- Sam Khan Jr., ESPN Staff Writer
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Plenty of news or nuggets to digest today around the SEC. Have at it:
NCAA president Mark Emmert will take the stand today in the Ed O'Bannon antitrust trial. His testimony will likely be the most paid attention to of any in the trial.
Former Florida Gators All-American fullback Larry Dupree died of a heart attack on Sunday at 71.
Auburn's famed golden eagle Tiger, also known as War Eagle VI, died on Wednesday.
Former Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham is examining potential landing spots, including Oklahoma, according to The Oklahoman. Here are reasons why it does and doesn't make sense for DGB to join the Sooners.
Texas A&M's recruiting success has given birth to a new hashtag that some coaches and committed recruits use on social media, #WRTS, which is believed to be an acronym for "We Run This State." Head coach Kevin Sumlin is coy when asked about it.
Incoming freshman tight end Hunter Atkinson's career at Georgia is coming to a close before it started, as he has opted not to play football.
Could Blake Sims have an impact on Alabama's season even if he's backing up Jacob Coker? AL.com says yes.
It has been a rough week for Kentucky recruiting, as four of its top targets have committed elsewhere.
South Carolina plans to stick to its nonconference scheduling plan.