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Breaking down the SEC

Mississippi State has the returning star QB. Arkansas has the punishing RB. And Georgia has the stud pass rusher. We analyze the strengths and weaknesses of all 14 teams in the SEC.

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SEC to mull graduate transfers, satellite camps

The Southeastern Conference's agenda for spring meetings leans heavily toward ensuring that other leagues don't have any competitive advantage, either from satellite camps or graduate transfers.

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Strong and weak: Oklahoma Sooners

Oklahoma has a strong group of running backs, but needs help in the defensive secondary.

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Adelson: How a realigned ACC could look

In order to create balance in the ACC, ESPN.com took a crack at reshuffling the Atlantic and Coastal divisions. But creating harmony in the conference could mean separating Clemson and Florida State.

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Key 2014 moments that will impact 2015

The suspension of Georgia's Todd Gurley and the ankle injury suffered by Ohio State's J.T. Barrett opened the door for Nick Chubb and Cardale Jones to become stars.


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SEC doesn't want to cede recruiting edge

Coaches have grumbled about outside coaches like Penn State's James Franklin and Michigan's Jim Harbaugh holding football camps as guest coaches in the SEC's recruiting territory. Topics at SEC meetings

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