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Week of April 13-19, 2015
(newest items are at the top of each section)
Football News
QB transfers could alter 2015 season by Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports
Aggies Garrett is being compared to some big names by Bruce Feldman, Fox Sports
Georgia QB competition enters next phase by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
Lack of QB depth could be issue for Vols from the Associated Press
Ten LSU players to watch in Spring game from the Times-Picayune
Tony Franklin reflects on offense's horrible fit at Auburn by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
Florida QB battle far from over by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun
Video of fight between EKU, Kentucky players released by Greg Kocher, the Herald-Leader
No SEC starting QB positions settled Saturday by Ron Higgins, the Times Picayune
Three things we will miss most about Lou Holtz on ESPN by Bill Bender, Sporting News
Arkansas State sells spring game coaching slot for $7,800 by Nick Bromberg, Yahoo Sports
Florida's "get-it-to-guy" is Demarcus Robinson by Zach Abolverdi, the Gainesville Sun
Freeze puts an emphasis on going faster this spring at Ole Miss by Riley Blevins, Clarion-Ledger

Basketball News
The year college basketball's coaching carousel got weird by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports
Is criticism of one-and-done players over by Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News
Razorback Michael Qualls reflective in departure announcement by Eric Bolin, Arkansas News
Duke, Kentucky vying for top talent by Josh Peter, USA Today
More than a perfect season ended for Calipari with Kentucky loss by Mark Story, the Herald-Leader
Grant returns to Florida by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
Recruiting is top priority at Missouri by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star
College experience contributes to Johnson's offensive philosophy by Matt Zenitz, AL.com

Football News-April 10, 2015
Saban not rushing QB selection by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Stoops says Kentucky defense has to do more than talk about making plays by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger
Running backs in true competition for reps by James Creapea, the Anniston Star
Nussmeier will call plays for Florida by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun
Establishing mutual respect at  important for Arkansas OC Enos by Tye Richards, the Arkansas Traveler
Grove Bowl preview: Offense by Cody Thomason, the Daily Mississippian
Five things to look for in South Carolina spring game by Will Helms, the Daily Gamecock
Through hardships, D-Line Zou excels by Bruno Vernaschi, the Maneater

Basketball News-April 10, 2015
Johnson not blowing up Alabama roster, but tough decisions ahead by Michael Casagrande, AL.com
Anderson determined to keep Missouri thriving by Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
NBA draft prospects for Kentucky's magnificent seven by Ben Roberts, the Herald-Leader
Seven Cats headed to the NBA by Joshua Huff, the Kentucky Kernel
Some of Kentucky's early entrants should have stayed Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News
Mark Cuban says "horrible state" of college basketball hurting NBA from ESPN



Football News-April 9, 2015
Kentucky in no hurry to name starting quarterback by Jennifer Smith, the Herald-Leader
Foley impressed with work McElwain is doing with Florida football from the Gainesville Sun
ACC explores new structure by Brandon Rink, Anderson Independent Mail
South Carolina shooting victim was "father figure" to Ole Miss player by Hugh Kellenberger, the Clarion-Ledger
New coach giving Texas A&M receivers a push by Robert Cessna, the Eagle
No hard feeling for Lance Thompson after move from Alabama to Auburn by Julie Bennett, AL.com
Jeremy Johnson aims for greatest year ever by Auburn QB by James Crepea, Montgomery Advertiser

Basketball News-April 9, 2015
Kim Anderson wants to improve chemistry of Missouri next season by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star
The SEC finally gets serious about basketball by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
Behind the SEC's new basketball power move by John Talty, AL.com
Alabama hits jackpot with Johnson's skill, energy by Duane Rankin, Montgomery Advertiser



Football News-April 8, 2015
Alabama has depth issues for A-Day game by Elliott Propes, the Crimson & White
Running backs seek fresh start at Florida by Luis Torres, the Independent Florida Alligator
Twenty facts about Alabama football by Christopher Smith, Saturday Down South
Deregulation of conference title games could happen by 2016 by Matt Mrschel, the Orlando-Sentinel
Will Grier leads Florida QB race from Bleacher Report
Hugh Freeze says he would vote against spring games by Justin Ferguson, Sporting News

Basketball News-April 8, 2015
Johnson not bringing cookie-cutter approach to Bama basketball by Michael Casagrande, AL.com
LSU's Jones taking time looking for assistants by Sheldon Mickle, the Advocate
Bo Ryan says Wisconsin does not "rent players" from SB Nation


Football News-April 7, 2014

Two young defensive tackles emerging for Auburn by Joel Erickson, AL.com

Bielema willing to give guys a chance at Arkansas by Nate Alan, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Twenty Texas A&M football facts by Brett Weisband, Saturday Down South

Tray Matthews humbled by past, ready for future from Auburn-Opelika News

College athletics April construction update by Steve James, the Business of College Sports

One less QB in the running at South Carolina by Alex Scarborough, ESPN


Basketball News-April 7, 2015

It's official: Avery Johnson is next Bama basketball coach by Michael Cassagrande, AL.com

Donovan plans to be back at Florida by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun

Arkansas basketball keys to the offseason by Chandler Carson, Arkansas Traveler

Calipari deserves criticism, but not failure tag by Joe Medley, the Anniston Star

Five to seven Kentucky players likely heading to pros by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal



Basketball News-April 6, 2015

Kentucky's dream ends, but this team won't be forgotten by Matt Norlander, CBS Sports

Kentucky duped us all into thinking 40-0 was a sure bet by Reid Forgrave, Fox Sports

How Wisconsin beat Kentucky and Kentucky beat itself by Ben Cohen, the Wall Street Journal

Harrison's age does not excuse his slur by Dan Wetzel, Yahoo Sports

Kentucky players criticized for not shaking hands after game by Jordan Heck, Sporting News

Wisconsin makes good on pledge to do better than last season by Tom Oates, the Madison State Journal 

Avery Johnson at Alabama means Bill Battle did have a plan by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Avery Johnson up next at Alabama by Cecil Hurt, the Tuscaloosa News

Kentucky's loss to Wisconsin one of most hurtful in school history by John Clay, the Herald-Leader


Football News-April 6, 2015

Tide defense wants to be feared again by Adam Rittenberg, ESPN

Why Tennessee can't be taken serious as an SEC East contender yet from Fox Sports

Rebels must fortify offensive line by Hugh Kellenberger, the Clarion-Ledger

Time for SEC to step in on domestic abuse transfers by Scott Rabalais, the Advocate

Cam Cameron has to put the pieces together for LSU offense by Bret Weisband, Saturday Down South




Weekend Update
History won't be kind to Kentucky by Myron Medcalf, ESPN
Wildcats falter in clutch this time by Steve Jone, the Courier-Journal
Kentucky fans riot in Lexington from CBS Sports

Basketball News-April 4, 2015

Final Four Preview by Gary Brown, CFB Update
Final Four offers "Mount Rushmore" of college coaching greats by John Clay, the Herald-Leader
Wisconsin believes it can do "all right"  against Kentucky by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger
Kentucky focused on the finish by Myron Medcalf, ESPN
Kentucky builds a network while cutting down nets by Nicole Auerbach, USA Today
Wisconsin a unique threat, but Kentucky still undefeated by Jerry Tipton, the Herald-Leader
How to beat Kentucky by Ben Cohen, the Wall Street Journal
One loss will mean season is epic failure for Calipari by Reid Forgrave, Fox Sports
Kentucky-Wisconsin matchup sills into political arena with bets by Dee Hall, Wisconsin State Journal
For Duke, eight is enough to reach Final Four by Laura Keeley, Charlotte Observer
Michigan State bigs excited for another shot at Duke by Joe Rexrode, the Detroit Free Press
Badgers, Wildcats driven by near misses by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal

Football News-April 4, 2015
Muschamp responds to McElwain remarks from the Gainesville Sun
Vols O-line banking on experience in 2015 from the Associated Press
Missouri QB Mauk working on staying in pocket by Tod Palmer, the Kansas City Star
Auburn defense further along than other Muschamp stops by Brandon Marcelo, AL.com
New look offensive line taking shape at Arkansas by Eric Bolin, Arkansas News
SEC coaches on the NFL radar by Ethan Levine, Saturday Down South


Football News-April 3, 2015
College football hot seats by Steve Lassan, Fox Sports
South Carolina President: NCAA has 1-2 years to improve by Jon Solomon, CBS Sports
College Football Playoff will keep weekly rankings by George Schroeder, USA Today
Will Muschamp: McElwain must like his dog better than Florida players by James Crepa, Montgomery Advertiser
Mayes makes case for larger role on UGA defesnive line by March Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
MSU's freshmen running backs ready to shine by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
John Chavis lawsuit against LSU on to a federal court by Ross Dellenger, the Advocate
Off field issues, new stars emerge in college football by Mark Schlabach, ESPN
Arkansas QB adjusting to change by Tom Murphy, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Basketball News-April 3, 2015
Kentucky has little memory of defeats in Bahamas by Marc Tracy, the New York Times
Why we should all root for Kentucky by Erik Reece, the Wall Street Journal
Final Four could build legacies for one-and-dones by Nicole Auerbach, USA Today
Final Four X-Factors: a surprise player for each team by Sam Vecenie, CBS Sports
Calipari does not want bonus pay for Kentucky play by Steve Berkowitz, the Greenville News
Give Tennessee's Hart credit for fixing a mistake by David Climer, the Tennessean
Kenucky model ruining college basketball? Only if you are stuck in past  by John Clay, the Herald-Leader
Florida's Donovan more interested in NBA jobs from NBC Sports
Wisconsin's Bo Ryan has silenced critics during his career by Jim Polzin, Wisconsin State Journal
When it comes to Kentucky, the departed never really depart by Chuck Culpepper, the Washington Post
Scout says at least five Kentucky players NBA bound from the Courier-Journal


Football News-April 2, 2015
Saban should have thundered away at domestic violence and drunk driving by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Taylor situation takes an odd turn today by Duane Ranking, Montgomery Advertiser
A&M run game coordinator has way to get QB involved by Robert Cessna, the Eagle
Arkansas linebackers ready to emerge by Eric Bolin, the Arkansas News
Ranking the SEC East football schedules from Athlon Sports
Ranking the SEC West football schedules from Athlon Sports
John Chavis: SEC game changer by moving from LSU to A&M from Grantland
Miles waiting for someone to seize QB job by Ethan Levine, Saturday Down South
McElwain frustrated by lack of commitment at practice by Luis Torres, the Independent Florida Alligator
Is South Carolina heading to bottom of SEC East from Fox Sports

Basketball News-April 2, 2015
Rick Barnes hiring brings stability to Vols basketball by David Climer, the Tennessean
Tension builds in Kentucky in Final Four with lots to offer by John Clay, the Herald-Leader
List Kentucky does not want to be on: Best 1 loss team without title from the Times-Picayune
Calipari more than a great salesman, he is a great coach by Reid Forgrave, Fox Sports
Thoughts on Greg Marshall and his coaching future by Bob Lutz, the Wichita Eagle
Bo Ryan working to keep his Wisconsin team focused before Kentucky by Jim Polzin, Wisconsin State Journal
For Duke and Kentucky, there is blue, then there is blue by Victor Mather, the New York Times
Marshall to stay at Wichita State from NBS Sports
Minnesota's Pitino is on Alabama's radar by Milena Rayno, Minneapolis Star Tribune


We are making improvements. News will return on Thursday. Thanks for your patience.

