1. Analysts responded to AJ McCarron’s claim that Alabama players had “entitlement” after being highly-ranked recruits.
2. Alabama has continued to make in-state prospects a priority even as its national reach has grown.
3. Auburn will play a Thursday night road game against Kansas State. That spells trouble for Auburn, writes Kevin Scarbinsky.
4. Has the recruiting media industry hit a bubble with fans? The CEO of one major outlet believes so.
5. What happens to the hats of schools not picked by recruits? John Talty is on the case.
6. Former Georgia tight end Ty Flournoy-Smith is headed to play at Alabama.
7. Tennessee director of football operations Brad Pendergrass announced he’s resigning his position.
8. Missouri WR Dorial Green-Beckham allowed police to search his cell phone a week after he was arrested.
9. The SEC is still No. 1 in recruiting as signing day is less than 24 hours away.
10. Arkansas has reinstated suspended players Alandise Harris and Michael Qualls.
11. LSU’s Johnny O’Bryant picked up SEC player of the week honors after a 52-point, 18-rebound week.
12. Ole Miss is looking to pick up some quality wins. A victory over Kentucky tonight would certainly help.
13. Kentucky is preparing for Marshall Henderson, who should put up plenty of shots in Rupp Arena.
14. Kentucky could try some zone defense. Assistant Orlando Antigua: “Uh, we’ve been working on it a lot. That’s all I’ll give you.”
15. Mississippi State is one of five SEC teams that are winless on the road this season.
16. Florida freshman Chris Walker will make his college debut tonight when the Gators host Missouri.
17. Missouri is preparing to take on a veteran team as it travels to Florida.
18. Vanderbilt will try to limit Tennessee’s Jordan McRae when the two teams play Wednesday night.
19. An economic expert from the Ed O’Bannon lawsuit doesn’t believe college athletes are employees.
20. Dennis Dodd looks at the one-sided pact known as the National Letter of Intent.
21. No. 1 Syracuse survived Monday night with a 61-55 win over Notre Dame.
22. It took three overtimes for Iowa State to beat Oklahoma State on Monday night.
23. The NCAA has cleared Washington and former assistant football coach Tosh Lupoi.
24. A record 111.5 million people watched the Super Bowl on Sunday.