Checking out the SEC with some Tuesday links.
Despite the four openings, the SEC was loaded with fine coaching in 2012.
Johnny Manziel says the win over Alabama was the top moment of his freshman year.
The rise of Johnny Football is a defining moment for Texas A&M.
Alabama safety Robert Lester says he felt like he "got hit by a bus" after the SEC championship game against Georgia.
Are Mike Gundy and Charlie Strong the top remaining candidates for the Tennessee opening?
Former Arkansas offensive coordinator Paul Petrino is introduced as Idaho's head coach.
The SEC is reviewing Quinton Dial's hit on Aaron Murray to see if he should be punished for it.
Mark Stoops brings championship aspirations to Kentucky.
Auburn athletic facility is removing Gene Chizik photo memories.
Auburn speaks to Bobby Petrino on the phone, but hasn't met face-to-face with him.
Auburn defensive lineman Gabe Wright acknowledges the anxious anticipation for the Tigers' new head coach.
Ole Miss coach Huge Freeze is building off of the Egg Bowl win.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin favors the SEC over Notre Dame.
LSU coach Les Miles is happy to be "wanted" by the Chick-fil-A Bowl.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel is learning the price of being in the SEC.
Dan Mullen takes on an old friend in the Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl.