Making the SEC rounds on a Thursday.
LSU All-America cornerback Morris Claiborne is leaving early for the NFL draft.
Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News writes that Jim McElwain went out in style as Alabama's offensive coordinator.
Arkansas linebackers coach Reggie Johnson and two grad assistants are headed to UAB to join former Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee's staff.
Offensive tackle prospect Patrick Miller switches his commitment from LSU and is now enrolled at Auburn for the spring semester.
Former Ohio State coach John Cooper says the NCAA should "look into" Alabama.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier says the Gamecocks accomplished yet another goal by finishing the season ranked ninth in the Associated Press poll -- the highest ranking ever by a South Carolina team.
Recruiting is the first step for Auburn's new defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder.
With the 2011 season officially over, Arkansas now turns its attention to national signing day in February.
New Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease has "some gunslinger in him."
Radio host Bobby Hebert defends his rant against LSU coach Les Miles following the Tigers' 21-0 loss to Alabama in the Allstate BCS National Championship Game.
Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham shoots down rumors swirling about him and says he wants to stay at Georgia a "very long time."
Kentucky offensive lineman Chandler Burden and cornerback Anthony Mosley will play in the Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game in Tucson, Ariz., next week.
Mississippi State has its eye on Georgia high school quarterback Nick Schuessler after JUCO standout Bo Wallace committed to Ole Miss over the Bulldogs.
Defensive back Tino Thomas is back on campus with Tennessee after a torn labrum forced him to grayshirt in 2011.
Tennessee could be close to filling a hole on its coaching staff, but also close to seeing another position open up.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin defends his recruiting practices, saying he doesn't guarantee playing time.