SEC Football Spring Game Blitz

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News from every SEC football spring game all in one place.

Roll Bama Roll

What a beautiful day for football yesterday.

Arkansas Expats

A record crowd of 51,000+ came to see the Hogs take the field for the first Red-White Game of the Bielema era.

College and Magnolia

Some quick reactions from Auburn's A-Day game.

Alligator Army

There wasn't too much to get excited about during Florida's spring "game", but freshmen Kelvin Taylor and Demarcus Robinson each looked good.

Dawg Sports

Another G-Day Game has come and gone, and folks...I could not be more anxious for the Fall to arrive!

A Sea of Blue

Bear with my attempt to describe what happened. Currently my fandom is overflowing and if you want to read of that blue-fest, you are definitely in the right place.

And the Valley Shook

Another spring game in the books and…

Mississippi State

Despite a solid day from starting quarterback Tyler Russell and some unexpected (and slightly illegal) assistance from former Bulldog Anthony Dixon, the White Team wasn't able to hold off a furious second-half surge by the Maroon squad here at Mississippi State's annual Maroon-White Spring Game.

Rock M Nation

We'll have extended thoughts about what we saw yesterday throughout both the week and the rest of the offseason (in the Walkthroughs series). And we'll have a piece on the quarterbacks coming up either later today or tomorrow. For now, though, here are a few initial reactions from Saturday's 2013 Missouri Black & Gold game.

Garnet and Black Attack

The South Carolina football team held its annual spring game on a pleasant day at Williams-Brice Stadium.

Rocky Top Talk

There were a lot of reasons to come away from the spring game on Saturday hopeful for the future of Tennessee football.

Good Bull Hunting

Well, it isn't a Saturday in the fall. But, it was a big football day for Texas A&M as 45,000+ showed up to watch Johnny Heisman and thousands more at home on ESPN. Let's do a quick post-game recap to get practice for the fall. Only 20 weekends away!

Anchor of Gold

James Franklin added two more recruits to Vanderbilt's Class of 2014 this weekend. DE/TE Lloyd Tubman (Louisville, KY) and drop-back QB Elijah Staley (Marietta, GA) both gave the Commodores their verbal commitments on Saturday.

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