1. Twice next season Georgia could face opposing quarterbacks kicked off its team.
2. 28-year old former major league baseball player Jai Miller has enrolled at Alabama and will be eligibile for spring workouts. He’s listed as a defensive back.
3. Group of nine early enrollees at Alabama includes three quarterbacks.
4. Eight early enrollees at Florida include running back Kelvin Taylor, son of former Gator Fred Taylor.
5. The quarterback situation at Missouri – unusually uncertain. Will feature plenty of competition this spring.
6. Little QB uncertainty at Florida with Jeff Driskel returning. Former Gator Jacoby Brissett expected to transfer to either West Virginia or North Carolina State.
7. Seven members of Tennessee’s signing class of 2012 are no longer with the program.
8. Know the name Vincent Smith? That’s the Michigan player on the other end of the legendary Jadeveon Clowney collision. Says the hit looked worse than it was.
9. Top game of the 2012 season? How about Texas A&M’s upset win at Alabama.
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10. South Carolina wide receiver Ace Sanders took to Twitter last night to say he’s going pro. Size raises questions about his chances in early rounds of draft.
11. Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd’s thank you to Gator Nation.
12. A record 74 underclassmen have declared for the NFL draft. That list includes 33 players from the SEC. Mel Kiper’s mock draft has Texas A&M’s Luke Joeckel and Damontre Moore as the top two picks.
13. New Mississippi State cornerbacks coach Deshea Townsend will be the second-highest paid position coach on staff at $250,000. Salary pool for MSU assistants could rise by as much as 10 percent.
14. A big reason why Geoff Collins was promoted to defensive coordinator at MSU - defensive production dropped in seven of the eight major NCAA statistical categories last season.
15. Check out James Franklin’s business card.
16. Why Auburn coach Gus Malzahn should go to bat for an early signing period in college football.
17. “Malzahn was arguably the winter’s most obvious hire.”
18. Fifteen BCS-conference schools have hired a new head coach this offseason. Stewart Mandel grades them.
Update: Another head coach needed? Oregon’s Chip Kelly to the Philadelphia Eagles?
19. Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski: “This is an assault on tradition.”
20. See our earlier story with comments from Texas A.D. Deloss Dodds.
21. Alabama at Mississippi State. Alabama guard Trevor Releford turned an ankle in practice Monday. The team’s leading scorer called “doubtful” for tonight by coach Anthony Grant. With Mississippi State banged up and shorthanded, staff, assistants, even coach Rick Ray have practiced this season.
22. Auburn at Arkansas. Auburn guard Josh Wallace on playing at Bud Walton Arena: “They have a great home atmosphere, but there’s nothing like crushing up a home crowd.” Razorbacks coach Mike Anderson looks to find some scoring beyond BJ Young and Marshawn Powell.
23. South Carolina at LSU. Gamecocks still trying to learn Frank Martin’s aggressive man-to-man defense. Depth an issue at LSU, especially with Johnny O’Bryant battling a lingering ankle sprain.
24. Georgia at Missouri. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope accounts for 28.4 percent of Georgia’s scoring – only Bulldog to average double-figures. Tigers discovering life isn’t easy without leading scorer Laurence Bowers - need someone to fill the offensive void.
25. Raising some questions about the future of Georgia coach Mark Fox.
26. Florida travels to Texas A&M Thursday. Gators are third-best in the conference in rebound margin.
27. John Calipari on the physical play last night between Kentucky and Tennessee: “This is a man’s game and this is a man’s league we play in.”
28. Tennessee sophomore Jarnell Stokes played just 15 minutes last night against Kentucky – had more fouls than points.
29. Sports Illustrated’s Andy Glockner: “I’d expect Kentucky to scrape through enough SEC games to make it into the eventual Field of 68, but its margin for error isn’t great.”
30. Katherine Webb will cover the Super Bowl for Inside Edition.
31. Brent Musberger, the man who helped launch Webb’s career, on ESPN’s apology for his comments: ”Individuals say what individuals say. And corporations do what corporations do.”
33. The NCAA will meet and vote on reducing the size of its rulebook.