There are several top linebacker prospects who remain uncommitted in the ESPN 300. Which ones are SEC West schools targrting?
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Ranking the best SEC coaches of the past decade is a tough task with many factors to consider, but Nick Saban is an easy choice for the top spot.
The Dak Prescott era is over, and coach Dan Mullen is rebuilding the offense from the ground up.
We will see two storied programs competing with playoff implications already on the table when Alabama and USC face off in Week 1.
A look at the SEC West players who could be the difference between a championship season and heartbreak for their respective teams.
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.
The SEC blog's ranking of the conference's top five QBs of the past decade still has people talking -- including ESPN's college football writers.
Some SEC fans are elated with their curre recruiting classes. Some are less so. Don't get too comfortable. History says things are likely to change.
The Class of 2017 is filled with talented offensive line prospects. How many of them are being targeted by SEC West programs?
Mississippi State will get a chance to get its bearings early, but they'll have to be playing their best in November against four heavyweights.
How big could the SEC be?
In the spirit of conference expansion chatter, our Ryan McGee has an idea. He shook up the SEC, added four schools and juggled the divisions to help create a more balanced CFB map. Which teams are in the new West and East? Flipping the field
There are several dominoes still to fall with 2017 wide receivers, and SEC West schools are targeting some of the top talent.
After struggling mightily under coach Sylvester Croom, Mississippi State has soared under Dan Mullen, playing in a record six straight bowl games.
Though Alabama is off to a tremendous start, Georgia isn't far behind with eight commits, including six ranked in the ESPN 300.
Alabama coach Nick Saban has always found recruiting success at the running back position, and it looks to be more of the same in 2017.
The SEC, which boasts the reigning national champion (Alabama), led the way again with 51 total NFL draft picks, besting the Big Ten (47).
Of the 51 SEC players drafted by NFL teams over the weekend, 25 were ranked in the ESPN 300 or the ESPN JC 100.
Chris Jones will help Chiefs
He may be inconsistent, but he's not without value. On tape he showed better than Egg Bowl rival Robert Nkemdiche, and that's saying something. Best/riskiest picks of Day 2
Highlights: Dak Prescott
The Cowboys grabbed the former Mississippi State quarterback late in Round 4. Check out some of Prescott's best highlights.
McShay scouting report: Will Redmond
Get to know the newest 49er, No. 68 overall pick Will Redmond. Todd McShay breaks down the former Mississippi State cornerback.
Bio Blast: Chris Jones
The Chiefs opted for the Mississippi State product with the 37th overall pick. Jones tallied 8.5 sacks and 18 tackles for loss in three seasons with the Rebels.
Kiper scouting report: Chris Jones
Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the film on the Chiefs' second-round pick, Chris Jones. What does the No. 37 overall pick bring to the table for Kansas City?
Les Miles might have his best collection of secondary talent at LSU and that's saying a lot; Alabama and Florida boast talent on the back end, too.
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