1. No. 3 seed Florida is preparing for Northwestern State’s up-tempo style.
2. Florida must improve its late-game performances when games are tight.
3. Gators coach Billy Donovan is the Associated Press Coach of the Year in the SEC.
4. The media agreed with the coaches: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was the SEC’s best player this year.
5. Ole Miss hopes to have point guard Jarvis Summers back for Friday’s game against Wisconsin.
6. Rebels coach Andy Kennedy: “The Marshall Henderson show is like the tavelling circus.”
7. How big is the Henderson story? The New York Times wrote about “the Rebels’ loose cannon.”
8. Missouri coach Frank Haith saw a “tough” and “physical” team when he studied Colorado State.
9. The Colorado State- Missouri game will feature a battle between transfers.
10. Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin believes there’s a “lack of respect” for SEC basketball.
11. Kentucky is focusing on the present while facing plenty of questions about the future.
12. Ole Miss is looking for better play from its backup quarterbacks.
13. Scott Sallach is moving back to coaching tight ends at Mississippi State.
14. Mississippi State announced its spring schedule. Here it is.
15. Tennessee coach Butch Jones has made a good impression on senior defensive end Jacques Smith.
16. Here’s a look at Auburn’s offensive line as the Tigers prepare for spring practice.
17. LSU’s La’El Collins said his move from guard to left tackle feels “natural.”
18. Alabama coach Nick Saban described new O-line coach Mario Cristobal as a “really good” coach and recruiter.
19. Mark Stoops was “encouraged” after Kentucky’s first spring practice, which was admittedly “very sloppy.”
20. Which school has the team to watch this spring in the SEC, according to Barrett Sallee? It isn’t Alabama.
21. Could the Big Ten de-emphasize athletics? Commissioner Jim Delany believes so.
22. Here are some tips for you as you fill out your NCAA tournament bracket.
23. Florida is on a long list of teams that could win the NCAA tournament.
24. ESPN’s Ivan Maisel looks at the new college football coaches around the nation.
25. Two former Alabama football players “waived preliminary hearings,” which had been set for today.