Football News-March 30, 2015

Vols coach can still sellarly playing time to recruits by Ethan Levine, Saturday Down South
Bama's Jonathan Taylor gamble backfires badly by Mark Schlabach, ESPN
Auburn 2015 schedule analysis by Braden Gall, Athlon
How to get out of a football game with Missouri, without paying by David Morrison, the Columbia Tribune
Spurrier says scrimmage was good for quarterbacks by John Brasier, the Greenville News
Nick Saban blew it with Jonathan Taylor by Jon Solomon, CBS Sports

Basketball News-March 30, 2015
Kentucky destined to be one of college basketball's greatest by Tim Kawakami, San Jose Mercury News
Texas targeting Shaka Smart, not Greg Marshall by Matt Zenitz, AL.com
Critical hire for Vols? It is basketbal, not football by David Climer, the Tennessean
Cauley-Stein's block take Kentucky into Final Four by Mark Story, the Herald-Leader
Hart says Vols basketball job has lots to offer by Patrick Brown, the Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Towns trusted what the Kentucky staff was telling him by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger
Final Four is set and it is going to be insane by Rob Dauster, NBC Sports
This Final Four is for blue bloods only by Chris Dufresne, the Los Angeles Times
Kentucky-Notre Dame most viewed college basketball game in cable history from Forbes



Weekend Update-March 28-29
Football News
NEW: If guilty, Jonathan Taylor just became one of Saban's biggest mistakes by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
NEW: Richt sees good and bad in first Georgia scrimmage by Connor Riley, Red & Black
NEW: Jennings won't give up LSU QB job without a fight by Scott Rabalais, the Advocate
Who has better QB situation: Alabama or Auburn by Duane Rankin, Montgomery Advertiser
Florida DC Collins OK with lofty expectations by Jesse Simonton, the Miami Herald
Vandy QB gives up football to focus on medical school from the Associated Press
Five things to watch for in first Georgia spring scrimmage by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
Break's over: Prescott focusing on football again for State by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
Less NFL draft is alright with LSU coach Les Miles by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
McElwain says Florida roster is "really insufficient" at present by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
A college money game that works from Real Clear Sports

Basketball News
NEW: Kentucky comeback fueled by desperation by John Clay, the Herald-Leader
NEW: Notre Dame almost shows the way to beat Kentucky by Ben Rothstein, CBS Sports
NEW: Kentucky and Notre Dame gave us sports perfection by Chris Chase, USA Today
NEW: Notre Dame does everything right, Kentucky still wins by Brian Hamilton, Sports Illustrated
NEW: Texas will want Gregg Marshall, but will he want Texas by Bob Lutz, the Wichita Eagle
Kentucky will have to beat America's team to make Final Four by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger
Kentucky's most impressive stat is not 37-0 mark by Nancy Armour, USA Today
Flurry of activity complicates Alabama coaching search by Michael Casagrande, AL.com
Tennessee AD Hart takes blame for Tyndall mess by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times-Free Press
South Carolina basetball heading in right direction from the Greenville News
Wichita State AD working within financial limits to keep Marshall by Paul Suellentrop, the Wichita Eagle

Football News-March 27, 2015
Saban does not buy Alabama as "just a football school" label by Michael Casagrande, AL.com
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze to drive pace car at Talladega by Chip Patterson, CBS Sports
LSU eyes comeback season by Dwight Collins, the Gainesville Sun
Tlent is not why Texas is a very average team now by Bruce Feldman, Fox Sports
Listen to shoe guru Sonny Vaccaro about the NCAA by Ron Morris, the State
LSU's defense changing under new DC Kevin Steele by Ross Dellenger, the Advocate
Coker is more comfortable, but Alabama QB competition is wide open by ALex Scarborough, ESPN
Defense going back to basics in Jeremy Pruitt's second year at Georgia by Connor Riley, Red & Black
Rebel's Treadwell improving on road to recovery by By Cody Thomason, the Daily Mississippian
Mizzou looking for more consistency from Mauk by Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
NCAA response to Inidiana religious freedom law is perfect by Dan Wetzel, Yahoo Sports

Basketball News-March 27, 2015
Who wants Kentucky after what it did to WVU? by Paul Daughtery, the Cincinnati Enquirer
Can anyone actually beat kentucky? by Ben Cohen, the Wall Street Journal
Kentucky walks the walk in WVU blowout by Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News
The good that can come out of freshman ineligibility by William C. Rhoden, the New York Times
Florida's Frazier declares for NBA draft by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
Tyndall's future at Tennessee clouded by NCAA investigation by David Climer, the Tennessean
Football News-March 26, 2015
Florida QBs airing it out in spring practices by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun
Josh Dobbs begins first spring as Tennessee starter by Mat Slovin, the Tennessean
Missouri's Leftwich embracing role as lone senior receiver by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star
Documents in McNair case shows NCAA had a bias against USC by Gary Klein, the LA Times
Auburn RB Roc Thomas motivated after Iron Bowl mistake by Brandon Marcelo, AL.com
Miss. State linebackers out to prove they have not lost a step by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
Aggie corner excited about new defensive scheme by Robert Cessna, the Eagle
Ole Miss is no closer to finding a quarterback by Greg Ostendorf, ESPN
Georgia RB Keith Marshall ready for another run by Ethan Levine, Saturday Down South
Mason led defense impresses in Vandy spring game by Josh Hamburger, the Vanderbilt Hustler
Texas A&M toughens drug policy by Sharon Terlep, the Wall Street Journal

Basketball News-March 26, 2015
Greg Marshall: why he might stay at Wichita State...or go by Michael Casagrande, AL.com
LSU's Jarrell Martin heading to NBA by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
LSU's Johnny Jones turns attention to next season by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
West Virginia's best hope? Wear Kentucky down by Dave Hickman, the Charleston Gazette
Coach Calipari's wonderful life by Michael Powell, the New York Times
Why Kentucky does not bother with film study by Ben Cohen, the Wall Street Journal
West Virginia says Kentucky does not play hard by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger
Will Kentucky be perfect by Gary Parrish, CBS Sports
The most important players in the Sweet Sixteen by Scott Gleeson, USA Today
Miss. State's Howland long journey back shows how game has changed by Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News
If not Kentucky, who wins the title from USA Today
Willie Cauley-Stein love Kentucky, leading the Wildcats by Kyle Tucker, Courier-Journal


Football News-March 25, 2015
How Greg Sankey earned one of sport's most powerful jobs by Natalie Pierre, AL.com
Butch Jones see progress, but says Vols have not "arrived" yet by Matt Slovin, the Tennessean
Arkansas spring football preview by Steve Lassan, Athlon
Offseason spotlight: Texas A&M by Edward Aschoff, ESPN
SEC's most talented offensive tackles by Brad Crawford, Saturday Down South
Florida still adjusting to new offense by Morgan Moriarty, Independent Florida Alligator
Depite UAB, football is a must have for status hungry schools by Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports
LSU pokes Texas A&M defense in Chavis suit by Nick Bromberg, Yahoo Sports

Basketball News-March 25, 2015
The madness of the last two minutes by Brian Costa, the Wall Street Journal
No consensus among college coaches on one and done rule by Viv Berstein, the New York Times
How West Virginia can beat Kentucky in Sweet Sixteen by Neil Greenberg, the Washington Post
Relentless West Virginia looms for Kentucky by Jerry Tipton, the Herald-Leader
Mississippi State's hiring of Howland upgrades SEC coaches by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
A Howland wind of change for Mississippi State by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
Season proved the future is bright for Georgia basketball by Connor Riley, Red & Black
Kentucky's Towns fueled by critics by Nicole Auerbach, USA Today
West Virginia a different breed of underdog by Dave Hickman, the Charleston Gazette
Where is Wichita States Greg Marshall headed? Cleveland, of course by Bob Lutz, the Wichita Eagle
Why John Calipari was not named national coach of the year by Dan Wetzel, Yahoo Sports
Weekend Update-March 21-22, 2015
Basketball News
Sunday
Tar Heels go small against Arkansas and advance by Luke DeCock, the Charlotte Observer
Cauly-Stein's latest posterization turned the tide by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal

Satruday
Kentucky is now Cincinnati's problem by Jerry Tipton, the Herald-Leader
Five attributes Alabama's next basketball coach must posses by Michael Cassagrande, AL.com
Tar Heels look to end streak of first weekend exits by Andrew Carter, the Charlotte Observer
Mark Fox has raised the floor at Georgia, now it is time to raise the ceiling by Fletcher Page, the Athens Banner-Herald
Miami and Alabama prepare for early tip in NIT by Michelle Kaufman, the Miami Herald
Cincinnati has nothing to lose against Kentucky as an underdog by Tom Groeschen, Cincinnati Enquirer
North Carolina trying to get a grip against Arkansas from the Associated Press

Football News
Gators have positive vibe by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun
After Pharoh Cooper, it is a new crew at receiver for the Gamecocks by Josh Kendall, the State
Auburn going old school to avoid 2014 repeat by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
Up next for LSU: decisions by Jarrell Martin and Jordan Mickey by Randy Rosetta, the Times-Picayune
Put a boot in it: a decade of LSU and Arkansas by Brett Weisband, Saturday Down South
Offseason spotlight: Ole Miss by Greg Ostendorf, ESPN
The non-QB breakout candidates for 2015 by Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports


Basketball News-March 20, 2015

Georgia excited to be part of March Madness, now needs a win by Marc Weiszer, the Athens Banner-Herald

Now we are all goaltending experts by Des Bieler, the Washington Post

Imagining how Syracuse's latest blunder played out by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports

Men getting vasectomies so they can home and watch NCAA Tournament by Melissa Chan, the New York Post

Can Michigan State hold off Georgia by Joe Rexrode, Detroit Free Press

Xavier cruises past Ole Miss in NCAA Tournament by Shannon Russell, Cincinnati Enquirer

LSU learns best thing sin life are not free as they fall to NC State by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune

What a difference a year makes for NC State by Joe Giglio, Charlotte Observer

Arkansas avoids 5 seed woes by hanging on against Wofford from the Associated Press

Arkansas holds on, gets UNC by Bob Holt, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Cats go to town in thrashing of Hampton by Jerry Tipton, the Herald-Leader

How to balance religion and basketball in Kentucky by Rob Trucks, Slate

Kentucky's biggest challenge comes from within by Nancy Armour, USA Today

Cincy excited to take their shot at Kentucky by Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News

Madness hits historic highs on day one by Reid Forgrave, Fox Sports

Friday view's guide for NCAA Tournament from CBS Sports


Football News, March 20, 2015

Sankey giving up some NCAA roles as he transitions to new job at SEC by Natalie Pierre, AL.com

SEC ready to count Army, BYU and Notre Dame as power five foes by Matt Murschel, the Orlando Sentinel

Fixing the NCAA drug problem by Sharon Terlep, the Wall Street Journal

Florida offensive linemen getting plenty of reps by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun

Bielema confident Razorbacks can build on 2014 success by Alex Scarborough, ESPN

Does an East resurgence mean South Carolina title window is closing by Bret Weisband, Saturday Down South

Alabama spring football preview by Steve Lassan, Athlon

Twenty questions with Vandy OC Andy Ludwig by Ben Weinrib, the Vanderbilt Hustler

Auburn defensive lineman looking forward to playing full season by Patrick Lewis, the Plainsman

Todd Gurley tries to not think of what might have been at Georgia from Sporting News

If there was one, who would have been in college football's NIT from NBC Sports


Basketball News-March 19, 2015
What are the chances your team will knock off Kentucky from the Harvard Sports Collective
SEC basketball still resides in footballs shadow by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Future looking bright for LSU even beyond NCAA Tornament by Sheldon MIckles, the Advocate
Rebels have to fight fatigue and quick turnaround to be ready for Xavier by Riley Blevins, Clarion-Ledger
Wildcats "feel the tension, but confident as tourney starts by Jerry Tipton, the Herald-Leader
Don't know much about Wofford? Neither does Arkansas from the Associated Press
N.C. State welcomes comfort of NCAA Tournament routine by Joe Giglio, the Charlotte Observer
Spartans moving forward now after tough Wisconsin loss, Georiga lies ahead by Joe Rexrode, the Detroit Free Press
Coaches explain how to hang with Kentucky by Nicole Auerbach, USA Today
Xavier to face Ole Miss in NCAA Tournament by Shannon Russell, Cincinnati Enquirer
What if Kentucky loses to Hampton? by Tim Warsinskey, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Hampton begins another NCAA tourney by Chuck Culpepper, the Washington Post
Michigan State carries Final Four aspirations into tourney by Kyle Austin, Michigan Live
Hogs ready for Wofford by Eric Bolin, the Times-Record
Razorback reemergence from Arkansas Times
Which LSU team will show up for NC State game by Glenn Guilbeau, the Advertiser
College basketball is an attraction. Is it pretty? Well...by Marc Tracy, the New York Times
The budget gap in big-time college basketball by Jay Tokasz, the Buffalo News

Football News-March 19, 2015
Georgia rebuilding offense around Chubb and offensive line from the Aociated Press
SEC coaches facing toughest task this spring from Bleacher Report
SEC spring primer: South Carolina from Southern Pigskin
Mississippi State glad to be back on the field after break by David Brandt, the Associated Press
Auburn out to improve most glaring weakness: pass rush by James Crepa, Montgomery Advertiser
Vandy hits reset button by Alex Scarborough, ESPN
Alabama's QB Blake Barnett thrives on competition by Matt Zenitz, AL.com
All of college football watching Ohio State QB derby by Jon Spencer, the Telegraph-Forum

