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SEC Has Wild Card Teams

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Athlon, one of the better preseason magazine producers, has its list of 10 wild card teams for 2015. All are from the Power 5, and the SEC has three of them.

Everett Golson Visited Florida Today

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Andy Staples of SI first reported, and was later backed up by Bruce Feldman and Joe Schad, that former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson visited Florida today. The Gators have only two viable quarterbacks, the questionably effective Treon Harris (who has two off-field strikes against him already) and redshirt freshman Will Grier. Golson would allow Jim McElwain to give those two more time to develop, but he wouldn't be the piece that puts UF over the top into the SEC Championship Game or anything.

Examining Michael White's LA Tech Tenure

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Alligator Army got in touch with Mid Major Madness, who broke down how the Gators' new head coach's previous head coaching job went.

Texas A&M Found a Third Quarterback

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Over the weekend, the Aggies added a third scholarship quarterback via a JUCO transfer. Jake Hubenak enters the QB competition against incumbent starter Kyle Allen and freshman 5-star Kyler Murray.

LA Tech's Michael White Reportedly Florida's Leading Candidate

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According to Pat Forde, Louisiana Tech's Michael White "has emerged as the leading candidate" to replace Billy Donovan at Florida. Who is that and what does that mean? Andy at Alligator Army has you covered.

Ole Miss Is Deploying Head Trauma Tracking Technology

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You can't manage what you can't measure, so it's encouraging to see attempts at getting accurate measures of the head trauma that football players take. Hopefully this sort of thing will spread and help make the game safer for everyone.

Most Underrated Recruiting Class? Try 2011 Mississippi State

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There's a good case to be made that Mississippi State's 2011 recruiting class was one of the most underrated ever.

Hearing Set For LSU Lawsuit Against John Chavis

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LSU and John Chavis are suing each other over the way he left Baton Rouge. LSU says he owes money for breaking his contract early, while Chavis says that he didn't break it early and that LSU did things to void it anyway. The news here is that LSU's lawsuit will get a hearing in late June.

Great Breakdown of Arkansas's Passing Game

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Ian Boyd did a great job breaking down Arkansas's passing game, getting into some Xs and Os, and talking about the adjustments that would make the Hogs' offense unstoppable.

Jeff Long Interview With ESPN

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The selection committee chair spoke about the playoff and how conferences are structured.