Alabama may have the top linebacker tandem in the SEC this upcoming season, with the athletic Shaun Dion Hamilton and Rashaan Evans roaming the field.
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LSU's Arden Key and Christian LaCouture promise to be tough to block this fall, and a few other SEC duos look to be almost as strong.
Alabama has an All-American receiver who could be a first-round draft choice. The receiving corps of some other SEC teams have strength in numbers.
One player in a great backfield duo makes the other stronger. Here's a look at the best backfield duos (or trios) in the SEC.
Our SEC reporters select the prime games involving the league's teams in each week during the month of November.
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Here's a look at the best games involving SEC teams in each week during the month of September.
Edward Aschoff believes that a particular Georgia offensive lineman is the current Bulldog most likely to don a headset when his playing days come to a close.
Whether it's lockdown corners, bookend offensive tackles or a thunder-lightning running back pair, here are college football's best combos.
Minkah Fitzpatrick is expected to reach the number as the star Alabama defensive back picked off six passes in 2016.
LSU's Arden Key is the SEC's leading returner in sacks after posting 12 a year ago; double-digit hopefuls include Lorenzo Carter and Da'Shawn Hand.
Is Mecole Hardman a wide receiver, cornerback or returner? How about all three, which could make him a huge asset for the Bulldogs this season.
A pair of Kentucky Wildcats reached triple figures in tackles last season -- and both are back this year. Can they do it again?
The nine returning SEC players that broke the 1,000-yard mark in '16 are candidates to do it again, along with several others, including an Alabama RB.
While Drew Lock and Austin Allen are expected to achieve the feat again in 2017, the likes of Jacob Eason and Shea Patterson could make a leap.
Alabama returns most of its secondary from last year, led by arguably the country's most versatile defensive back -- Minkah Fitzpatrick.
Even with its loss of talent from a year ago, Alabama remains loaded on the defensive line with LSU strong as well.
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Georgia landed ESPN 300 offensive lineman Warren Ericson on Friday. The in-state lineman, ranked No. 217 overall, is the first ESPN 300 commitment for the Dawgs in the 2018 class and gives the staff four total commitments.
To avoid cementing the SEC's reputation as a QB wasteland, its coaches must get production from a 2017 group loaded with playmakers and experience.
LSU's Derrius Guice and Georgia's Nick Chubb lead a group of SEC running backs that has scouts intrigued to say the least.