Basketball News-March 18, 2015
Shot chart analysis on top teams, players in NCAA tourney by Sam Vecenie, CBS Sports
Anderson, Arkansas reveling in return to NCAA field from the Associated Press
A look at the Grant era and what is next for Bama by Marq Burnett, the Anniston Star
The best players in the NCAA Tournament from 24/7 Sports
Barbee had a top 5 national recruiting budget at Auburn by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
The true March Madness? Flopping by Brian Costa, the New York Times
Accept these things about Kentucky by Teddy Mitro Sillis, Fox Sports
Expand NCAA Tournament? Leave well enough alone by David Climer, the Tennessean
Experience gives Wofford confidence as the ready or Arkansas by Myron Hosea, the Greenville News
LSU, NC State set to stage an SEC reunion in NCAA tourney by Glen Guilbeau, the Advertiser
Anyone but Kentucky, please by Michael Weinreb, Rolling Stone
How college basketball went from great promise to great problems by Bill Livingston, the Cleveland Plain Dealer
The ten hottest teams coming into NCAA tournament, not named Kentucky by Scott Gleeson, USA Today
Rebels rip win away from BYU with big second half by Jay Drew, Salt Lake City Tribune

Football News-March 18, 2015
Cost of attendance might be most debated of NCAA reforms by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
Bret Bielema plans to keep speaking his truth by Colin Becht, Sports Illustrated
Plenty of storylines for Georgia as spring practice starts by Seth Emerson, the Macon Telegraph
Muschamp doing what he does best: coaching defense from the Associated Press
Bielema's message bubbles up again by Matt Hayes, Sporting News
Urgency spurs Gamecocks on first day of spring practice by Josh Kendall, the State
Vandy looks to settle QB battle early by Alex Scarborough, ESPN
The toughest places to play in SEC by Brett Weisband, Saturday Down South
Gators busy retooling offensive line by Jordan McPherson, the Independent Florida Alligator


Basketball News-March 17, 2015

Five reasons Kentucky won't win the NCAA Tournament by Chris Chase, USA Today

Seven things for Razorback fans to know about Wofford from KNWA

Five first round keys for the SEC from AL.com

Wimp Sanderson knows what it will take for Bama to succeed in basketball by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Pearl brought fans, SEC success back to Auburn from the Associated Press

March Madness TV guide Richard Deitsch, Sports Illustrated
Wofford has opportunity to continue special season by Myron Hosea, the Greenville News
Two SEC players could be road block for Tobacco row teams by Chip Alexander, Charlotte Observer
BYU-Ole Miss: expect a high scoring game by Jay Drew, the Salt Lake Tribune
Why you should pick against Kentucky by Ben Cohen, the Wall Street Journal
It will be Big Blue Heaven at the end for Kentucky by Chris Dufresne, the Los Angeles Times
Finally, some legitimate March Madness for LSU by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
Five keys to an NCAA title run for Michigan State by Graham Couch, Lansing State Journal


Football News-March 17, 2015

A detailed look at cost of attendance and the issues around it by Jimmy Hyams, WNML

Five issues new SEC commissioner Greg Sankey will face by Christopher Smith, Saturday Down South

The SEC's top fifteen players going into spring by Steve Lassan, Athlon Sports

It has been a long week for Dan Mullen and Miss. State by John Taylor, NBC Sports

McElwain era begins at Florida by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun

Injuries, departures make for new look Tide by Alex Scarborough, ESPN

South Carolina is preparing defensive side by Will Helms, the Daily Gamecock

Inside the SEC's weight rooms from Saturday Down South

Alabama is hunting for nine new offensive starters from the Associated Press

Missouri grinds through defensive staff changes by Dave Matter, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch


Basketball News-March 16, 2015
SEC lands five in NCAA Tournament fromSEC Digital
The biggest threats to a Kentucky title run by Mark Story, the Herald-Leader
Gators season is over by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
Five keys to the 2015-16 Tennessee season by Matt Slovin, the Tennessean
Anthony Grant not retained as Alabama coach by Cecil Hurt, the Tuscaloosa News
LSU gets 9 seed, will face NC State by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
Ole Miss makes Tourney, faces BYU by Riley Blevins, Clarion-Ledger
Kentucky rolls Arkansas in SEC final by Eric Bolin, Arkansas News
Arkansas gets Wofford in Tournament by Matt Jones, Arkansas News
Georgia will face Michigan State in NCAA Tournament by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
The most over and under seeded teams by Shelby Mast, USA Today
Ranking the field 1-68 by Matt Norlander, CBS Sports

Football News-March 16, 2015
Missouri looking to improve offensive line by Tod Palmer, the Kansas City Star
Florida football springing forward by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun


Football News-March 13, 2015

Greg Sankey to be introduced as new SEC commissioner from SEC Digital

Big Hitter, Ruben Foster expected to lead for Alabama D in 2015 by Michael Casagrande, AL.com

Kirkland, others trying new roles for Razorbacks by Tom Murphy, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Muschamp talks about installing defense by Joel Erickson, AL.com

SEC West off-season check list by Christopher Smith, Saturday Down South

Johnson starts spring as top QB at Auburn, but has to win job by David McKinney, Auburn Plainsman

McElwain building up Florida support staff by Richard Johnson, Independent Florida Alligator

5 questions facing Tide heading into spring practice by Marq Burnett, Montgomery Advertiser


Basketball News-March 13, 2015

Matchup problems give Gators, Finney-Smith an edge by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun

Letter to Calipari reveals Lee's good deeds by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal

Missouri coach tries to be upbeat after season ending loss by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star

More of the same, Florida beats up Grant and debate heats up by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Aggies out after horrid second half against Auburn from the Eagle

LSU gets unexpected, but familiar foe with Auburn by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate

Georgia's goal is to just "win the next game" by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald 

Young cats will find out about SEC fan support quick by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger

Harvard-Yale get one more reason to hate each other by Ben Cohen, the Wall Street Journal

Does Kentucky need to lose to win it all by Reid Forgrave, Fox Sports




Football News-March 12, 2015

IMG prepares stars for next level by Adam Krohn, Rivals

Who played toughest schedule in 2014 from Phil Steele

Malzahn has three goals for Auburn this spring by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

Don't expect Florida to name a starting QB until summer by Nick bromberg, Yahoo 

Why non-conference scheduling matters by Heather Dinch, ESPN

LSU RB Fournette says championship is first goal by Jim Kleinpeter, the Times-Picayune

Kentucky hoping for more dynamic defense by Jennifer Smith, the Hearld-Leader

Auburn hoping Johnson gives stability at QB by Dan Wolken, USA Today

Welcome to football's QB revolution by Bruce Feldman,Fox Sports

SEC sports fans hate Duke basketball, FSU football from the Tennessean

Auburn football by the numbers from AL.com


Basketball News-March 12, 2015

SEC basketball by the numbers by Mark Inabinett, AL.com

Auburn breaks skid at right time from the Associated Press

Handicapping each teams chances to take Kentucky down by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun

Rebels drawing confidence from 2013 tournament run by Riley Blevins, the Clarion-Ledger

Grant identifies keys for Bama to beat Florida by Matt Zenitz, AL.com

Don't miss the ball by Andrew McCulloch the Maneater

Arkansas finally part of the madness by Chandler Carson, the Arkansas Traveler

Lunardi says Kentucky looking more unbeatable by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger

Vols, Gators not familiar with early endings by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Calipari right, and wrong, about SEC by Rick Bozich, WDRB

Kentucky's Lee inspires with good deeds by Kyle Tucker, USA Today

How the bracket could threaten Kentucky's shot at perfection by Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports


Football News-March 11, 2015

Where every SEC West team needs to make progress this spring by Gary Brown, CFB Update

Time for Auburn to prove 2013 was the rule, 2014 the exception by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Jones can't let discipline problems at Tennessee linger from the Bleacher Report

Saban vouches for former QB Phillip Sims by Aaron Suttles, the Tuscaloosa News

Heisman presentation should be pushed to after the season by Matt Hayes, Sporting News

Mississippi State QB and other assaulted while in Florida from NBC Sports

Kentucky glad to have Badet and Montgomery back this season at receiver by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger

New Missouri AD not afraid to act boldly by Bernie Miklasz, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Missouri seniors finding new motivation after success in 2013, 2014 by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star

The feistiest Gamecock of all is a born fighter by Dwayne McLemore, the State

Brandon Harris much more comfortable this time in LSU QB battle by Ross Dellenger, the Advocate

Ole Miss QB Kelly can now put focus back on football by Edward Aschoff, ESPN


Basketball News-March 11, 2015

SEC Basketball Tournament Bracket from SEC Digital

Georgia players getting valuable recovery time from the Associated Press

Projecting the field of 68 by Shelby Mast, USA Today

Former Auburn Star, Charles Barkley, believes paying players is bad idea by Dan Dugan, NJ.com

SEC basketball awards from SEC Digital

South Carolina enters SEC tourney confident by Willie Smith, the Greenville News

It is Kentucky and the rest entering SEC Tournament this week by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Indiana's perfect season would surpass Kentucky's by David Haugh, Chicago Tribune

Portis just might repeat Corliss' SEC feat by Wally Hall, Arkansas Online

Auburn hoping tourney brings momentum for next year and beyond by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

Texas A&M NCAA hopes hand by a thread by Richard Croome, the Eagle

Florida trying to keep season alive in SEC Tournament by Richard Johnson, Independent Florida Alligator

Vols preparing for "even field" in SEC Tourney by Troy Provost-Heron, the Daily Beacon

Alabama's Grant: We want to continue season as long as possible by Matt Zenitz, AL.com




Football News-March 10, 2015

Losing Womack to Bama was punishment enough says LSU's Miles by Natalie Pierre, AL.com

FSU will cut budgets to fund cost of "full cost" by Ira Schoffel, Rivals

Success of spread QBs proving critics wrong by Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports

Tebow making NFL comeback by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun

UK offense still adjusting to air raid offense by Jennifer Smith, the Herald-Leader

SEC teams with most to do this spring by Alex Scarborough, ESPN

Crowd funding idea looks to let players stay in school by Christopher Smith, Saturday Down South

Missouri to hire Mack Rhoades as new AD by Michael Natelli, the Maneater

Five questions facing Auburn this spring by Ryan Black-Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Muschamp will install defense from ground up at Auburn by James Crepa, the Montgomery

Advertiser

Ole Miss QB Kelly completes community service for fight from the Associated Press

Oklahoma football team protests racist video from the Associated Press

Unlike BCS, CFB Playoff won't be tinkered with by Heather Dinch, ESPN

Recruiting just got tougher for Oklahoma by Jenni Carlson, the Oklahoman

Five SEC storylines for this spring by Andy Johnston, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Basketball News-March 10, 2015

Basketball officiating would be better if centralized by Nicole Auerbach, USA Today

SEC Basketball Tournament Bracket from SEC Digital

Calipari, Cats will try to win SEC Tournament for fans by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal

Kentucky's dominance really is good for college basketball by Matt Murschel, the Orlando Sentinel

Bama fans may have quit on Anthony Grant, but his players haven't by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Vandy-Vols fight for NIT bid in SEC tourney by Adam Sparks, the Tennessean

SEC Tournament Breakdown from the Tennessean

2014-15 All-American team from Sporting News

Sunshine State hits hard time in college basketball by Bob Ferrante, Fox Sports

Airplane shortage could lead to a different kind of March Madness by Dan Wolken, USA Today




Football News-March 9, 2015

Kentucky has a QB battle this spring by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal

4th and 1 Wednesday hitting Vols hard by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Top contenders for SEC offensive player of the year from Bleacher Report

Miles puzzled by sanctions by John Taylor, NBC Sports

NCAA bans players from wearing rolled up jerseys by Jasmine Watkins, Sporting News

Grade tampering, paying players...in high school by Bob Cook, Forbes


Basketball News-March 9, 2015

SEC basketball tournament bracket from SEC Digital

One special Saturday gives LSU a real boost by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate

Ole Miss slide starts, and will end, with defense by Hugh Kellenberger, the Clarion-Ledger

Kentucky gave us history, but it is more than that by John Clay, the Herald-Leader

Calipari will not compare this Kentucky team to others by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger

Aggies counting on SEC tourney to bolster NCAA hopes by Brent Zwerneman, San Antonio Express

UMass making a big mistake honoring Calipari by Dan Shaughnessy, the Boston Globe

2015 conference tournament listings from Real Clear Sports

Five things to watch before selection Sunday by Scott Gleeson, USA Today

Weekend Update-March 7-8
Sunday
Basketball News
Kentucky take down Gators by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
LSU gets biggest win of season over Arkansas by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
Mann comes up big for Georgia against Auburn by Seth Emerson, the Macon Telegraph
Alabama rallies from 15 down to upset Aggies by Michael Cassagrande, AL.com
Auburn drops 7th straight home game from the Opelika-Auburn News
Georgia reaches 20 wins with win over Auburn by Tim Tucker, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Football News
Handicapping South Carolina QB race by Brad Crawford, Saturday Down South
Miles talks QB after practice by Jim Kleinpeter, the Times-Picayune
Every SEC team has issues to face this spring by Scott Rabalis, the Advocate
Next big things at QB by Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports
Mock draft from Phil Steele

