The more things change, the more things stay the same.
Brandon Marcello takes a look at the evolution of SEC Media Days, and how the constant amongst the yearly event's continued growth is it's location, the Hyatt Regency Birmingham - The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Al. (al.com)
Tears Are Falling.
The police officer that cited Nick Marshall with possession of marijuana describes the Auburn starting quarterback as being "teary-eyed" and "very regretful." (al.com)
The Best Man in the World.
Pat Dooley names Georgia tailback Todd Gurley as the top player in the SEC. (The Gainesville Sun. And yes, the heading for this item does come from the Ann Wilson song from The Golden Child soundtrack.)
All the Richt Moves.
Mike Weiszer looks at how the death of former Georgia safety Paul Oliver prompted Bulldog head coach Mark Richt to do more to help former players with the creation of The Paul Oliver Network. (The Athens Banner Herald)
Malcolm in the Middle.
Brad Crawford profiles Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell. (Saturday Down South)
If I die before I wake, feed Jake.
Brad Crawford profiles Florida tight end Jake McGee. (Saturday Down South)
There's a possibility, but no chance.
Andrew Hall looks at Kentucky's chances of getting out of the SEC cellar in Mark Stoops' second year as Wildcat head coach. (Dude You Crazy)
What are words for when no one listens anymore?
Alex Walsh looks at what words are said the most by SEC coaches during SEC Media Days. (al.com)
A tradition unlike any other.
For Whom the Cowbell Tolls once again tries to discern which Riverchase Galleria Mall food court restaurant would be patroned by which SEC Coach during SEC Media Days in Hoover, Al. Most believable: Mark Richt eating at a Chick-fil-A.
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