- New SEC football rules still leave options on kickoffs, reports David Paschall of Chattanooga Times Free Press.
- Life begins anew in the SEC, reports Ivan Maisel of espn.com.
- SEC Media Days make up the theater of the absurd, writes Lars Anderson of SI.com.
- With Mark Richt’s job secure, Georgia is dreaming big, reports Brett McMurphy of CBSSports.com.
- Tennessee not trying to make history, and other notes from SEC Football Media Days, by Ethan Bernal of the Montgomery Advertiser.
- Ex-Auburn running back Michael Dyer says he is staying at Arkansas State, reports Joel Erickson of the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.
- Former Tennessee tight end pleads guilty in theft, reports Mike Strange of the Knoxville News-Sentinel.
- Georgia’s Richard Samuel is showing a first-team approach, reports Chip Towers of the AJC.
- Arkansas moves forward as Bobby Petrino apologizes, reports Robbie Neiswanger of the Arkansas News.
- Wide receiver Duron Carter is leaving Alabama, reports Edward Aschoff of espn.com.
SEC: Media Days madness and those new kickoff rules