SEC media days are over, but we still have some links to close out your week.
Scheduling debate continued at SEC media days.
Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun gives us his final impressions of SEC media days.
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron says people must be "out of their minds" if they think he dissed Johnny Manziel in any way.
Alabama faced few questions about a possible three-peat at SEC media days, but maintained its process-driven focus.
The lost year: Gus Malzahn, Houston Nutt and Mitch Mustain open up about their days together at Arkansas.
Scott Rabalais of the Baton Rouge Advocate writes that Les Miles' antics help him fit in the SEC more and more.
LSU's new offense is about simple changes.
Georgia coach Mark Richt and his Bulldogs race to be ready for 2013.
Tennessee picks up its 21st commitment with the pledge of offensive lineman Ray Raulerson.
Missouri quarterback James Franklin is eager to show there's grit behind his grin.
During a visit to Dallas, Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin jokes that the Aggies will be OK at quarterback.
Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews ranks No. 7 on The Gainesville Sun's list of the SEC's top 25 players in 2013.
Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart thinks the Vols representatives at SEC media days "did great down there."
Mississippi State is going old school by putting its quarterback under center.
Ole Miss announces a record year for donations.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema sees value in the state of Texas.
Vanderbilt linebacker Chase Garnham joins the NCAA lawsuit.
Kentucky defensive tackle Donte Rumph hopes the Wildcats will follow his lead.