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Latest SEC Items
Quick: Name the league with the nation's best crop of quarterbacks this season.
Kentucky will likely be without leading rusher Derrick Locke for Saturday's game against No. 10 South Carolina.
Trent Johnson has experienced two totally different seasons since taking over the LSU basketball program.
Fans heading to Southeastern Conference football games are hitting the ATM on the way and bringing their credit cards too.
The SEC West teams are lined up in almost perfect marching order. No. 7 Auburn, No. 8 Alabama, No. 9 LSU and then only slightly out of step, No. 12 Arkansas.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier's not quite sure what his 10th-ranked Gamecocks will do next.
There will be new a No. 1 team in the country. The Heisman Trophy race got a shake-up, too.
Stephen Garcia threw three touchdown passes and Marcus Lattimore had two clinching TD runs as No. 19 South Carolina stunned No. 1 Alabama 35-21 on Saturday.
After an emotional loss to top-ranked Alabama followed by a bye week, Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino was curious to see how his team would react.