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1. Alabama's front seven on defense could be as good as it's ever been, says West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen.

2. Don't discount the importance of Terry Saban, Alabama coach Nick Saban's wife.

3. The injury to Auburn defensive end Carl Lawson means someone else will have to step up in his place.

4. LSU expects to sell a school-record 73,000-plus season tickets for the upcoming year.

5. What does Will Muschamp need to do to keep his job? Barrett Sallee takes a look.

6. Dante Fowler Jr. could help Muschamp's defense. Fowler is the SEC's best defensive end, writes Chris Low.

7. Las Vegas appears to like Alabama and Auburn while it looks like Missouri and Texas A&M are regressing.

8. Texas A&M is preparing for life without Johnny Manziel after all.

9. Hutson Mason is ready for life as the starting quarterback at Georgia.

10. South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is getting older and better, writes Mark Wiedmer.

11. Athlon Sports asked several media members to help rank the 14 SEC stadiums. LSU is No. 1. Check out the full results.

12. Stanford tight end Davis Dudchock tweeted that he's transferring to play at Vanderbilt.

O'Bannon v. NCAA

13. Steve Berkowitz recaps the sixth day of the trial.

14. The NCAA held former Vanderbilt linebacker Chase Garnham's tweets against him on Monday.

15. The NCAA fumbled its cross-examination on Monday, writes Andy Staples.

16. NCAA president Mark Emmert will testify in the trial on Thursday.

SEC Basketball

17. Missouri will face Oklahoma State this season. They'll square off on Dec. 30.

18. Several Tennessee newcomers made their debut in a local summer league on Monday.

Extra

19. Former LSU guard Anthony Hickey will be eligible to play immediately at Oklahoma State next season.

20. Stewart Mandel looks at the 10 most anticipated nonconference college football games this season.

21. Big Ten president Jim Delany says the NCAA's enforcement division is "overmatched."

22. Attorneys for Aaron Hernandez asked a judge to throw out one of Hernandez's murder cases.