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Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

With ESPN 300 receiver Hezekiah Jones' decommitment from Baylor Saturday evening, the Bears' 2017 recruiting class is essentially down to one commitment. While both ESPN 300 quarterback Kellen Mond and three-star safety Jalen Pitre remain officially committed, Mond is actively looking at Ohio State, Auburn and other schools. Jones backing off his commitment is a big loss for the Bears, but it also isn't a major surprise. Jones, the No. 16 receiver in the country, has continued to be heavily recruited by Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas A&M and many others even though he was a longtime Baylor commitment.

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A critical year for Gus Malzahn?

It seems like a long time since Malzahn's first Auburn team was minutes away from winning a national title. Travis Haney writes that while Malzahn's job is probably safe, the program appears to be trending in the wrong direction. SEC coaching situations (Insider)

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Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Kellen Mond, the nation's No. 2 dual-threat quarterback and Baylor's top commitment, said he's going to have an in-depth conversation with his parents about his status. Even though Mond has been committed to Baylor since last June, he has been looking at other schools like Ohio State and Auburn. "I'm not sure yet how it will affect my recruitment," said Mond, who attends Bradenton (Florida) IMG Academy but is originally from San Antonio. "I definitely committed there because of Art Briles, but I won't know or do anything until I talk to my parents more in depth."

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Baylor QB commit Kellen Mond was already looking around quite a bit before Bears' coach Art Briles was dismissed Thursday. A Big Ten recruiter just told me he expects Mond, the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback, to decommit today or within a few days because of the news. Mond is also heavily considering Ohio State, Auburn, Florida and others.

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4dChris Low and Adam Rittenberg

The heat is on: Ten games with the highest stakes in 2016

Some will have playoff implications. Some feature a team that needs to finally shut up its rival. Others might save a coach's job. Here are the games that have a little extra meaning in 2016.

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Defensive back Tim Irvin to transfer from Auburn

Auburn defensive back Tim Irvin, the nephew of Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin, announced via Twitter on Tuesday that he is transferring to another school.

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5dEdward Aschoff

Ranking the SEC's Week 1 games in 2016

We will see two storied programs competing with playoff implications already on the table when Alabama and USC face off in Week 1.

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6dGreg Ostendorf

Auburn post-spring breakdown

This spring might not have answered many questions, but it was a stepping stone for Auburn on its quest to turn things around.

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6dAlex Scarborough

Most important players in the SEC West

A look at the SEC West players who could be the difference between a championship season and heartbreak for their respective teams.

Will Auburn defense live up to billing?

We have a long ways to go, but Mel Kiper Jr. put together an early look at top defensive prospects across every position whom we could see in the 2017 NFL draft. Montravius Adams, Carl Lawson and Daniel Carlson are three Tigers to keep an eye on. Top defensive players for 2017 draft (Insider)

Who will be Tigers' starter?

Last year's QB quandary left quite the bad taste in the mouths of Auburn fans. Sean White seems to have had the steadiest spring practice of any of the Tigers' signal-callers, but don't count out John Franklin III. Ranking QB battles (Insider)

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10dAlex Scarborough

SEC coaching staffs finally seem set

The coaching carousel looks to have finally stopped in the SEC. So now is a good time to look back at all the new hires since the end of last season.

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Underclassman OL prospects shine

Guard Braden Smith and center Austin Golson are among the best draft-eligible offensive linemen heading into this upcoming season, according to Mel Kiper Jr. Will they live up to their billing? Top offensive players for 2017 draft (Insider)

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12dHeather Dinich

Ranked matchups highlight '16 ABC/ESPN kickoff

Tripleheaders featuring four games between ranked opponents highlight the opening Saturday of the 2016 college football season on both ABC and ESPN.

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16dDavid Purdum

Alabama, Oklahoma favorites in first Vegas lines

Alabama is a double-digit favorite over USC and Oklahoma is a big favorite over Ohio State in the first college football lines released Friday.