- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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Linking our way around the SEC:
Al Groh says his son was conflicted about leaving Alabama for the NFL.
Andrew Gribble of AL.com breaks down Alabama's defensive line entering spring practice.
Alabama is the most underrated and Tennessee the most overrated over the last decade in the SEC.
New Alabama offensive line coach Mario Cristobal will earn $475,000 annually.
Tennessee's 2014 signing class gets three new additions.
Mike Davis and Brandon Wilds are vying to take Marcus Lattimore's place as the Gamecocks' featured back.
Auburn's new coaches have chosen to work with a new slate.
Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun looks at five storylines this spring for Florida.
Former Georgia outside linebacker Jarvis Jones gets a good medical report.
LSU's deep backfield gives the offense a strong backbone.
Missouri releases its pre-spring depth chart.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel says the SEC was no different than what he expected.
Defensive end Austin Flynn has decided to transfer from Arkansas.
Tennessee should be up to 83 scholarship players this fall.