Spanning the globe. Struggling Kentucky has an eye on Ole Miss, and looking at the LSU-Alabama game. ...
Who will quarterback Kentucky's stagnant offense, whether junior Morgan Newton or freshman Maxwell Smith, is a decision that won't be made early this week and perhaps not before the starting lineups are announced at Commonwealth Stadium.
As Ole Miss looks at struggling Kentucky as a way to right the ship, so too the Wildcats look at the Rebels in the same way. ...
From Tuscaloosa, a lack of focus? Alabama coach Nick Saban turned 60 on Monday and Crimson Tide players turned their thoughts away from Saturday's nationally anticipated matchup against LSU, if only for a moment, to give their coach a surprise birthday party.
The biggest media outlets from around the nation have claimed a spot at the table to cover the SEC's No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup.
From Baton Rouge, LSU coach Les Miles says it's not a normal week as the Tigers prepare for the Tide. He didn't offer specifics but said preparation will focus on the game plan more than it does in any other week.
The LSU-Alabama ticket is a tough one. The game is officially a sellout, but if you must get inside the gates you can find a ticket online for $2,500.