1. Alabama lineman D.J. Fluker will enter the NFL draft. Two more candidates for the Crimson Tide – running back Eddie Lacy and cornerback Dee Milliner – have yet to decide (but expected to follow).
2. Alabama right guard Anthony Steen says he’s staying for his senior year at Alabama.Chance Warmack: “He’s better than me.”
3. Georgia nose guard Kwame Geathers is turning pro. Third Bulldog to declare for the draft, joining linebackers Jarvis Jones and Alec Ogletree.
4. Departing Texas A&M lineman Luke Joeckel pens a letter to Aggie fans while signs point to fellow tackle Jake Matthews staying for his senior year.
5. Of the four players leaving Tennessee early, the decision by defensive lineman Darrington Sentimore provided the biggest surprise.
6. Our story from earlier today on LSU lineman Chris Faulk and the double-digit departures from LSU.
7. Former Colorado defensive coordinator Greg Brown will replace Jeremy Pruitt as the secondary coach at Alabama.
8. Former Mississippi State assistant David Turner is coming back to Starkville as the defensive line coach.
8. Deshea Townsend interviews for a spot on Dan Mullen’s staff.
9. New Georgia defensive line coach Chris Wilson goes from a 4-3 at Mississippi State to a 3-4 defense at Georgia. Wilson brings his son, Caleb, to Athens – a rising star in the high school class of 2015.
10. Former Auburn defensive coordinator Ted Roof is headed to Georgia Tech.
11. Former Mr. Football in Alabama, Clint Moseley, is leaving the Auburn football team. He plans to stay at school and graduate.
12. Two freshmen defensive backs who’ve never played at Kentucky have been dismissed from the team. Freshman quarterback Reese Phillips has enrolled in school.
14. With Kwame Geathers headed to the NFL, here are the next players up at nose tackle for Georgia.
15. Former Georgia Tech wide receiver Jeff Greene will transfer at the end of the spring semester- considering Arkansas.
16. Nine early-enrollees at Texas A&M.
17. Seven enroll early at Florida.
18. Surprises, disappointments and MVPs- a recap of the 2012 Ole Miss season.
19. Charter bus carrying home the University of Alabama cheerleaders involved in an accident.
20. All-time BCS rankings - four of the top 10 teams from the SEC. Different ranking here focusing just on champions places five of the top 10 of the BCS era from the SEC.
21. One theory on the dominance of the SEC goes back to the 19th century. ”The Civil War had crushed the ego of the South.”
22. Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby: :I don’t think there’s any question it would be better for college football if the national championship moved around a little bit.”
23. Auburn 68 – LSU 63. Auburn’s first win in an SEC opener in six years. LSU forward Johnny O’Bryant: “When they had the chance, they put the hammer down on us.” Video Highlights.
24. Ole Miss 92 – Tennessee 74. Rebels get a career-high 32 points from Marshall Henderson. Yells to crowd, “I’m getting 30!”. UT’s Jordan McRae: “That’s just something you have to take in and remember for the next game.” Video Highlights
26. Mississippi State 56 – South Carolina 54. Freshman guard Craig Sword leads the Bulldogs with 18 points. Video Highlights.
27. Florida 77 – Georgia 44. Gators hold an opponent under 50 points for the seventh time this season. Concern for Mark Fox? Video Highlights.
29. Missouri forward Laurence Bowers has a sprained MCL in his right knee. He’ll miss next two games against Ole Miss and Georgia and then reevaluated.
30. Kentucky travels to Vanderbilt tonight. Kentucky freshman Alex Poythress was Tennessee’s 2012 Class AAA Mr. Basketball.
31. John Calipari: “I don’t think there’s any clear-cut national championship winner.”
32. Bubble Watch looks at possible NCAA Tournament contenders
33. From a refridgerator magnet to a signed mini-helmet – the six essential Katherine Webb items you can find on eBay.
34. No more playing in bras and underwear for the LFL.