Please Come to Hoover.
The list of SEC players attending SEC media days has been released. (al.com)
Hey Mr. T.J.
Pat Dooley profiles Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon. (The Gainesville Sun)
Philip Lutzenkirchen's legacy.
The family of the late Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen beginning to set up a foundation in his honor. Donations can be made online here, or at any Bank of America location. (al.com)
Missouri and Purdue will play a home at home series in 2017 and 2018. Mizzou will be the host team for the first game on the series, then travel to Purdue the following season. (Saturday Down South)
Brett Kaplan profiles Florida true freshman offensive lineman Travaris Dorsey who wears the no. 52. (Hail Florida Hail)
It's a trick - there's two of them.
Brett Kaplan profiles Florida linebacker Steven Stipe, who for some inexplicable reason also wears the no. 52. It's Florida, so I'm not going to ask. (Hail Florida Hail)
There's a possibility, but no chance.
For Whom the Cowbell Tolls wonders if ESPN College GameDay will ever pay a visit to the campus of Mississippi State. Don't hold your breath.
Hey Mr. C.J.
Lyndsey Gough profiles Kentucky defensive tackle Cory "C.J." Johnson. (Wildcat Blue Nation)
Check yourself before you wreck yourself.
Dawg Sports provides a simple guide to Georgia players on how not to get arrested. The most obvious solution: stay off motor scooters!
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