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HOOVER, Ala. — Though he was the last coach to step to the podium at Southeastern Conference media days on Tuesday, Steve Spurrier qui

According to most NFL draft experts, Georgia’s A.J. Green is the top pro prospect in the SEC and the top receiving prospect in the nation for the 2011 draft. Right now, though, Green, who spent the first four games in the NCAA doghouse, is not even the baddest wideout in the SEC East.

In today’s Southeastern Conference, losses are followed by message-board meltdowns.

Six in row for Gators

Vols valiant but Florida wins 31-17

KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee football team clearly showed improvement Saturday afternoon, but the Volunteers still have a long way to go.

Q-and-A with UT tight end

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — So Alabama breezed through its first two games by a collective score of 72-6, rebuilt defense and all.

Evans awaits fate after DUI

UGA president Adams faces tough choice after athletic director arrested

Whenever the University of Georgia has a football game in Sanford Stadium, athletic director Damon Evans provides a public service announcement on the video screen supporting the state's Zero Tolerance program regarding drinking and driving.

Alabama and Georgia State have agreed to move their 2010 football game from Nov. 20 to Thursday, Nov. 18.

The future of Damon Evans as University of Georgia athletic director is in the hands of school president Michael Adams after Evans was arrested Wednesday night in Atlanta and charged with driving under the influence.

KNOXVILLE -- Highly regarded punter Matt Darr signed scholarship papers with the University of Tennessee on Wednesday and is eligible to play immediately for the Volunteers.

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