Saturday Afternoon
Alabama holds off Texas A&M from the Associated Press
Georgia survives scare against Auburn from the Associated Press
South Carolina beats Tennessee from the Associated Press


Football
Tennessee athletics accused of influencing student discipline by Nate Rau, the Tennessean
No change coming in NCAA ineligibility receiver rule by Joe Rodgers, Sporting News
Chavis says Aggies have talent on defense, lack confidence by Robert Cessna, the Eagle
One of Mark Richt's successes by Seth Emerson, the Macon Telegraph
SEC quarterback battles to watch by Matt Murschel, the Orlando Sentinel
Opening spring camp: Kentucky by Sam Khan, JR., ESPN
Vols O-Line more confident this season by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Transitions in SEC football this spring by Paul Myerberg, USA Today

Basketball
LSU's Mickey is banged up and could be limited against Arkansas by Randy Rosetta, the Times-Picayune
Cats one win from prominent place in UK history by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal
Auburn deserves fan base of year for supporting Pearl and struggling Tigers by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Gators may have leading scorer against Kentucky by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
A&M looks to bolster resume' against Alabama by Carter Karels, the Battalion
After emotional LSU victory, Vols turn attention to South Carolina by Troy Provost-Heron, the Daily Beacon
Georgia dealing with another injury ahead of Auburn game by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
Vanderbilt wants to carry win streak into SEC tourney, must deal with Ole Miss by Adam Sparks, the Tennessean
Missouri hopes to end road woes in Starkville by Kyle Lock, Columbia Daily Tribune
Twenty teams that must win this weekend by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports
Kentucky's depth is unparalleled by Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News
Up and down LSU rides bubble to Arkansas by Glenn Guilbeau, the Advertiser
 
Syracuse NCAA Sanctions
It is time for Boeheim to leave Syracuse by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports
Other schools and severe NCAA sanctions from the Associated Press
Boeheim image tarnished by sanctions by Andrew Garda, NJ.com
Faulting Boeheim, NCAA hits Syracuse hard by Zach Schonbrun, the New York Times
Syracuse vacates 108 wins by Kevin Armstrong, New York Daily News
How can Boeheim keep his job by Christine Brennan, USA Today
Time for Boeheim to fade from orange to black from the Associated Press
Boeheim expresses disapointment in NCAA findings by Matt Schneidman, the Daily Orange
Six important things to know: what happened and reprecussions by Nate Mink, Syracuse.com

Football News-March 6, 2015
Spring storylines abound in college football from the Associated Press
25 spring football storylines by Jamie Newberg, Scout
Comparing TV revenue: SEC, PAC-12 and Big Ten by Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News
SEC East spring preview from the Times-Picayune
Bruce Arians might not recognize QB play any longer by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
LSU and Chavis drama playing out like a soap opera by Brian pellerin, the Daily Reveille
Malzahn: rule change will stunt scoring by Chris Low, ESPN
Alabama working with Big 12 power by Matt Zenitz, AL.com
Career development night gives Vols unique opportunity by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Malzahn brushes aside NFL criticism of offense by James Crepea, Montgomery Advertiser
Georgia looking for new paths to the end zone this spring by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-herald
The education of Texas A&M QB Kyle Allen by Sam Khan, JR., ESPN

Basketball News-March 6, 2015
Paternal fraternity: plenty of players do fatherhood duty by Matt Norlander, CBS Sports
Willie Cauley-Stein was a big target in high school football by Bill Bender, Sporting News
Would 40-0 be biggest achievement in Kentucky basketball history by Mark Story, Herald-Leader
Kentucky impossible to stop in big games by Kyle Aresndarf, the Kentucky Kernel
First season proves difficult for Missour freshmen, on and off the court by Will Jarvis, the Maneater
Worried about heart defects some NCAA schools take action by Sharon Terlep, the Wall Street Journal
What needs to happen for Florida to get a 7 seed in SEC tourney by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
Old school practices helped Tennessee find its grit by Ben Frederickson, Knoxville News Sentinel
LSU's latest bad loss damages two teams by Jeff Eisenberg, Yahoo Sports
Portis leads Razorbacks to win over South Carolina from the Associated Press
Razorbacks stifle Gamecocks upset attempt by Chris Dearing, the State

Football News-March 5, 2015
Richt promises open QB competition during spring practices at Georgia from the Associated Press
Brother of five star QB commit hired by Ole Miss from CBS Sports
SEC's best LB tandems for 2015 by Ethan Levine, Saturday Down South
Key SEC position battles by Sam Khan, JR, ESPN
21 reasons Auburn should have not lost five games by Duane Rankin, Montgomery Advertiser
Nine players have left Auburn since January by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
Kyle Allen hitting his stride in year two at A&M by Andrea Perrad, the Battalion
Kentucky QB Phillips ruptures Achilles during practice by Sam Cooper, Yahoo Sports
College football is trending southward by Southern Pigskin
Ole Miss D Changes, still wants to be Land Sharks by Hugh Kellenberger, Clarion-Ledger
Uniform numbers getting harder to read, causing problems by Jon Solomon, CBS Sports

Basketball News-March 5, 2015
Gamecocks wait for challenge from Razorbacks by Kelli Caldwell, the Daily Gamecock
Calipari knows Kentucky has to avoid clutter and stay focused on task by Larry Vaught, Advocate-Messenger
Hard to see where Kentucky should lose by Joe Medley, the Anniston Star
Projecting the field of 68 from USA Today
Best states for college hoops from Sporting News
Arkansas sends entire team to watch top prospect by Jeff Eisenberg, Yahoo Sports
Kentucky starting to feel "empowered" by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal
Tennessee sticks LSU back on NCAA tourney bubble by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
SEC football still supreme, but hoops gaining steam by Cecil Hurt, the Tuscaloosa News

Football News-March 4, 2015
Texas A&m staff gets first look at roster as spring practice opens by Andrea Perrad, the Battalion
Mullen deserves the raise by Zach Wagoner, the Reflector
Opening spring camp: Ole Miss Rebels by Greg Ostendorf, ESPN
SEC West spring preview and power rankings by Steve Lassan, Athlon
Spring is vital for these five SEC schools by Brad Crawford, Saturday Down South
Biggest "GETS" in recruiting from the southeast in 2015 from Rivals
Alabama top five linebackers all-time by Brett Weisband, Saturday Down South
Ten LSU players, coaches on hot seat as spring opens from the Times-Picayune
Spurrier, coaches see Twiiter as portal to today's recruits by Josh Kendall, the State
SEC football media days dates set from SEC Digital Sports
A push to reform health standards in the NCAA by Sharon Terlep, the Wall Street Journal
Aggie QB says he is looking forward to competition with Murray by Richard Croome, the Eagle

Basketball News-March 4, 2015
Tennessee coach reverts to old schedule after futile February by Troy Provost-Heron, the Daily Beacon
Solving college basketball's scoring problem by Brennan Doherty, the Daily Gamecock
Rise of mid-majors good for college basketball by Ben Boynton, the Crimsn & White
Tigers at perfect time to peak in SEC play by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
Izzo stays friends with Calipari, enemies with Twitter by Joe Rexrode, Detroit Free-Press
The case for college basketball being a one semester sport by Jamie Zaninovich, Sports Illustrated
Texas A&M's act of compassion in Auburn's time of need by Brent Zwerneman, San Antonio Express
Kentucky survives scare from Georgia by Kyle Tucker, the Courier Journal
Alabama can't stop the bleeding against Ole Miss by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
MSU hopes to secure first round SEC bye against Vandy by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
Pearl apologies after Auburn falters late against Missouri by Wesley Sinor, AL.com
Gators win against A&M gives Florida reason for optimism by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
Georgia's near perfect night ends in disappointment by Connor Riley, Red & Black
If Kentucky didn't lose this one, will they by John Clay, the Herald-Leader

Football News-March 3, 2015
SEC's Slive leery of making freshmen ineligible from the Associated Press
Texas A&M opens spring camp by Sam Khan, JR., ESPN
Steve Spurrier joins Twitter by Steven Lassan, Athlon
Chris Conley pens open letter to Georgia nation by Chip Towers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Breaking down Auburn's quarterbacks heading into spring by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
SEC West spring football preview from the Times-Picayune
Five storylines as Ole Miss starts spring practice by Hugh Kellenberger, the Clarion-Ledger
Ten questions as the SEC heads into practices from SportsDay
SEC spring football schedules from SEC Sports
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema takes car away from player cited for DWI by Graham Watson, Yahoo Sports
Burning questions before spring practice by Mark Schlabach, ESPN
Chavis deceptive move to A&M screams NCAA violation by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune

Basketball News-March 3, 2015
Michigan State's, Tom Izzo, not a fan of how Calipari is doing things at UK by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger
Izzo says Kentucky comments taken out of context by Kyle Austin, Michigan Live
Pearl takes ownership of recent Auburn basketball woes by James Crepea, Montgomery Advertiser
Kentucky closing in on milestones by Steve Walentik, Columbia Daily Tribune
Grant hoping Bama can get some momentum against Ole Miss heading into SEC tourney by Matt Zenit, AL.com
Figuring out the SEC's tiebreakers by Aubrey Bloom, Aggie Sports
Kentucky facing healthier Georgia in rematch by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal
Calipari says Fox one of the toughest coaches he faces by Seth Emerson, the Macon Telegraph
Unfair condemnation of Vandy coach hides real NCAA issue by Phil Mushnick, the New York Post
The history of the decline of offense in college basketball and how to fix it by Seth Davis, Sports Illustrated
Seven questions to frame the March Madness discussion by Eric Prisbell, USA Today

Football News-March 2, 2015
How much school was your school paying a football coach in 2006 compared to 2015 from AL.com
Pre-Spring SEC position ranking: defensive line by Alex Scarborough, ESPN
With SEC football it is always something by David Climer, the Tennessean
Will Clowney ever be the same by Josh Kendall, the State
LSU's recruiting penalties are historic and absurd by Ross Dellenger, the Advocate
Chavis suing LSU AND new employer Texas A&M by Brent Zwernenman, San Antonio Express News
Who really does runs the state of Texas in recruiting from Bleacher Report
Toughest power five coaching jobs by Tom Fornelli, CBS Sports
What if college football had an NIT from NBC Sports
Unfair condemnation of Vandy coach hides real issue by

Basketball News-March 2, 2015
Donovan's career one for the record book by Richard Johnson, the Indpendent Florida Alligator
Georgia forces Missouri back in to harsh relaity by Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Chuck Person wants to restore the glory to Auburn basketball by Alex Boyington, Opelika-Auburn News
Mickey provides spark just when LSU needed it most by Randy Rosetta, the New Oreleans Times-Picayune
Kentucky dazzles Arkansas...and scouts by Rick Bozich, WDRB
Eight bold predictions for March by Scott Gleeson, USA Today Sports
Ex-UCLA star knows the burden being carried by Kentucky by Sam Gardner, Fox Sports
Weekend Update
Football
Saturday
Interviewing coaches is a job for Bret Bielema's whole staff at Arkansas from Coaching Search
Five NFL prospects who might be better as pros than in college by Andy Staples, Sports Illustrated
Give Mississippi State credit for giving Mullen a merit raise by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Texas A&M DC John Chavis suing A&M and LSU over contract issues from KBTX
Spurrier ha made South Carolina-Georgia rivalry relevant again by Brad Crawford, Saturday Down South
WRTS slogan more trouble than it is worth to A&M by Brent Zwernenman, San Antonio Express
Eight SEC coaches making over 4 million per year by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
Every SEC West coach makes at least 4 million dollars annually by Dan Wolken, USA Today

Basketball
Kentucky clinches SEC title with win over Arkansas from the Associated Press
Billy Donovan gets win 500 as Florida beats Tennessee from the Associated Press
LSU sweeps season series with Ole Miss from the Associated Press
Georgia cruises past Missouri from the Associated Press
Vandy surges past Alabama in second half from the Associated Press
South Carolina defeats Mississippi State from the Associated press
Saturday
Saturday brings best day of games this year by Rob Dauster, NBC Sports
Willie Cauley-Stein is Kentucky's most important star from Sports on Earth
Arkansas looking for respect in visit to Kentucky from the Associated Press
Kentucky puts 28-0 record on line against Arkansas by Chip Patterson, CBS Sports
Is Kentucky killing college basketball by Michael Weinreb, Rolling Stone Magazine
Florida reinstates Finney-Smith for Tennessee game by Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun
Gamecocks hope to get on track against Mississippi State by David Cloinger, the State
Pearl wants to revive Auburn-UAG rivalry by Joel Erickson, AL.com
LSU needs offense to lead to defense against Ole Miss by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
Auburn plans to go big against Texas A&M by Dana Sulonen, Auburn-Opelika News
Alabama travels to Vandy without key players from 24/7 Sports
NCAA player primer: Arkansas Razorback Bobby Portis by Eric Prisbell, USA Today
Vandy Coach Stallings apologizes for what he said to player by Scott Gleeson, USA Today

