Friday, April 26, 2013

Morning Six Pack: April 26, 2013

Here we go, tossin’ out six college football stories (like mullets on the beach) from around SEC Country.

SEC has record 12 first-round picks

Alabama had a profound impact on another NFL draft when cornerback Dee Milliner, guard Chance Warmack and tackle D.J. Fluker were the ninth, 10th and 11th selections in Thursday night's first round.

.Eddie Lacy, Jesse Williams among top 10 best remaining players heading into day 2 of NFL draft

Names like Eddie Lacy, Mant'i Teo and Geno Smith were considered potential first-day picks, but still remain.

SEC stars rule Day 1 of draft

SEC stars were hot commodities at the draft, and the bigger, the better.'s five burning questions answered

Auburn's quarterback competition will continue through the summer, but a few more spots -- and position groups -- appear have found their footing following their first spring under coach Gus Malzahn.

New e-mails show NCAA concern over use of athlete video-game images

Ed O'Bannon plaintiffs say Electronic Arts and Collegiate Licensing Company misled the public and college athletes about the length EA went to model video game avatars after real players.


Bear Bryant produced 13 first-round picks in his 25 seasons at Alabama. After tonight's latest NFL Draft dominance, Nick Saban has 14 first-rounders in six seasons.

Alabama's production of NFL first-round picks continued to reach historical milestones. Tonight, the Crimson Tide became the first team to produce three straight picks in the first round.

Over the past five years, Alabama has 14 first-round picks. In college football history, only the vaunted Miami teams of a decade ago produced more first-round picks over a five-year period than Alabama's current run.

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