It's the middle of the week, so games are only days away. Check out some links while you wait.
The grand jury will decide on the next step for LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson and linebacker Josh Johns in the bar fight case later today.
Now that the SEC has its 13th member, the conference enters a whole new world with unanswered questions about expansion.
Mike Herndon of The Mobile Press-Register writes that Alabama is just as impressive as LSU after the first four weeks of the season.
Vanderbilt starting outside linebacker Tristan Strong is out for the season after suffering a knee injury against South Carolina over the weekend.
Former Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin claims to have no knowledge of alleged violation of former Vols assistant Willie Mack Garza.
True freshman Quan Bray will get his shot at receiver with Trovon Reed out with an injury.
Despite the weapons Arkansas has on offense, it is still searching for answers on that side of the ball.
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen is keeping things fresh with his team heading into the Georgia game.
Even with all the on-field troubles quarterback Stephen Garcia has had this season, his South Carolina teammates are still supporting him.
Struggling Ole Miss is having to rely heavily on junior punter Tyler Campbell this season.
Florida center Jonotthan Harrison is confident Florida will be able to run the ball against Alabama this weekend.
The future of sophomore cornerback Derek Owens with Georgia's football program is uncertain.
Despite some offensive struggles, Kentucky's offensive line is starting to come together.