Football News-January 27, 2014
Some coaches don't want illegal man downfield rule changed by Chris Low, ESPN
Why LSU OC Cameron is on hot seat in 2015 from Bleacher Report
Give SEC credit for doing something about field rush/court storm by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Managing football equipment is no easy task by Sarah Spencer, Red & Black
Alabama's QB competition from Southern Pigskin
Mullen, Mississippi State agree to contract extension by Michael Bonner, Clarion-Ledger
SEC hits LSU with recruiting infractions by Jim Kleinpeter, the Times-Picayune
Cheating sure seems to pay in college athletics by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports

Basketball News-January 27, 2014
Bama's Obasohan not fun to play against, but fun to watch by Drew Champlin, AL.com
Billy Donovan might not reach career win 500 this season by Jordan McPherson, Independent Florida Alligator
Struggling Gamecocks ready to face Mississippi State by Kelli Caldwell, the Daily Gamecock
Buy or sell: Chance of Hogs beating Kentucky, making Sweet Sixteen run by Tye Richardson, Arkansas Traveler
Taking stock of Georgia's SEC, NCAA position by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
Calipari says media circus impossible to avoid by Kyle Tucker, Louisville Courier-Journal
Is fast pace way to stop Kentucky? Arkansas should tell us by Mark Story, the Herald-Leader
Portis is anchor Arkansas has been looking for by Jerry Tipton, the Herald-Leader
Vandy rallies for win at Tennessee from the Associated Press
SEC has to be smiling with Arkansas, Kentucky showdown from 24/7 Sports
NCAA tourney bubble teams biggest blemishes by Shelby Mast, USA Today
Q&A with Arkansas coach Mike Anderson by John Rothstein, CBS Sports

Football News-January 26, 2015
Expect Alabama, Auburn to be more explosive on offense in 2015 by Natalie Pierre, AL.com
Ranking the SEC coaching jobs by Edward Aschoff, ESPN
College football's top 20 running backs by Steven Lassan, Athlon
Alabama should keep first round streak alive for few years by Duane Rankin, the Montgomery Advertiser
Odom eager to put stamp on Mizzou defense by Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
SEC East burning questions by Jim Johnson, Southern Pigskin
Fifteen units getting a facelift in 2015 from College Football News
2015 Vanderbilt football outlook from College Football Zealots
Top 25 quarterbacks for 2015 by bill Bender, Sporting News

Basketball News-January 26, 2015
Why it is this bad for Florida by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun
Forget RPI: the win over Auburn was important for LSU by Sheldon MIckles, the Advocate
Anything Grant gets done at Alabama, Gottfried is doing better at N.C. State by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
The six commandments to storming the court by Braden Gall, Athlon Sports
Aggies not down for the count by Carter Karels, the Battalion
Missouri finally finds their mojo by Michael Natelli, the Maneater
Playing for Kentucky aint easy by Dana O'Neil, ESPN
Why banning freshmen is a bad idea that will not happen by Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports
Bruce Pearl's amazing jailbreak from NBC Sports
Florida delays basketball arena renovations for a year from the Associated Press
Kentucky improves to 28-0 with win over Miss. State from Fox Sports
Who has the best chance to beat Kentucky in NCAA tourney from USA Today

Football News-February 25, 2015
Ranking the SEC's football rosters for 2015 by Braden Gall, Athlon Sports
SEC players who helped their draft stock at NFL combine by Edward Aschoff, ESPN
Fresh football helmet designs for SEC football teams from Deeyung Entertainment
SEC West burning questions from Southern Pigskin
SEC or "the field" for College Football Playoff in 2015 from Bleacher Report
Former Missouri player, Michael Sam, to participate in "Dancing with the Stars" by Kevin Patra, NFL.com
Players want money? It will cost more than they think by Matt Hayes, Sporting News

Basketball News-February 25, 2015

Like it or not, it is all in the RPI for the SEC by Pete Bland, Columbia Daily Tribune
LSU hands Auburn most lopsided home defeat of season by Ryan Black, the Ledger-Enquirer
Tyndal thinks Vols are learning from "one play" mantra by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Mississippi State preparing for Kentucky's size, talent by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
Will Kentucky finished unbeaten? The answer has become clear by John Clay, the Herald-Leader
Is the College of Faith for real from SB Nation
Court storming needs to stop by Gary Parrish, CBS Sports
Arkansas hangs on to beat Aggies by Eric W. Bolin, Southwest Times Record
Alabama battles through injuries to beat South Carolina by Dew Champlin, AL.com
Missouri snaps losing streak, beats Gators by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
Kentucky basketball: the Cats recognize their own potential by Wyatt Riley, ISP SPorts
The five stupidest questions to not ask John Calipari by Rick Bozich, WDRB

Football News-February 24, 2015
Toughest coaching job in the SEC from ESPN
Denson evolves as tailback en route to South Carolina by Dewayne McLemore, the State
Auburn issues statement on players and veteran by Joel Erickson, AL.com
Was LSU one of college football's ten unluckiest teams last season by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
SEC state of the union for each school from Saturday Down South
Take a look at the Colorado home of Florida coach Jim McElwain by Graham Watson, Yahoo Sports
Georgia was always on Brown's mind by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
SEC pre-spring QB rankings by Alex Scarborough, ESPN

Basketball News-February 24, 2015
Kentucky's best team ever, coaching hire for Arkansas and other SEC thoughts by Gary Brown, CFB Update
Freshman ineligibility idea fails to make the grade by Matt Murschel, Orlando Sentinel
College basketball's sweatiest coaches by Caroline Sikes, Sporting News
The most indispensable Kentucky player? The one with the imaginary friend by Mark Story, the Herald-Leader
Missouri coach says team has improved despite losses by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star
Auburn's Mason motivated by hospitalized father by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
Norris gives Tide hope for the future by Marq Burnett, the Anniston Star
Arkansas can make statement in week ahead by Steve Walentik, Columbia Daily Journal
Seven bubble teams that could make Elite Eight runs by Shelby Mast, USA Today
Five teams that can beat Kentucky in NCAA Tournament by Josh Gutchess, CBS Boston
SEC still projected to get six team in NCAA field, but which ones from AL.com
Defense is first and foremost for LSU as they prepare for Auburn by Randy Rosetta, the Times-Picayune
Missouri basketball nearing rock bottom by Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Texas A&M has chance to make splash in polls against Arkansas by Richard Croome, the Eagle
Alabama hosting South Carolina in basketball tonight by Charlie Potter, 24/7 Sports

Football News-February 23, 2015

Offensive coaches uniting against new lineman rule by Andy Staples, Sports Illustrated
The college football Oscars go to...by Kevin McGuire, NBC Sports
Sixteen JUCO players who could swing title races this fall by Steve Lassan, Athlon
Is Steve Spurrier's South Carolina story nearing an end from Bleacher Report
Twenty key players returning to school by Bill Bender, Sporting News
NFL combine biggest winners and losers by Eric Edholm, Yahoo Sports
How golf helped Nick Saban win at Alabama in 2014 by Kyle Porter, CBS Sports
Mark Richt must legitimize Georgia football from Rant Sports
New OC says Vandy quarterbacks need lots of work by Adam Sparks, the Tennessean
One year better, Vols embrace elevated expectations by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Alabama-Auburn is best sports rivalry by Guerry Clegg, Ledger-Enquirer
College football needs balance between offense and defense by Gary Brown, College Football Update

Basketball News-February 23, 2015
Arkansas finding the road to success by Bob Holt, Arkansas Online
LSU is in race for one of three remaining SEC double byes by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
Alabama basketball, Anthony Grant appear to be a bad mix from Rant Sports
Ole Miss Summers playing with pop by Hugh Kellenberger, the Clarion-Ledger

Football News-February 22, 2015
Make freshmen ineligible? Please try to find another way to stop SEC by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Arkansas OC Dan Enos: being a head coach not all it is cracked up to be by Sam Cooper, Yahoo Sports
What we learned about Auburn's skill position players at combine by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
In year one SEC network already making money for schools from NBC Sports
College football and sixth grade quarterbacks by Paul Klee, Colorado Springs Gazette

Basketball News-February 22, 2015
Misouri loses 13th straight in rout to Vanderbilt by Steven Walentik, Columbia Daily Tribune
Andrew Harrison continues strong play as Kentucky destroys Auburn by Larry Vaught, Advocate Messenger
Late basket lifts Georgia over Alabama from the Associated Press
Texas A&M makes it look easy against South Carolina by Brent Zwernman, San Antonio Express
Martin has career day for LSU against Florida by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
Arkansas wins late in game against Mississippi State from the Associated Press
Ole Miss edges Tennessee from the Associated Press
Nike unveils all-white hoops uniforms from the Lost Lettermen

Football News-February 21, 2015
Auburn's Malzahn not a fan of illegal downfield rule change by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
How Texas A&M makes a News Years Six bowl by Alex Scarborough, ESPN
NFL combine: SEC still rules by Dan Hoppen, Rivals
Florida avoiding NCAA penalties related to Joker Phillips from the Associated Press
Is the lineman downfield rule to far afield by George Schroeder, USA Today
Shorter college games would mean less football and that is bad by Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports

Basketball News-February 21, 2015
Pearl brings Auburn to Kentucky with renewed commitment by Jerry Tipton, the Herald Leader
Ole Miss next for Vols in unforgiving stretch by Matt Slovin, the Tennessean
Bridgewater gives LSu an option off the bench  by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
LSU expects real test from Florida by Randy Rosetta, the Times-Picayune
Vols using Pinkins knowledge of Ole Miss for upcoming game from the Daily Beacon
South Carolina up next for Texas A&M from the Associated Press
Bulldogs look to "get whole", visit Alabama by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
Even lay-ups are no sure bet from the Associated Press
Projecting the field of 68 from USA Today
Missouri brings 12 game losing streak to Vanderbilt from SB Nation
Arkansas travels to Mississippi State by Nate Allen, the Baxter Bulletin

Football News, February 20, 2015
Steele says first phase of transition to LSU going well by Ross Dellenger, the Advocate
Don't count former Auburn QB Nick Marshall out of NFL as either QB or DB by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Former Gamecock RB Mike Davis went pro with mom in mind by Josh Kendall, the State
How Ole Miss makes a New Years Six bowl by Alex Scarborough, ESPN
Most concerning SEC QB situation in 2015 from Saturday Down South
Bielema among elite coaches in SEC by Tye Richardson, the Arkansas Traveler
Auburn players accused of harassing veteran from the Associated Press
The off-season in graphs from SB Nation
Why is NCAA so bad by Matt Hayes, Sporting News
Why the NCAA won't adopt concussion penalties by Jon Solomon, CBS Sports

Basketball News-February 20, 2015
Kentucky fans should not fear being undefeated entering NCAA tourney by Mark Story, Herald-Leader
College basketball's ten best players from USA Today
Bulldogs face quick turnaound before facing Hogs by Brandon Walker, the Columbus Dispatch
Ole Miss tops Mississippi State from the Associated Press
NCAA Tournament invite is a game to game proposition for LSU by Ron Hggins, the Times-Picayune
Big Ten considering freshmen ineligibility by Adam Rittenberg, ESPN.com
Texas A&M makes turn for the better with NCAA tourney in sight by Eric Prisbell, USA Today
Historic losers weigh in on Missouri basketball by Mitchell Ferman, the Columbia Daily Tribune
Who can beat Kentucky and other SEC basketball thoughts by Gary Brown, CFB Update

Football News-February 19, 2015
Ole Miss commit loves LSU, just couldn't see playing there by Andrew Lopez, the Times-Picayune
Documentary on integration of UK football worth watching by Merlene Davis, the Herald-Leader
Mark Richt vs the other guys from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Razorback football in good shape next year by Leonce DeLoch, the Arkansas Traveler
Ole Miss QB commit has brother that quits job at LSU from NBC Sports
Jeremy Johnson is a reason for Auburn fans to be confident by Steven Lassan, Athlon
How the SEC was integrated from CBS Sports
20 key players staying in school by Bill Bender, Sporting News
What college football teams see in high school coaches by Paul Myerberg, USA Today

