1. Why the nation’s No. 1 recruit is creating a buzz - at Ole Miss.
2. Even after committing, recruits still feel pressure.
3. Want a sneak peak of Mississippi State’s new unis?
4. Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson on finding out the news that Bobby Petrino had been fired: The “one thing I really stressed was that it had already happened and that there were two things you can control in life, and that’s your attitude and your effort.”
5. Georgia running backs are forever in the shadow of Herschel Walker.
6. Tennessee is already watching film and getting ready for North Carolina State.
7. Where will the SEC and Big 12 play? “The Champions Bowl is on the clock to land a city.”
8. Lee Corso on college football playoffs: “There’s going to be complaining about the fifth team that doesn’t get in. The more controversy you have, the more the playoff will eventually grow to eight teams, 16 teams.”
9. “I’d just hate to see a day where we might play Florida, and whether you win or lose, you still go to the playoffs, no one thinks it’s that big of a deal,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said. “It is a big deal every game we play. I don’t want college football to lose that.”
10. R.I.P. former South Carolina coach Jim Carlen - dead at 79.
11. Why incentivizing fans to come to the stadium is a priority: “Regular-season attendance fell in eight of the country’s 11 major conferences in 2011, including the SEC and Big Ten.”
12. Former Tennessee basketball player Renaldo Woolridge – now at USC – still likes the Vols.
The NCAA and Penn State
13. Details on the penalties for Penn State.
14. Punishment from the Big Ten could be next.
15. “The N.C.A.A is 102 years old and this is the first time that something like this has happened.”
16. Players will be allowed an easier transfer process.
17. Dennis Dodd: The next decision at Penn State: Whether to play football at all for a period of years.
18. Pat Forde: ”As I’ve stated repeatedly, this is no place for the NCAA and its manual.”
19. John Pennington: ”This is 100% the wrong move by a governing body that so often makes the wrong move.”