Months after the SEC joined the satellite camp craze, the conference's coaches still have reservations about the whole arrangement.
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David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer
Mark Richt on recruiting Deshaun Watson to UGA: "I told (OC) Mike Bobo, this guy is going to take someone to a national championship." Richt said he was convinced as soon as Clemson signed Watson, they'd be great. His take on Watson's TD pass vs Georgia in his first career game: "I was glad they took him out after that."
Where should college football's top 25 teams turn when they need one yard to win the game on the last play? Get ready for some surprises.
Georgia takes over the SEC Network
The 24-hour Georgia marathon begins at midnight on SEC Network. Among the great games being replayed on Tuesday are the 1981 Sugar Bowl win over Notre Dame and the 1983 NCAA tournament win over North Carolina. Full schedule
Here are teams in each conference moving in the right direction and those which struggled this summer.
A thin interior defensive line could lead to fewer obvious passing situations, which could undermine what Georgia's defense does best: rushing the QB.
The top of the 2016 college football heap is projected to look a lot like the end of 2015 -- starting with Alabama and Clemson. But what are the sneaky-good teams that could crash the CFP party?
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Georgia's Kirby Smart is candid about his players, including a secondary that returns just about everyone. "We've got some good players back but not great players, certainly not the level I would be accustomed to coming from Alabama," Smart said. "It's not that caliber of corners." Safety Dominick Sanders is the clear leader of the group but, according to Smart, needs great players around him to maximize his potential. "He's an All-SEC second-team type of guy," Smart said.
The SEC will have 10 teams with new coordinators next year, and their players already have formed some opinions of their new coaches.
Georgia coach Kirby Smart comments on his path to his new role, getting his players on the same page, the Bulldogs' RB situation, the team's facilities and Jacob Eason's abilities.
Ivan Maisel sits down with Georgia's Kirby Smart to discuss how he landed his new job, his transition into his new role and what he expects from starting a freshman QB.
Watch: New SEC coaches on SportsCenter
South Carolina's Will Muschamp and Georgia's Kirby Smart are scheduled to be guests on Monday's SportsCenter. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Georgia coach Kirby Smart is thinking about the plan for freshman quarterback Jacob Eason "every day" as camp looms. "Where do his reps go? Who does he rep with? Who does he rep behind? How do we rotate him in scrimmages," Smart said. "How do we get this guy ready to play?" Since Greyson Lambert and Brice Ramsey have more experience, Eason needs more preseason reps. "His growth potential is more, his ceiling's probably more," Smart said of Eason. "But the other two, we've got to have ready to play because I don't think you can start a season relying totally on a true freshman."
Marion Campbell, who starred on the Philadelphia Eagles' 1960 championship team before later serving as their head coach, died Wednesday at the age of 87.
Dobbs, Kelly represent SEC
Alabama and Tennessee are picked as the favorites to meet in the title game, but the SEC writers' poll has been known to be wrong most of the time.
Fournette among 13 SEC running backs on Doak Walker watch list
Fournette among the SEC's best ever
LSU RB Leonard Fournette averaged more rushing yards per game last year than Bo Jackson did in his 1985 Heisman season.
The year of the running back?
Leonard Fournette is among Thursday's participants at SEC media days. He's one of four returning RBs in the SEC to rush for more than 1,000 yards last season.
The offensive linemen and several big-time programs came out with big wins from the action at The Opening.
Vegas isn't betting against the Tide
Alabama has 3-2 odds to win the SEC championship and 5-1 odds to win the national championship, according to the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.
Tennessee heavily favored in SEC East
ESPN's Football Power Index gives Tennessee a 57 percent chance to reach the SEC championship game.
Tuesday was consumed with off-field storylines at SEC media days, where Mississippi State's decision to bring in Jeffery Simmons was the hot topic.