Basketball News-February 19, 2015
Sorry Bruce, But for Now Alabama is Grant's state by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Ole Miss could use a reversal of history in Starkville by Hugh Kellenberger, the Clarion-Ledger
Aggies grinding out path to NCAA tourney by Robert Cessna, the Eagle
Missouri guards are "brothers" in the backcourt by Daniel Witt, the Maneater
Turnovers doom Missouri at Arkansas by Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Cauley-Stein: Kentucky will always get other team's best shot by Larry Vaught, the Advocate Messenger
Florida gets ugly win over Vandy, but it was still a win by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun

Football News-February 18, 2017
Rape charges are another hit for Vols by David Climer, the Tennessean
Reasons why Auburn is spending more and making less than Alabama in football by John Talty, AL.com
Theories abound for why top QBs don't sign with LSU by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune
Coach approval ratings for the SEC West by Brett Weisband, Saturday Down South
Ranking sixth graders is past absurd by Matt Hayes, Sporting News

Basketball News-February 18, 2017
How Saban's arrival coincided with the fall of basketball at Alabama by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Donovan points finger at himself for Florida's season by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
Gamecocks upset Bulldogs in Athens by David Cloinger, the State
Charter service used by MSU has recent issues with FAA  Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
Kentucky notches 26th straight win over Tennessee by Kevin Erpenbeck, the Kentucky Kernel

Football News-February 17, 2017
How Arkansas makes a new years six bowl by Alex Scarborough, ESPN
Top 15 JUCO signees playing in 2015 by Steve Lassan, Athlon
Jones believes DeBord can make a difference for Vols offense by Nathanel Rutherford, the Daily Beacon
NFL Combine: what South Carolina players must prove by Josh Kendall, the State
Alabama athletics posts $33 million dollar surplus by Michael Casagrande, AL.com
Welcome to the combine by Peter King, Sports Illustrated
Ole Miss WR Treadwell running just months after injury by Justin Ferguson, Sporting News
Top SEC East questions from Scout
Vanderbilt: Spring football primer from Southern Pigskin

Basketball News-February 17, 2017
Five things Vols must do to beat Kentucky by Matt Slovin, the Tennessean
Why Tennessee could be most important game of season for Kentucky by Mark Story, the Herald-Leader
Portis, Towns earn SEC weekly honors from SEC Digital News
Road wins boosts LSU's tourney hopes, but A&M game is still big by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
Georgia's Gaines takes more pride in defense  by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
Examining college basketball's scheduling conundrum by Nicole Auerbach, USA Today
Arkansas showing there is more to SEC than Kentucky by Michael Beller, Sports Illustrated
Is Kentucky the FSU of college basketball by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports
Pearl says hardwood Iron Bowl is a "must win" game by James Crepa, Montgomery Advertiser

Football News-February 16, 2016
Prep combines, recruiting gurus full of bunk by Mick McCabe, the Detroit Free Press
Toomers Corner returns to normal with oak trees back by Ryan Black, the Ledger-Enquirer
The corruption of amateur sports by Phil Mushnick, the New York Post

Basketball News-February 16, 2015
Kentucky is undefeated, but not unbeatable by Matt Slovin, the Tennessean
Will SEC improvement be evident on selection Sunday by Eric Prisbell, USA Today
Time for Bowlsby and Scott to end campaign for freshman ineligibility by Mike DeCourcy
Calipari and players having more fun this season by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger

Football News-February 15, 2015

Saban won the battle, but Malzahn won the debate by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com
Team by team breakdown of SEC enrolles by Braden Gall, Athlon Sports
Which SEC teams will be most improved in 2015 by Brad Crawford, Saturday Down South
Sumlin officially announces Texas A&M defensive staff by Brent Zwerneman, San Antonio Express-News
New Vols OC does not expect rust to be an issue from the Associated Press
High school recruits think twice about signing letters of intent by Ray Glier, the New York Times
Conference commissioners thinking about freshmen ineligibility by Jon Solomon, CBS Sports
Stakes the same, but cut line stakes higher in football by George Schroeder, USA Today Sports
The oaks have returned to Toomers Corner by Graham Watson, Yahoo Sports
2015 college football forecast by Zach Hefland, the Los Angeles Times

Basketball News-February 15, 2015
Harrell hits clutch 3 point shot to lead Auburn to win over Georgia by Joel Erickson, AL.com
Led by Jordan Mickey LSU trounces Tennessee from the Associated Press
Mississippi State team plane forced to make emergency landing by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
Every moment on the NCAA bubble is an anxious one by Aubrey Bloom, the Eagle
The more Kentucky wins, the more flawless they look by John Clay, the Herald-Leader
Gators unable to rally against Texas A&M by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
South Carolina seeing "Big" blue after Valentines Day massacre by Josha Huff, the Kentucky Kernel
Coach disappointed in Georgia after Auburn loss by Connor Riley, Red & Black
Williams career game not enough as Missouri loses 11th straight against MSU by Dave Matter, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
What does future hold for Anthony Grant after loss to Vandy by Wayne Hester, the Anniston Star
Portis, Qualls lead Hogs to big win over Ole Miss from the Associated Press

Football News-February 13, 2015

Change in illegal man downfield rule is a game changer from the Associated Press

2015 SEC football wedding planner by Bill Bender, the Sporting News

Auburn believes they have three players who can help pass rush right now by Joel Erickson, AL.com

Creative SEC stadium renovations by Christopher Smith, Saturday Down South

No more national signing day, please by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

LSU expects backfield to be crowded again in 2015 by Stanton Vignes, the Daily Reveille

Saban should give the ball to Henry more from the Montgomery Advertiser

The most interesting players to watch at the NFL combine from the National Football Post

2015 college football odds from Fox Sports

Why can't LSU find a star quarterback from Bleacher Report

Former and current Tennessee players indicted on rape charges by Sam Cooper, Yahoo Sports


Basketball News-February 13, 2015

Alabama chasing a streak by Sean Landry, the Crimson & White

Missouri coach forced into emergency landing from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Why Calipari wants Kentucky to lose from the Associated Press

Pearl: Auburn can beat any SEC team...but Kentucky by Jonathan Lintner, Louisville Courier-Journal

Wooden watch list is released  from NBC Sports

Projecting the field of 68 from USA Today

SEC teams running out of chances to knock off Kentucky by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Gators "almost" pull one out against Ole Miss by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun

Ole Miss edges Florida from the Associated Press

The NCAA's most controversial school by Will Leitch, Sports on Earth


Football News-February 12, 2015

In-state talent leads to recruiting success for Tennessee by Nathanael Rutherford, the Daily Beacon

Auburn athletic budget to exceed $113 million by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

Florida AD understands the angst over still paying Muschamp by Mark Long, the Florida Times-Union

Kiper's mock draft shows six SEC players in first round by Christopher Smith, Saturday Down South

Time for escape clause for recruits by Mark Schlabach, ESPN

Former South Carolina player upset about misdiagnosis by "fake" trainers by Jordan Heck, Sporting News

College football rules committee talks linemen but not pace from USA Today

Hokes hire means significant changes fro Gamecock defense by Willie Smith, the Greenville News

MSU's early enrollees are impressing by Riley Blevins, the Clarion-Ledger

Auburn's Malzahn is big fan of Galga by Brandon Marcello, AL.com


Basketball News-February 12, 2015

Razorbacks finding identity on defense by Scottie Bordelon, the Arkansas Traveler

Haith says Missouri would be winning if he was still coach by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star

Should Kentucky's Cauley-Stein be a POY candidate by Larry Vaught, Advocate Messenger

Kentucky's Towns in POY discussion if at another school by John Rothstein, CBS Sports

Auburn needs to feed big, bad Bowers by Duane Rankin, the Montgomery Advertiser

Aggies home stretch begins too quietly at Reed Arena by Robert Cessnea, the Eagle

Tennessee beats Vandy in overtime from the Associated Press

Georgia goes on road, takes down Aggies from the Associated Press

An unblemished record is new for Calipari by William Rhoden, the New York Times

Latest RPI rankings from CBS Sports


Football News-February 11, 2015

Ranking the SEC's top 10 linebackers for 2015 by Natlie Pierre, AL.com

Foley: football facilities will get done at Florida by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun

Mullen's contract extension a matter of when and not if by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger

Nick Saban vs. John Calipari: who built the better powerhouse by the Sporting News

Pace of play is not in the discussion this year by George Schroeder, USA Today

Rivals names top football recruiters by Mike Farrell, Rivals

Foolish commissioners want to tamper with college footballs timing by Tim Griffin, San Antonio Express-News

Coaches bailing after signing day signals time for rules change by Matt Hayes, Sporting News


Basketball News-February 11, 2015

Vandy-Vols loses intensity without natives in the game by Matt Slovin, the Tennessean

Gamecocks shut down Missouri rally by David Cloinger, the State

Calipari's tirade fuels Towns after technical by John Clay, the Herald-Leader

Arkansas blasts Auburn in game plagued by fouls by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

LSU's failures in final minutes costs Tigers by Ron Higgins, AL.com

Fitzgerald trying to help Aggies in new role by Richard Croome, the Eagle

Florida being bitten by roster turnover by Gary Parrish, CBS Sports

Good reasons why Kentucky should fear Wisconsin by Reid Forgrave, Fox Sports

Bama gets second SEC road win over Mississippi State from the Anniston Star

NCAA tourney resumes for Oklahoma schools and Arkansas from Tulsa World

Kentucky basketball fending off all challengers by William C. Rhoden, the New York Times



Football News-February 9, 2015

Some Auburn signees face crowded field to playing time by Joel Erickson, AL.com

A big recruit and the secret guilt of college football from St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Recruiting continues to test patience of those involved by David Paschall, the Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Strength up-front makes Ole Miss deserving of top 10 ranking by Brad Crawford, Saturday Down South

Position recruiting rankings: defense from Rivals

Position recruiting rankings: offense from Rivals


Basketball News-February 9, 2015

LSU regains focus in time for Kentucky to visit by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate

Beating Kentucky takes hope and your "A" game by Jerry Tipton, the Hearld-Leader

Georgia looks like a tournament team by Mark Wiedmer, the Chatanooga Times-Free Press

Kentucky is on undefeated watch list, from Sports Illustrated

How Kentucky can stay undefeated by Nicole Auerbach, USA Today Sports

Football News-February 8, 2015
NFL combine by the numbers from NFL.com
SEC well represented at NFL combine from Saturday Down South
Rece Davis not worried about chemistry on Gameday by Michael Cassagrande, AL.com
Tebow Foundation shining bright by Mark Wiedmer, Chattanooga Times-Free Press
Malzahn proud committed recruits stayed with Auburn by Ryan Black, Ledger-Enquirer
Jefferson finally to Florida? from the Florida Times-Union
Bielema signs new deal with Arkansas by Eric Bolin, Arkansas News
Looking ahead at LSU recruiting with an eye on QBs by Ross Dellenger, the Advocate
Calls for early signing period go against SEC by Jennifer Smith, Lexington Herald-Leader
Nick Saban returns from two year recruiting expedition with 94 five star players from the Onion(satire)

Basketball News-February 8, 2015
Why they hate John Calipari outside outside of Kentucky by Roger Groves, Forbes
Gators flaws cost them against Kentucky by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun
Kentucky-Florida: what we learned by Kyle Tucker, Louiville Courier-Journal
Frazier's big shots help Georgia edge Tennessee by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Time-Free Press
Lineup changes give LSU a bolt of energy and win over Bama by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
Hot shooting Ole Miss takes down Auburn by Brandon Marcello, AL.com
NCAA to experiment with shot clock in NIT by Ben Cohen, the Wall Street Journal
Pearl's impact at Auburn has been immediate and profound by Ryan Fagan, Sporting News
Arkansas downs cold-shooting Mississippi State from the Associated Press
Vanderbilt rallies for win over South Carolina from USA Today
Texas A&M downs Missouri from ESPN
Bracketology: latest bracket has six SEC teams in from CBS Sports

Football News-January 7, 2015
Grading LSU's class position by position from the Times-Picayune
Hogs developing plenty of talent at tight end by Eric Bolin, Arkansas News
Media to blame for national signing day hype by Brian Scott Rippee, the Daily Mississippian
How to clap like LSU's Les Miles from the Advocate
Auburn to have nation's largest video board, from the Plainsman
Jefferson saga about over for him and Florida from the Gainesville Sun
Signing day madness not going anywhere by Ryan Black, the Ledger-Enquirer
Recruiting rankings matter by Braden Gall, Athlon Sports
Alabama's Mario Cristobal named SEC's top recruiter from Saturday Down South
McElwain calmly rebuilding Gators like he wants by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports
Sumlin: We could have done better for Manziel from Fox Sports

