Satellite camps, misconduct rule for transfers, and replays are just some of the things that could be discussed at the SEC spring meetings.
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Here is a list of one key player from each SEC East team that will be counted on to play a bigger role this fall.
Georgia Dome clash among top openers
Kirby Smart's first game as Georgia head coach is a challenging matchup against ACC Coastal champion North Carolina. ESPN's FPI gives the Bulldogs a 62 percent chance to beat the Tar Heels, winners of 11 games last season. Top Week 1 matchups (Insider)
Georgia has apologized to its athletic association's board over rapper Ludacris being paid $65,000 to perform at the Bulldogs' spring football game and being provided liquor and a box of condoms.
Georgia has a new coach, possibly a freshman QB and a star running back coming off a serious injury. So Kirby Smart and Co. can't win in 2016, right? Wrong. Keep an eye on the sleeper Dawgs.
Every season there are players who take the next step or live up to their potential. Here's a look at some players poised for a breakout this fall.
Jeffrey Okudah, the top-ranked defensive back in the Class of 2017, is uncommitted. Whose skill set does his, and other top prospects' games, model?
His widely admired predecessor won nearly 10 games a year for 15 seasons and still got fired. Smart knows he needs to quickly have the Bulldogs competing for titles to avoid a similar fate.
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 SEC is usually known for its elite front-sevens on defense and while the defensive line is where it all starts, linebackers are almost as equally important.
Nick Chubb continued to rehab is knee but is apparently ahead of schedule. Still, the staff is going to be very cautious with his return this fall.
We will see two storied programs competing with playoff implications already on the table when Alabama and USC face off in Week 1.
Who are the X factors in each Power 5 conference who have the potential to become major difference-makers in 2016?
From QBs to linemen to a linebacker and running back, these are the guys who are keys to their teams' success in 2016.
Any top-five list will generate controversy, but Ole Miss' Patrick Willis was a big omission from our rundown of the best SEC LBs of the past decade.
Will Eason ease into starting role?
At some point, Jacob Eason will need to. The real question in Athens is whether he'll be the guy in Week 1. If Greyson Lambert and Brice Ramsey have anything to say about it, the youngster will have to wait his turn. Ranking QB battles (Insider)
Notre Dame and Alabama lead the nation's top post-springcollege football quarterback battles.
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.
Alex Scarborough and Greg Ostendorf get into the Julio Jones vs. A.J. Green debate.
Will Chubb change a franchise's fortunes?
Despite a devastating knee injury last season, that's what NFL teams will hope next spring. Mel Kiper Jr. ranks Nick Chubb as the second-best underclassman RB eligible for the draft. Top offensive players for 2017 draft (Insider)
Georgia coach Kirby Smart talks to Ivan Maisel, Chris Low and Adam Rittenberg about his transition to Athens, his message to the Bulldog players and much more.