DESTIN, Fla. — Auburn is the SEC football champions. That's a fact. But the league coaches are thinking about the 2014 season and big issues and, yes, playing golf here in sunny Florida.
All are part of the SEC spring meetings going on this week.
We're focusing on the SEC issues of the day, and Auburn's opponents for 2014.
We'll update the list as stories are added...
The BIG headline
•It's a record payout, talk of a super Division IV for Auburn and the SEC
•They discussed it, the slow-it-down guys, but it's full speed ahead for Gus Malzahn and Auburn
•Keep your shirt on, Bruce Pearl has a plan for Auburn
The big football picture
•The SEC doesn't much like the idea, but the league and Auburn are preparing for early signing period in football
•Auburn knew the way to the BCS title game, but now there's a new playoff...and talk of an early football signing day
•There's a push for autonomy in SEC and other power conferences, says Auburn AD Jay Jacobs
Auburn's 2014 football opponents
SEC Game 1: It's nothing personal: Arkansas opens at Auburn
SEC Game 2: Playing likes of Auburn gives SEC edge in strength of schedule (you know, SOS), says LSU's Les Miles
SEC Game 3: Dual-threat: Mississippi State likes Dak Presscott. Auburn likes Nick Marshall
SEC Game 4: Coach, golfer Steve Spurrier and South Carolina ready to tee it up with Auburn again
SEC Game 5: Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze, and Gus Malzahn, want to set the pace
SEC Game 6: Where will the road take Texas A&M in the post-Johnny Manziel Era?
SEC Game 7: Could Auburn-Georgia be moved to earlier in the season on future schedules?
SEC Game 8: Losing to Auburn was like losing a playoff game, says Nick Saban
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