Basketball News-January 7, 2015
If Anthony Grant is gone at Bama, who should replace him by Roy Johnson, AL.com
Craig Sword key in Mississippi State turnaround by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger
LSU has work to do by Randy Rosetta, the Times-Picayune
Missouri is having a hard time getting easy baskets at the rim by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star
Georgia needs their stars back from injury and otherwise by Seth Emerson, the Ledger-Enquirer
Lyles likely to miss Kentucky's game with Florida by Larry Vaught, Central Kentucky News
In duel of SEC's flagship basketball programs Kentucky is up, Florida down by Jerry Tipton, the Herald-Leader
UGA looks to get back on winning side against Vols by Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald
Now is time for Gamecocks to make turnaround in basketball by David Cloinger, The State
Spirits high at Auburn ahead of game with Ole Miss by James Crepa, the Montgomery Advertiser

Football News-January 6, 2014
Tennessee, UCLA, USC lead the winners on signing day by Paul Myerberg, USA Today
Alabama's recruiting success translates to NFL by Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports
What we learned: dissecting signing day by Matt Hayes, Sporting News
How Texas A&M won over Tyler Murray by Sam Kahn, ESPN
Backbone of Missouri's class came from KC, St. Louis by David Morrison, the Columbia Daily Tribune
It is time we realize the absurdity signing day is by Robbie Dunn, the Red and Black
Signing day a smooth one for Arkansas by Ty Richardson, the Arkansas Traveler
LSU's Miles: Early signing period only way to go by Jim Kleinpeter, the Times-Picayune
Florida has not received CeCe Jefferson's NLI from CBS Sports
Byron Cowart and the Ridiculousness of College Football's Signing Day by Michael Weinreb, Rolling Stone
Time for Vols to turn recruits into wins by Jay Greeson, the Chattanooga Times-Free Press
North Little Rock forefits titles in basketball and football, connected to former Hog commit K.J. Hill from KATV

Basketball News-January 6, 2014
Ranking the top college basketball players from USA Today
Gators looking for answers to inconsistencies by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun
Despite ankle, Willie Cauley-Stein knows he should be doing more by Larry Vaught, the Advocate Messenger
Auburn upsets LSU on road by Joel Erickson, AL.com
LSU suffers another disapointing loss, this time to Auburn by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate
Wash, rinse repeat for turnover plagued LSU by Ron Higggins, the Times-Picayune


Football News-February 5, 2014

McElwain winning Gator nation by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun

Georgia recruiting success in 2015 driven by DBs and linemen by Connor Riley, Red and Black

Missouri recruits well, but still trails in SEC by Jeff Gordon, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

For Kentucky's Stoops, signing day is personal by John Clay, the Herald-Leader

Alabama has drama free recruiting day by Marq Burnett, Montgomery Advertiser

Arkansas's Bret Bielema discusses QB and recruiting from CBS

Malzahn thinks Auburn keeps players as committed as anyone by Joel Erickson, AL.com

LSU starts honing in on 2016 by Ross Delenger, the Advocate

National signing day: plenty of grand displays by Marc Tracey, the New York Times

Auburn vs Florida: wild, weird recruiting by Matt Hayes, the Sporting News

2015 instant impact freshmen in the SEC East from Saturday Down South

2015 instant impact freshmen in the SEC West from Saturday Down South

Cheers to a player who knows the meaning of commitment by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Give me a bottle of Tylenol, signing day is over by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune

Ole Miss brings in high risk prospect Chad Kelly from ESPN


Basketball News-February 5, 2014

Ole Miss ends Aggies winning streak from the Eagle

Kentucky even money to win national title from NBC Sports

Bama snaps two game skid with win over Missouri by Marq Bennett, the Anniston Star

Auburn is outmanned, still presents a challenge for LSU by Randy Rosetta, the Times-Picayune


Recruiting Class by School from Rivals

Alabama       

Arkansas   

Auburn

LSU

Mississippi State

Ole Miss

Texas A&M

Florida

Georgia

Kentucky

Missouri

South Carolina

Tennessee

Vanderbilt


Football News-February 4, 2014

Can Florida and Michigan avoid historically bad signing days from Grantland

Kentucky tries to rally from decommitments by Steve Jones, the Courier-Journal

Recruiting class has chance to be historic for Auburn by Alex Boyington, Auburn-Opelika News

Does a Bama "bump" exist in recruiting? by John Talty, AL.com

Uncommitted prospects take center stage on signing day by Gary Laney, the Times-Picayune

Making the case for an H Back from 24/7 Sports

Loss of nine commitments hurts SC recruiting class by Matt Connolly, Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Schools in power five spending more on recruiting from USA Today

Former Vandy player convicted of rape goes on Dr. Phil from WAAY

Many factors go into a signing day decision by Sam Brown, the Tennessean

Today's signees need different dreams by Mark Wiedmer, Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Mullen's not a fan of late antics by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger


Basketball News-February 4, 2015

SEC hopes depth is rewarded in March from the Associated Press

SEC schools hoping to see strength rewarded by Steve Walentik, Columbia Daily Tribune

Missouri takes time to talk things out during losing streak by Tod Palmer, the Kansas City Star

Pearl says Auburn will have to be patient by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

Razorbacks cook Gamecocks from the State

UGA's Fox, UK's Calipari defends SEC's honor by Kyle Tucker, Louisville Courier-Journal

Mississippi State rumbles past Tennessee from the Chattanoogan

Gators can't sustain modest winning streak by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun


Football News-February 3, 2015

Negative recruiting a common, but risky, practice around signing day by John Talty, AL.com

Florida's 2015 recruiting class shows the big mistake Florida made with Muschamp by Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports

Marcus Lattimore hired by South Carolina from NBC Sports

Alabama's recruiting success resonates far beyond signing day by Dan Wolken, USA Today

Biggest threat to Aggies in landing prized recruit is baseball by Cam Smith, USA Today High School Sports

Odell Beckham;s catch is making recruiting easier for LSU by Dennis Dodd, CBS

How Manziel raised his hand and went to rehab by Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland.com

One high profile recruit that has not bailed on Kentucky by Mark Story, the Herald-Leader

Which SEC schools have most to gain on signing day? by John Talty, AL.com


Basketball News-February 3, 2015

Arkansas enters final stretch with NCAA Tournament in sight from the Associated Press

Six marquee teams on the bubble by Shelby Mast and Scott Gleeson, USA Today

Ten things you need to know about the college basketball season by Reid Fargave, Fox Sports

Can Alabama make the NCAA field? by Michale Cassagrande, AL.com

Aaron Harrison says being undefeated not why they put on the uniform by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger

Tyndall, Tennessee prep for different Mississippi State by Dargan Southard, the Daily Times

Florida's struggles are part of the process by Jordan McPherson, the Independent Florida Alligator

South Carolina has to face a tough Arkansas team on the road by Willie Smith, the Greenville News

Texas A&M gaining respect within SEC by Richard Croome, the Eagle


Football News-February 2, 2015

Why Matt Canada is perfect to be Tennessee's new OC from Bleacher Report

Who is the best Georgia player in the NFL by Justin Fedich, Red and Black

Auburn-Florida battles could highlight signing day from Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Connor Shaw believes Spurrier can turn things around by Willie Smith, the Greenville News

Would the Dolphins be better with Wilson and Bielema by Andrew Abramson, Palm Beach Post

Signing day is near, for what that is worth by Joe Medley, the Anniston Star

Tweeting high school athletes is not needed by Eric Wallace, the Plainsman

SEC: ten best defensive hires in this off-season by Brett Weisband, Saturday Down South

SEC class rankings from Rivals

Attorney for former Vandy player wants mistrial in rape trial from the New York Daily News

Tweeting while they work: college coaches on the recruiting trail by George Schroeder, Usa Today
Florida making run to finish strong, from the Gainesville Sun
Ex-Kentucky player makes run at Super Bowl MVP by James Varney, the Herald-Leader


Basketball News-February 2, 2015

Calipari focused on improving post play by Jon Hale, 24/7 Sports

Kentucky does not need to be perfect to win title, but they need to be better by Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News

Players, fans differ on former Southern Miss, current Tennessee coach in wake of probe by Jason Munz, Hattiesburg American

Top five impact freshmen by Steve Gleeson, USA Today


Football News-February 1, 2015

Saban would have been an NFL coach if he stayed in Miami by Kevin Scarbinksy, AL.com

LSU has plenty of NFL talent, but needs a QB by Katherine Terrell, the Times-Picayune

Position that needs improvement for Ole Miss from ESPN

Why college football is better than the NFL by Kevin Duffy, Saturday Down South



Basketball News-February 1, 2015

Florida gets razor-thin win over Arkansas by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun

Kentucky being 21-0 does not matter now, might later by John Clay, the Herald Leader

Similarities are there for Pearl's first seaon at Auburn, Tennessee by ex Boyington, Opelika-Auburn News

Gmecock's snap Georgia's winning streak by Michael Cunningham, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Coach not happy with team's effort in loss to Ole Miss by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star

Terrible shooting dooms LSU on the road at Miss. State by Sheldon Mickle, the Advocate

Aggies beat Vandy for sixth straight win by Richard Croome, the Eagle

Saturday's crowd a sign of what might be for Texas A&M by Robert Cessna, the Eagle



Football News-January 31, 2015

NFL may be unbeatable, but college football had a better year by Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports

Football taking hits ahead of signing day by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger

Gators making late recruiting push from the Gainesville Sun

Tennessee is building a first rate defensive line by Murf Baldwin, Saturday Down South

Big names on defensive line could make the day for Ole Miss on signing day from the Daily Mississippian

Year of the flip in recruiting by Josh Barnett, USA Today

Bielema turned down Dolphins because they would not draft QB Russell Wilson by Elizabeth Merrill, ESPN

Heisman Trophy betting odds has 5 SEC players in top tier from Bovada (caution: gambling site)

Arian Foster says he got money while at Tennessee from Yahoo Sports

What Kyler Murray’s commitment means to Texas A&M from USA Today


Basketball News-January 31, 2015

Like LSU fans with Saban, Tennessee fans wish Pearl had never left by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Pearl expects to get misty in return to Tennessee by Alex Boyington, Auburn-Opelika News

Halfway to 40-0 Kentucky does not need to lose a game by Eric Crawford, WDRB

High-octane Razorbacks get ready for improving Gators by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun

Early SEC losses serving LSU well by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate

How Texas A&M went hot in basketball by Kate Hairopoulos, the Dallas Morning News

Big 12 is good, but the best in college basketball? By Randy Peterson, the Des Moines Register

 


Football News-January 30, 2015

How Florida gave Auburn recruiting a boost by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Kentucky's flipping commits want to see proof on the field by Ben Roberts, the Herald-Leader

Missouri AD to step down in summer by Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dipatch

Katy Perry stepping down in football fandom again by Melissa Hoppert, The New York Times

Lessons from how Clemson-South Carolina handled "The Brawl" by Gene Sapakoff, the Post and Courier

Ole Miss: position that needs improvement by Edward Aschoff, ESPN

Will Muschamp can make (Auburn) or break (Florida) in recruiting by Matt Hayes, Sporting News

SEC schools looking to replace key players by Steve Lassan, Athlon Sports

Welcome to the silly season of CFB recruiting rankings by Jon Solomon, CBS Sports

Ten biggest de-commitments from Rivals


Basketball News-January 30, 2015

Big 12, SEC looking to increase exposure with conference challenge shift by Randy Rosetta, the Times-Picayune

Past ghosts haunt MSU basketball today by Kevin Simmons, The Reflector

SEC basketball breakdown: Tide still can't rise under Grant by Pete Bland, Columbia Daily Tribune

What we learned from Kentucky's win at Missouri by Kyle Tucker, the Courier-Journal

Bruce Pearl ready for emotional return to Tennessee by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

Tennessee dealing with new turmoil prior to Pearl's return by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports

SEC Basketball: SEC hot seat candidates by Gary Brown, CFB Update



Football News-January 29, 2015

Eight SEC players who will play key roles in the Super Bowl by Mike Herndon, AL.com

Auburn looking to finish strong in recruiting thanks to new blood by Alex Byington, Auburn-Opelika News

UGA Sports Medicine takes aggressive approach in managing concussions by Fletcher Page, Athens Banner-Herald

Let Vandy rape case be a lesson for all of us by Mark Wiedmer, Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Season report card for Mississippi State from ESPN

SEC Five Stars over the last decade by Brad Crawford, Saturday Down South

Jones taking time in search for next Tennessee OC by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times-Free Press

LSU hopes to remain recruiting power with staff changes by Jack Chascin, Daily Reveille

