in the SEC.
Missouri offensive tackle Elvis Fisher is headed back to duty on the Tigers' offensive line.
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin responds to Nick Saban's dig on no-huddles offenses.
Crowd noise doesn't get to Mississippi State quarterback Tyler Russell.
Will Kentucky's freshmen quarterbacks bring fans back to Commonwealth Stadium?
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