Wow, what a first weekend of football around the SEC. And it's not over yet, since Tennessee-Utah State will wrap up the weekend on Sunday. For now, though, let's recap some of what we've learned so far about the SEC of 2014.
We continue our breakdown of each position group in the SEC on Wednesday by looking at a group that might be low on name recognition but quite high -- and deep -- on talent. Mike Evans, Odell Beckham Jr.
about 717 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Texas A&M Aggies
The 2014 NFL draft is over, and the SEC made quit the impression with a nation-leading 49 draft picks. But that was the past. It's time to look into the future, and NFL draft guru Todd McShay has us covered, even though he's due for a long vacation.
about 744 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Texas A&M Aggies
This season, it seems pretty much everything is wide open in the SEC. It should make for one of the most compelling seasons in years, and the receivers will be one of the most intriguing positions on the field.
about 745 days ago | Edward Aschoff | Texas A&M Aggies
Earlier today, we examined those newcomers in the SEC East who made big splashes this spring. Again, these are players on campus and practicing for the first time, junior college transfers or true freshmen who enrolled early.
How's your bracket looking after the first day? If you're like me, you're probably hoping for a better Day 2. If it's so bad that you're giving up on basketball and ready for football, then take a look at the latest news and notes around the SEC in today's lunch links.
We all know junior college players are a crap shoot. Sometimes you hit it big with them. Sometimes you swing and miss. With spring practice cranking up for a handful of SEC schools, we've come up with our top-five impact junior college newcomers in the league.