CFB playoff may not be the party hoped for by SEC by Chris Low, ESPN

Where have all the SEC quarterbacks gone by Matt Hayes, Sporting News

Brandon Harris high school coach wanted hm to leave LSU by Nick Bromberg, Yahoo Sports

Florida's national signing day nightmare from Athlon Sports


Basketball News-January 29, 2015

Tide going down tough road with Grant by Ken Jones, Auburn-Opelika News

Bruce Pearl takes aim at Auburn's scoring drought by Joel Erickson, AL.com

Missouri's "normal" coach charged with changing culture by Jerry Tipton, the Lexington-Herald

Missouri believes they will be more competitive against Kentucky by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star

Better late than never, LSU gets win by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune

Football-centric Georgia trying to make a splash in men's hoops by Paul Newberry, the Associated Press

Ole Miss rallies to beat Mississippi State by Patrick Browning, The Daily Mississippian


Football News-January 28, 2015

12 reasons they call Mizzou D-Line U from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Saban would have won in NFL too by Mark Edwards, the Anniston Star

Look for Auburn and Florida to be among teams making headlines on signing day from AL.com

Forget Rose Bowl and keep CFB playoff on New Year's Day by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Former Vandy players guilty of rape by Graham Watson, Yahoo Sports

Five biggest things that could happen on signing day by Ethan Levine, Saturday Down South

Does winning a national title boost recruiting? by Kevin McGuire, NBC Sports


Basketball News-January 28, 2015

Georgia shoots out of free throw slump in Vandy win by Taylor Mayforth, Athens Banner-Herald

Missouri rallies around Clark after missed free throws by Dave Matter. the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Gators work late to beat Tide by Kevin Brockway, the Gainesville Sun

Calipari says Kentucky can fight off complacency, play with energy by Jerry Tipton, the Herald-Leader

SEC basketball has improved, but it is hard to match Cal-Tucky by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune

LSU coach tries to keep players aware of big wins by Gamecocks by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate

Ole Miss won't dance after MSU game by Hugh Kellenberger, the Clarion-Ledger

Aggies keep winning, this time at Auburn by

Auburn slump continues as Aggies keep winning by Alex Boyington, Auburn-Opelika News

Arkansas rallies late to beat Vols from the Associated Press

How SEC coaches could fix the game by David Paschall, the Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Florida coach pleased with progress in win over Bama by Vasha, AL.com


Football News-January 27, 2015

Tim Skipper brings handy man role to Florida staff by Scott Carter, Fox Sports South

Defensive line coach staying with Missouri by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star

Jeremy Johnson leading Auburn receivers as new Tiger QB by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

Ole Miss continues loading up at receiver by Hugh Kellenberger, the Clarion-Ledger

Every SEC's toughest out of conference game in 2015 by Brad Crawford, Saturday Down South

Where did college football find starting quarterbacks in 2015 by Braden Gall, Athlon

Jeff Long re-elected as CFB Playoff Committee chair George Schroeder, USA Today

LSU to make almost nine million on neutral site games by Ross Dellenger, the Advocate

Here is a solution to the playoff disaster coming this year by Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports

Slowing offenses is key for SEC's new defensive coordinators by Andy Johnston, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Basketball News-January 27, 2015

Kentucky basketball on way to best start in program history by Morgan Striggles, ISP Sports

Georgia seeks fifth straight win tonight against Vandy by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times-Free Press

Gators in unfamiliar area with three straight losses by Steven Walentik, Columbia Daily Tribune

New rivalry in Iron Bowl: Anthony Grant vs. Bruce Pearl by Vasha Hunt, AL.com

POLL: who is the best SEC basketball coach ever? by Ron Higgins, the Times-Picayune

LSU creeping higher in NCAA bracket projections by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate

Texas A&M ready to face Auburn by Richard Croome, the Eagle

Arkansas looking to avenge earlier loss to Tennessee from the Associated Press

Slow pace, low scores damage college basketball's watchability by Nicole Auerbach


Football News-Janaury 26, 2015

Batey takes stand at Vandy rape trial and apologizes by Stacey Barchhenger, the Tennessean

Should Kiffin stay at Bama until Saban retires by Bill Bender, Sporting News

Recruiting numbers don't always add up by David Climer, the Tennessean

Arkansas: position that needs improvement from ESPN

The offense revolution continues, sparked by ground game by Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports

SEC schools still lead the way in recruiting from NBC Sports


Basketball News-January 26, 2015

Kentucky fans stands strong at South Carolina by Jerry Tipton, The Herald-Leader

Missed free throws spoil gritty performance by Missouri by Steve Walentik, Columbia Daily Tribune

Who is LSU's MVP so far? By Randy Rosetta, the Times-Picayune

Ray thinks MSU is a few steps away by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger

Bruce Pearl want Bama-Auburn basketball to be relevant nationally by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

College basketball needs some help by Sam Mellinger, Kansas City Star

NFL, ESPN lobby for changes in CFB playoff calendar by John Ourand and Michael Smith, Sports Business Journal


Football News-January 25, 2015

Tennessee students chase dreams at tryouts by Matt Slovan, the Tennessean

Nick Marshall is latest college star who might shine at different position in NFL by Natalie Pierre, AL.com

Kiffin will be back at Alabama in 2015 by Marq Burnett, The Anniston Star

How many 5-Star recruits panned out since 2005 by Christopher Smith, Saturday Down South

It is past time for an upgrade of Georgia's Sanford Stadium by Bill King, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Basketball News January 2015

Gators must face the music after 2nd SEC loss from Gator Nation

Calipari trying to tweak Andrew Harrison again by Kyle Tucker, the Courier Journal

Missouri falls to Arkansas in heartbreaking finish by Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

No name defense leads Wildcats to win over Gamecocks by Jay Clemons, Fox Sports South

SEC road remains friendly to LSU by Sheldon Mickles, the Advocate

Georgia offensive rebound helps end MSU streak by Michael Bonner, the Clarion-Ledger

Vols suffer second home loss of season to Aggies by Matt Slovan, the Tennessea

Pearl says bad defensive rotation allowed Tide tip-in by James Crepa, The Montgomery Advertiser


Football News-January 24, 2015

Five recruits Auburn could flip from other schools by John Talty, AL.com

Saban hopeful that Kiffin stays at Alabama by Duanne Rankin, the Montgomery Advertiser

Vandy football players judgement impaired by alcohol by Stacey Barchenger, the Tennessean 

Everyone is chasing Georgia and Alabama in 2015 SEC race by Steve Lassan, Athlon

Smaller draft hit should help LSU in 2015 by David Ching, ESPN

Georgia jumps into college football spending war by Bill King, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Five things we learned from Senior Bowl week by Zac Jackson, Fox Sports


Basketball News-January 24, 2015

SEC basketball breakdown by Pete Bland, Columbia Daily Tribune

Kentucky expects gritty challenge from Gamecocks by Jerry Tipton, The Lexington Herald Leader

Hogs don't get much time to celebrate by Nate Allen, the Baxter Bulletin

Missouri hopes to get well against Arkansas by Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Donovan not shocked by fall, ready to start turn at Ole Miss by Robbie Andreu, the Gainesville Sun

Attendance at Missouri basketball games still a concern by Tod Palmer, Kansas City Star

Anthony Grant vs. Bruce Pearl mat be Grant's biggest game as Bama coach by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Should Charles Mann be the Man for Georgia by Jaylon Thompson, Red and Black

Three thoughts on LSU basketball by Randy Rosetta, the Times Picayune

Aggies ready to face Vols by Richard Croome, The Eagle

Today's SEC basketball schedule from SEC Digital


Football News-January 23, 2015

Who is hungry? Recruits and they must be fed by Jeremy Crabtree, ESPN

Jones says Vols OC had goal to coach in NFL by Dustin Dopriak, Knoxville News-Sentinel

Former top scout says Prescott wise to return to Miss. State by Zachary Creglow, the Clarion-Ledger

Malzahn believes Nick Marshall could be a success at QB in NFL by Brandon Marcello, AL.com

Jones creates family atmosphere at Tennessee from FanSided

Which schools will be the big winners on signing day by Josh Barnett, USA Today

Longhorns won't rest until they steal future Aggie star QB by Teddy Mitrisillis, Fox Sports

North Carolina faces lawsuit over fake classes by Dan Kane, the News & Observer


Basketball News-January 23, 2015

SEC is better in basketball, but it might not result in more tourney spots by Ron Morris, the State

Kentucky learning SEC is better than expected in basketball by Seth Emerson, Louisville Courier-Journal

Vols Tyndall on the spot in Southern Miss probe by David Climer, the Tennessean

Gamecocks look to replicate 2014 win over UK by David Roberts, The Daily Gamecock

Calipari says point guard Harrison has accepted criticism thrown his way by Larry Vaught, the Advocate-Messenger

Portis putback snaps Arkansas slide by Robbie Neiswanger, Arkansas News



Football News-January 22, 2015

Eleven players who have helped themselves with Senior Bowl practices by Mike Herndon, AL.com

Former LSU FB, Connor Neighbors, trying to seize Senior Bowl moment by Jim Kleinpeter, The Times-Picayune

Enos made right call leaving Central Michigan for Arkansas by Graham Couch, Lansing State Journal

The biggest regret for each SEC team in 2015 from Saturday Down South

Gators can't blow big recruiting weekend by Chris Hayes, Orlando Sentinel

Georgia's Richt gets two year extension by Chip Towers, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Basketball News-January 22, 2015

Life after Kentucky a concern for SEC teams by David Paschall, Chattanooga Times Free Press

Perimeter defense among Gators issues by Kevin Brockway, The Gainesville Sun

Arkansas gets ready for big game against Bama by Robbie Neiswanger, Arkansas News

SEC basketball searching for contenders from SB Nation

Calipari wants Towns to be best big man in nation by Larry Vaught, the Advocate Messenger

Hope for Mississippi State men's basketball? from Maroon and White Nation

Tyndall situation continues recent Tennessee instability from the Associated Press

Five most impressive coaching jobs in college basketball by Scott Gleeson, USA Today




Football News-January 21, 2015

Nick Marshall will always have the prayer in Jordan-Hare by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

LSU players who need to step up in 2015 from the Times-Picayune

College football's top 5 declining teams for 2015 from Athlon

Alabama's crowded backfield brings excitement and problems by Brett Weisband, Saturday Down South

Bowden wants his wins back too by Mike Bianci, the Orlando Sentinel

College football needs an early signing period by Daniel Uthman, USA Today

Impact of Power Five changes by Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports

Florida fans have to realize that Meyer is just not into them by Erica Brown, Independent Florida Alligator


Basketball News-January 21, 2015

SEC basketball getting better at the bottom by Steven Walentik, the Columbia Daily Tribune

Humbled SEC foes react differently to Cat-astrophes by Jerry Tipton, The Lexington Herald-Leader

LSU Tigers put together tow halves against Gators by Randy Rosetta, the Tomes-Picayune

Gators lose second in a row in humbling loss by Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun

Missouri trying to dig out of rut in game with Aggies by Tod Palmer, the Kansas City Star

Aggies being helped by Freshman Peyton Allen by Richard Croome, The Eagle

Arkansas trying to fix defensive woes from Arkansas News


Football News-January 20, 2015

For Gamecocks, Do Transfers equal Addition by Subtraction by David Caraviello, the Post and Courier

Breaking Down LSU QB Contenders for 2015 from Bleacher Report

Fifteen predictions for Tennessee Football in 2015 from 24/7 Sports

Gene Chizik: A Coach Just Has to Coach by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Alabama Roster Management Underway from Athlon Sports

Vols Say No to Recruiting Site UT Booster by Matt Slovin, The Tennessean

Three Takeaways From the Playoffs year One by Natalie Pierre, AL.com

Biggest Winners and Losing from Coaching Carousel by Pat Forde, Yahoo Sports

Big Ten Muscles Up to SEC by Jeff Gordon, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Texas A&M, Notre Dame Among Top Risers for 2015 by Steve Lassan, Fox Sports

Key Players Returning to School by Bill Bender, Sporting News

How Schools are Represented in the Super Bowl by Jerry Hinnen, CBS Sports


Basketball News-January 20, 2015

All the Future NBA Players in Alabama's House were Wearing Blue by Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com

Is SEC the Deepest it Has Been in a Decade? Bruce Pearl Thinks So by Patrick Ochs, Sun-Herald

Recruit Likes How Calipari is Using Big Men by Steve Jones, The Courier-Journal

Florida Basketball Still Confident After Ugly Loss by Antonya English, Tampa Bay Times

Georgia Likely to be Without Starter for More Games by Seth Emerson, the Ledger-Enquirer

McDonald's All-American is Still the Gold Standard in basketball Recruiting by Reid Forgrave, Fox Sports