- Sam Khan Jr., ESPN Staff Writer
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Football season is getting closer and closer. Can you feel it? Wednesday's announcement of players who will be attending SEC media days -- which begins on Monday in Birmingham -- is just another sign of how close we really are to the start of college football. For more to whet the appetite, here are today's lunch links:
Speaking of SEC media days, the Columbia Daily Tribune compiled a list of how many Twitter followers each of the attendees have. No. 1 on the list is the group of Georgia players, led by Todd Gurley.
Want an inside look at how frenetic recruiting travel can be? AL.com reveals the flight records of Alabama's 24-year-old N1UA private plane to show the path required to achieve the nation's top recruiting class.
Georgia offensive lineman Jake Edwards appears to have torn his ACL.
The family of the late Philip Lutzenkirchen, the former Auburn tight end, is setting up a foundation to honor his memory.
New Florida offensive line coach Mike Summers is getting positive reviews from his former players.
Kentucky safety Mike Edwards, a member of the 2014 recruiting class, will have surgery and not enroll this semester at UK, but says he remains committed to the Wildcats.
TheState.com takes a look at South Carolina's five most important players for the Gamecocks this season, starting with No. 5, Shaq Roland.
The NFL Network's countdown of top 100 players in the NFL -- according to other NFL players -- has Tennessee alumnus Peyton Manning as No. 1 overall.
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