It was too close to call.
1) Leaguewide coming-out party. There is a ton of talented newcomers. Seven of the top nine teams in the Rivals.com recruiting rankings last February were in the SEC, and a host of those five-star stud ducks are making their debuts this weekend.
The 2014 college football season awaits.
Let's review the league. As always, we'll list these in the order of our personal power ranking:
The SEC Network on Thursday night featured the 1980s Auburn athletic trio of Bo Jackson, Charles Barkley and Frank Thomas.
The countdown now can be measured in hours.
ESPN and Charter Communications announced an agreement Wednesday for the distribution of the SEC Network when the channel launches a week from today.
Vanderbilt went 9-4 for a second consecutive football season last year, with receivers Jordan Matthews and Jonathan Krause having a lot to do with that.
The most honest answer at Southeastern Conference media days earlier this month may have been provided by Texas A&M senior defensive back Deshazor Everett.
Fifth-year senior quarterback Dylan Thompson is confident he can continue the most successful stretch in South Carolina football history, but he wants to make one thing clear.
Missouri redshirt sophomore quarterback Maty Mauk is not viewed as a returning starter since he did not start half of the games last season.
There is a belief that Mississippi State linebacker Benardrick McKinney's success stems from his rather thin recruiting file.
Whether he wins or loses one-on-one battles in practice each day, Ole Miss redshirt junior defensive end C.J. Johnson knows he's getting better by the snap.