News and notes from around the conference.
We already know who's won each division and which one of those teams is the No. 1 seed. But that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of things left to watch during the final week of the season
It would be huge if it passed. It won't pass, though.
This one is very believable.
It's not as simple as it seems.
Make no mistake: the SEC ESPN Network is largely about making the water fountains at SEC headquarters pour pure gold. But what does it mean for the "other" sport that the SEC dominates?
It's a 50-50 split according to industry insiders.