From time to time, our SEC reporters will give their takes on a burning question facing the league. They will both have strong opinions, but not necessarily the same view. We will let you decide which reporter is right.
about 1 day ago | Edward Aschoff and Greg Ostendorf | LSU Tigers
The World Cup begins today. Will you be watching? If so, make sure you take in today's lunch links before Brazil and Croatia kick off. If not, still check out the lunch links and see what's going on around the SEC.
When is it worth it for an assistant coach like Mike Bobo or Kirby Smart to move up to the head coaching ranks? ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach says it's all about timing and fit. For more on the SEC, check out Wednesday's lunch links.
about 43 days ago | Greg Ostendorf | Texas A&M Aggies
Safety already ranked among the most unproven positions on LSU's roster. Jalen Mills' arrest and indefinite suspension on Wednesday only adds to the uncertainty. Mills was arrested early Wednesday and charged with second-degree battery in connection with an incident last month in which he allegedly punched a woman in the mouth at a Baton Rouge apartment complex.
Now the real fun begins. Mid-October is a time when teams start to separate themselves. Heading into Week 7 last season, Alabama, Georgia, Texas A&M, LSU, South Carolina and Florida were all in the top 20 of the AP poll.
about 46 days ago | Alex Scarborough and Greg Ostendorf | Texas A&M Aggies
The preseason watch lists for 2014 are about to start rolling in, and already we have 42 names on the Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list, which is awarded annually to the defensive player who has the biggest impact on his team.
It's never too early to look ahead. The 2014 NFL draft is over. It's dead to us already. On to 2015. The SEC had the first pick (Jadeveon Clowney), the most intriguing pick (Johnny Manziel), the most talked-about pick (AJ McCarron) and the most historically significant pick (Michael Sam) in the entire draft this year.
about 73 days ago | Alex Scarborough | Texas A&M Aggies
Three things we learned in the spring about the LSU Tigers: 1. QB race is on: If the spring game made anything clear, it's that the quarterback race between Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris was much closer than we might have anticipated prior to spring practice.
LSU's spring practice ended two weeks ago, leaving a full 15 weeks before the Tigers return to the practice field. The position battles that started in the spring will continue through summer workouts before resuming in front of coaches in August.