A look at how Jerry Jones and Jimmy Johnson teamed up to help lead the 1964 Arkansas Razorbacks football squad to its only undefeated season in history, long before they joined forces to win two Super Bowls with the NFL's Dallas Cowboys.
The University of Florida, featuring Joakim Noah, Al Horford, Corey Brewer, Taurean Green and Lee Humphrey wins back-to-back NCAA crowns.
Warren Morris hit the most famous home run in college baseball history - a two-run walkoff shot which won the national championship for the LSU Tigers in 1996.
Ruthie Bolton, a gold medalist, former Auburn basketball player and survivor of domestic abuse, becomes an advocate for women around the world who live in fear of their spouses.
The life of Missouri men's basketball coaching legend, Norm Stewart.
The odyssey of the late Alabama and Kansas City linebacker Derrick Thomas, seen through the eyes of a son he never knew. Thomas's hard-knock life was capped by induction into the College and Pro Football Halls of Fame.
Members of the Missouri football team band together after teammate Michael Sam tells them he's gay. The team's acceptance and commitment to each other helps fuel the Tigers' run to the SEC East Championship.
Rising young coaching star Robert "Bo" Rein is killed in a plane crash while on a recruiting trip in his new position as the LSU head football coach. Rein was also a standout collegiate baseball and football player at Ohio State.
The poisoning of Auburn's historic oaks at Toomer's Corner in January 2011 seemed to signal a change of fortunes for the previously successful football program. Then, the program turned things around during a magical 2013 season.
After a stellar career leading the Florida Gators, quarterback Danny Wuerffel was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in 1997. While there, he became involved in helping one of the poorest parts of the city, a cause he continues to support to this day.
Rafael Palmeiro and Will Clark, teammates for the 1985 Mississippi State Bulldogs, nearly propelled the team to a College World Series title.
When Dominique Wilkins chose the University of Georgia over local ACC schools, his hometown of Washington, North Carolina felt betrayed.
In 1990 Bernadette Locke was hired as assistant coach to the Kentucky Wildcats, only the second female assistant in Division 1 men's basketball history.
Former basketball great Shaquille O'Neal returns to LSU to visit Dale Brown, the coach who helped make it all possible.
Ole Miss defensive back Chucky Mullins and Vanderbilt running back Brad Gaines are brought together by tragedy.
The essence of one of the most competitive men in one of the most competitive football conferences in the country.
The Auburn careers of Charles Barkley, Bo Jackson and Frank Thomas.
Famous figures from SEC schools share their emotions and explain why they'll never forget where they came from.
The story of Sarah Patterson and Suzanne Yoculan, two women that are dominating college gymnastics, while creating one of the most heated rivalries in SEC history.
Exploring the personal and professional life of former NFL and Ole Miss quarterback Archie Manning and his family.
The journey of soccer star Abby Wambach.
The story of a 3-pointer that saved thousands of lives during the 2008 SEC Men's basketball tournament.
An in-depth look at the life and career of the SEC's first African-American starting quarterback, Condredge Holloway.
The story of the 7'1" Kentucky center and 1980 Olympian who was picked ahead of Michael Jordan in the 1984 NBA draft and unfairly labeled a bust in the pros.
The story of Sylvester Croom and his time before, during and after his role as head coach at Mississippi State.
Lolo Jones' story goes beyond the track and field community and consists of heartbreak, adversity and hope.
Exploring the rise, fall and rebirth of a legendary coach and a time when the state of Arkansas was at the epicenter of American culture.
A look back at the 1992 SEC Championship Game between Florida and Alabama.
Herschel Walker overcomes bullying for being overweight and having a severe stutter to become a college football star and win the 1982 Heisman Trophy.
Director Paul Carruthers looks back at the life of former Ole Miss basketball sensation Johnny Neumann and the decisions he made that shaped his life and career forever. Featuring interviews with Paul Finebaum, Woody Paige and Hubie Brown.