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Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Lunchtime links: Are Tuberville and Fulmer next?
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Making our daily rounds in the SEC:
Tony Barnhart of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wonders if
Tommy Tuberville and Phillip Fulmer are the next to go
after Tommy Bowden, but Barnhart warns Auburn and Tennessee fans to be careful what they wish for.
Vanderbilt may bring in a
little different running game
to test Georgia's defense, which ranks fourth nationally in rushing defense.
Richard Murphy may get a longer look
in the "Wild Tiger," LSU's version of the direct-snap offense that so many teams are using now.
Mississippi State and Jackson State will meet
in a ground-breaking game next fall, reports Kyle Veazey of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Vanderbilt officials say they're
not losing Bobby Johnson to anybody
and are ready to fight off all potential suitors ... including Clemson.
Tennessee's running game has gone south
in a hurry in a year in which running back depth and the Vols' offensive line were supposed to be strengths.