Weekly Walk Around The SEC

Dec 3, 2011; Atlanta, GA, USA; Detail view of the SEC logo before the 2011 SEC championship game between the LSU Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

From SB Nation

Not that Alabama or the SEC needs any help with recruiting. But after the 2013 NFL draft, in which both the SEC East (32) and West (31) individually had more draft choices than any other conference, it’s sure to be on its way.

 

From Sporting News

Wait, what is this? Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel and Alabama QB AJ McCarron are friends? Surely they haven’t forgotten about this epic SEC clash last season, the one that nearly nipped Alabama’s championship hopes.

 

From Bleacher Report

It is no secret that Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel has a lot of work to do to become a better quarterback. The Gators finished last year ranked 118th in the country in passing yards, and the coaching staff is resorting to bizarre tactics to try to motivate Driskel and the other QBs.

 

From the Huntsville Times

Auburn has turned to one of its favorite sons to drum up support for the upcoming football season.

On Monday, some Auburn fans received a phone call. The voice on the other side was none other than Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton The former Auburn quarterback is apparently part of a campaign to help sell season tickets and boost excitement for the 2013 football season, the first under coach Gus Malzahn.

 

From Saturday Blitz

Everything is bigger in Texas.

Except, ironically enough, for college football stadiums.

Michigan Stadium still reigns as the nation’s stadium with the greatest capacity at 109,901.

Texas A&M won’t quite top that mark, but it will reportedly crack the 100,000-capacity mark. Texas’ Darrell K. Royal Stadium already exceeds the mark with a capacity of 100,119.

Topics: Alabama Crimson Tide, Football, Tennessee Volunteers

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