SEC lunchtime links: Gators face grueling offseason
May, 7, 2009
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Taking a stroll around the SEC:
- The Gators won't have time to breathe in what Florida coach Urban Meyer says will be the most intensive, grueling offseason program ever at Florida.
- Ole Miss defensive tackle Jerrell Powe undergoes wrist surgery, but should be back in time for the start of preseason practice.
- The victim in a rape case involving Daniel Hood supports Tennessee's decision to give a scholarship to Hood, who was convicted as a juvenile on charges of aggravated rape and kidnapping.
- Terry Wood of the Northwest Arkansas Times writes that former Arkansas offensive lineman Brandon Burlsworth is still inspiring 10 years after his death.
- Former Tennessee quarterback B.J. Coleman signs with Tennessee-Chattanooga on Thursday and will be eligible to play right away since he's transferring down to an FCS school.