SEC links for Thursday:
Auburn’s golden eagle dies after 30 years from complications after cataract surgery.
College football recruiters want you and you and you and you and you.
Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin will be the most scrutinized assistant coach ever.
Offense is nearly non-existent at the College World Series, thanks to cavernous TD Ameritrade Stadium.
Vanderbilt nears first men’s national title as Commodores are 2-0 at the College World Series.
Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray roots on his brother on “Bachelorette” television show.
Fans can’t expect college coaches to bleed team colors forever.
Rebuilding the roots of Missouri hoops.
Benardrick McKinney of Mississippi State is the SEC’s best returning linebacker.
Alabama quarterback commit Blake Barnett talks about his commitment to the Tide. He’s a four-star prospect from Corona, California.
South Carolina basketball coach Frank Martin enjoys increased attendance numbers, aims for more.
Tennessee’s Willie Carmichael is growing into his role as a 6-foot-8 rebounder.
A freshman tight end at Georgia decides that football isn’t for him.
LSU is now Defensive Line University.
On the basketball side, LSU goes for defense with Eric Musselman hire.
Cincinnati reportedly in discussions with Alabama and other SEC teams about football games.
Photo of Auburn mascot by Columbus Ledger-Enquirer/McClatchy.
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