KNOXVILLE — Some of the SEC's better teams have gone to Auburn and avoided falling into the Tigers' trap this season.
The Georgia Lady Bulldogs are seeded ninth at this week's Southeastern Conference tournament in the Atlanta suburb of Duluth.
The Tennessee Volunteers should be able to ensure an NCAA basketball tournament invitation by winning tonight at Auburn and again Saturday against visiting Missouri.
Conference basketball tournaments often give coaches the opportunity to preach about clean slates and forgetting about the past.
Kentucky began this college basketball season ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press poll.
The Southeastern Conference began this week with half of its men's basketball teams owning 7-7 league records.
The Southeastern Conference does not have a deep pool of NCAA tournament candidates in men's basketball, but it does have the team at the top.
Vicky Hood didn't always imagine her son Rodney starring for the Duke Blue Devils. There was a time when the family was completely focused on the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Mocs.
A week ago tonight, his Volunteers having just lost to visiting Florida, Tennessee basketball coach Cuonzo Martin said of the Gators, "Probably the best Florida team since I've been here. As a team, I would put them ... similar to the Kentucky team with Anthony Davis."
Former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam's decision to declare publicly that he's gay was met with support Monday from within the Southeastern Conference.
That's a wrap, and a convincing one.
Big Catch: The Crimson Tide went into multiple states to collect elite talent, whether it was quarterback David Cornwell from Oklahoma or tackle Cameron Robinson from Louisiana, but the topper came Wednesday when Alabama stayed within its borders to snag linebacker Rashaan Evans of Auburn High School.
Eight Southeastern Conference basketball teams have attempted to defeat Florida this season, and eight have failed.
With one week remaining until college football's national signing day, there is still time for a surprise decision or two among the nation's top prep prospects.