The Capital One Bowl chose Georgia over Texas A&M and Heisman winner Johnny Manziel, in part because of the bowl's relationship with the SEC. The Capital One Bowl CEO says he has no regrets over the decision. ...more
One of Georgia's best players, linebacker Jarvis Jones, is sitting out against Kentucky with an ankle injury, which isn't expected to be a long-term problem. Jones is one of the SEC's best players, though the Bulldogs should be fine against the Wildcats, who are winless in conference play. ...more
Steve Spurrier had South Carolina dominating like his 90s Florida teams in a 35-7 rout of Georgia, taking a firm hold on the national title picture in the process. Georgia got exposed, but South Carolina got exposed, too -- as better than expected. ...more
South Carolina conducted a walk-through Friday afternoon to prepare for a huge matchup with Georgia on Saturday night. South Carolina's stout run defense must find a way to thwart Georgia's potent rushing attack. ...more
Southeastern Conference officials are meeting this week and next in part to discuss scheduling for 2013 and beyond.
Florida president Bernie Machen says finalizing future schedules is crucial as the league makes a transition from 12 to 14 teams that hasn*t always been easy. Machen also says Orange Bowl deal with Big Ten/SEC is "close" to being finalized. ...more
Tennessee had a chance to redirect the Derek Dooley era with a big SEC road win, but instead the Vols lost their 14th conference game under Dooley, who took over in 2010. Georgia is still in the national title hunt after an erratic but gutsy performance. ...more
Two key defenders return from suspension for the Bulldogs, who hope to limit Tennessee's big-play offensive attack. Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray is hoping for a different story in his quest for the Vols' first SEC win of the season. ...more