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2017 Schedule
10-3, 1st in SEC - West

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Illinois tight end Luke Ford announced his top five on Sunday. The No. 63 ranked prospect is now considering Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Illinois and Texas A&M. It isn't know yet if Ford will sign early on December 20, but these are the final schools he will consider.

3dAndrea Adelson

UCF RB Killins: Auburn in for 'rude awakening'

UCF running back Adrian Killins Jr. says the Knights will have a leg up on Auburn in the speed department because as a whole, SEC teams "don't have a lot of speed."

Malzahn acknowledges UCF's momentum ahead of Peach Bowl (1:12)
Legacy bigger than football for Carlson (3:55)
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6dAdam Rittenberg

2017 ESPN All-America team

Headlined by Heisman winner Baker Mayfield at QB and Butkus winner Roquan Smith at linebacker, here is ESPN's 2017 All-America team.

Who will have a bowl MVP performance? (0:57)
Best bowl matchups: What to watch for (3:49)
Teams most likely to get a bowl win (3:18)
Peach Bowl could determine Auburn's culture (2:20)
2017 SEC Football Awards announced (2:30)

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

The SEC awards have a distinctly Georgia feel to them this year. Kirby Smart, who took the Bulldogs to the playoff in his second season leading the program, takes home SEC Coach of the Year. Georgia LB Roquan Smith and Auburn RB Kerryon Johnson win Defensive and Offensive Player of the Year honors, respectively. And in maybe the easiest call of all, Georgia QB Jake Fromm gets the nod as Freshman of the Year in the conference.

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The plays that shaped the College Football Playoff

On the road to the College Football Playoff, one play can often determine a team's fate. A timely kick return here or a defensive stop there can be the difference between being in the top four and being on the outside looking in.

Fans display passion at SEC Championship (2:07)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Nick Saban is 39-4 against SEC teams over the last five years, and two of those four losses were to Gus Malzahn, who just agreed to a seven-year, $49 million deal to remain at Auburn. Malzahn is the only active head coach currently still coaching in the SEC that has beaten Saban.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Gus Malzahn has a new seven-year, $49 million deal at Auburn and told ESPN on Monday the Tigers' best days are ahead of them. "Our program is more stable than it's been in any of the eight years I've been here before," said Malzahn, who was wooed in recent days by Arkansas with a lucrative deal. "We've got talented players. We've got a very good staff, and it is set up for us to win championships. That's what is exciting for me."

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14dGerry Hamilton and Tom VanHaaren

Recruiting Insiders: Week 14 news

The season is over and the top-10 teams are gearing up for the early signing period. Here's who they're targeting.

Team Stats

Passing Yards225.868th
Rushing Yards228.222nd
Points For34.426th
Points Against17.310th