We're less than three weeks from the first college football games of the season, but there is still plenty of lineup shuffling occurring at some SEC schools. Take a look below.
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With Kiehl Frazier stepping aside to play safety, newcomers Jeremy Johnson and Nick Marshall are now the frontrunners to win Auburn’s starting quarterback job.
Meanwhile, Alabama senior AJ McCarron is helping train the young quarterbacks who will succeed him once his career is complete.
LSU offensive lineman Vadal Alexander is making an unusual position flip after a career-threatening injury suffered by starting left guard Josh Williford.
Catch video of South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier discussing injuries to defensive end Jadeveon Clowney and receivers Bruce Ellington and Damiere Byrd -- ailments that he claimed might keep them out of the opener against North Carolina.
Georgia’s Jordan Jenkins and Alabama’s Chris Black are among the 25 SEC breakout candidates listed today by Athlon Sports.
Florida’s Will Muschamp fills in a group of reporters about the status of the team as the Gators push toward their opener against Toledo.
Speaking of the Gators, Muschamp’s program picked up three big commitments on Monday.
Two of Missouri’s top players, running back Henry Josey and cornerback E.J. Gaines, sat out Tuesday morning’s practice with injuries.
Deciphering Saban speak: How good is Alabama really going to be this year?
Georgia’s Kolton Houston was only recently reinstated by the NCAA. Now he’s competing for a starting job along the Bulldogs’ offensive line.