The CBS Sports college football staff breaks down the SEC ahead of the 2016 season
From best offensive player to most entertaining person, these are our thoughts on the SEC
Tennessee looks to prove its hype is deserved while Florida tries to overcome starting yet another new quarterback
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Missouri will be without its top receiving-touchdown threat from last season for at least six weeks. Junior receiver Nate Brown will be sidelined with a high-ankle sprain
State pride is on the line across the nation every season and these teams are the ones with the upper hand as 2016 kicks into gear
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Columbia (Mo.) Rock Bridge 2019 running back Nathaniel Peat landed his first offer from Missouri in July. The Tigers are making the local up-and-comer a priority early
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East St. Louis (Ill.) High Top247 receiver Jeff Thomas was all Alabama. For a couple years that's the school that was riding at the top of the list. Things have
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Missouri is in the driver's seat for Hammond (La.) High linebacker/defensive end Chris Turner. "I went up in July for their Night at the Zou event," Turner said. "I
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Saint Louis (Mo.) University receiver Tony Adams says he will announce his college decision Friday. The finalists are Missouri and Illinois. "It's not made up yet,
Tim Kaine, a Kansas native and Missouri graduate, wants the "Border War" to resume

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