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2015 Schedule
7-6, 7th in SEC - West
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20hDerek Tyson

ESPN 300: Where the SEC stands

Though Alabama is off to a tremendous start, Georgia isn't far behind with eight commits, including six ranked in the ESPN 300.

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Four Auburn Tigers arrested on possession charges (2:49)
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3dMark Schlabach

Auburn players arrested on marijuana charges

Four Auburn football players, including star CB Carlton Davis III and highly touted defensive lineman Byron Cowart, were arrested Saturday on misdemeanor marijuana charges.

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Highlights: Blake Countess

The Eagles added a defensive back midway through Round 6, taking the Auburn product. Check out some of Countess' best highlights.

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Demarcus Robinson highlights (1:05)
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Highlights: Ricardo Louis

With their second pick of the fourth round, the Browns nabbed the former Auburn wide receiver. Check out some of Louis' best highlights.

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Highlights: Shon Coleman

Cleveland opted for Coleman, a tackle out of Auburn, with the 76th overall pick. Check out tape of the newest Brown.

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Gators and Tigers should meet more often

A casualty of the SEC's rigid scheduling policies, Auburn-Florida is a game that makes geographic sense above all else. It has more history than you may realize, too. Rivalries we wish were back on the schedule

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The Big Swagu's SEC Big Board (11:57)

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

The SEC has 34 ESPN 300 commitments in the initial release: Alabama 7, Georgia 6, Florida 4, Texas A&M 4, LSU 3, Auburn 2, Kentucky 2, Tennessee 2, Arkansas 1, Mississippi State 1, Ole Miss 1 and South Carolina 1.

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8dEdward Aschoff

Where SEC West QB battles stand post-spring

Six of the seven teams in the SEC West entered spring with QB competitions. We check in to see where those battles stand coming out of spring.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Offensive tackle Trey Smith is the new No. 1 player in the 2017 class. Top teams on his early list are Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss and Tennessee.