1. Missouri vs Arkansas State at Busch Stadium in St. Louis? It could happen in 2015.
2. Former Mizzou lineman A.J. Ricker is coming back to Columbia. The Illinois assistant will fill the offensive line coaching vacancy left by Bruce Walker’s departure.
3. Georgia freshman offensive lineman Jake Edwards will reportedly undergo knee surgery and redshirt this fall. Believed to have torn both ACL and LCL. Seven other Georgia players have undergone ACL surgeries since the summer of 2013.
4. Kentucky signee Mike Edwards will have shoulder surgery – will not enroll this fall.
5. Who are the players/coaches this fall that SEC fans love to hate?
6. Projecting the starters along the Texas A&M defensive line and the players to keep an eye on.
7. If a plane Alabama uses for recruiting is in the air, chances are Nick Saban is on it. It logged 66 trips between December 2 and February 1. Saban was on board for 53.
8. Will Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon be in the Heisman picture when the season ends?
9. Did you know? Auburn coach Gus Malzhan has never been associated with a football team that’s won less than eight games in a season.
10. Is this the year J.T. Surratt emerges as a star along the South Carolina defensive line?
11. New Florida offensive line coach Mike Summers spent seven years under Bobby Petrino.
12. Here’s a list of all players who will be attending SEC Media Days in Hoover. List includes four of the six returning starters at quarterback.
13. SEC Media Days are next week. Here are some questions that are expected to be asked.
14. Bet the over AND the under on Arkansas football?
15, With 19 players on it, the SEC dominates the Outland Trophy watch list. Here’s the Nagurski Trophy watch list.
16. Expect Armani Moore to play a bigger role for Tennessee this year.
17. Survey of more than 300 schools: More than 40 percent of universities have conducted no investigations of alleged sexual assaults over the last five years.
18. Should athletes get scholarships for life?
19. LeBron James heading back to Cleveland?
20. New England Patriots don’t want to turn over psychological profile of former tight end Aaron Hernandez.