Lunchtime links: Why fret over Gray?
April, 28, 2010
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
A check of what's making headlines around the SEC:
- Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that fretting over Logan Gray is much ado about not much.
- Former Florida tight end Aaron Hernandez refutes the Boston Globe story that he failed multiple drug tests when he was in college.
- South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier takes the rivalry with Clemson's Dabo Swinney to the golf course.
- For the first time, Auburn's Tiger Prowl crosses state lines over into Columbus, Ga.
- Alabama's schedule issues remain unsolved, although SEC commissioner Mike Slive said the league hasn't given up on trying to "do what we can" for the 2010 season.
- The new NCAA president is Mark Emmert, an old friend of Nick Saban's, writes Gentry Estes of The Mobile Press-Register.
- Former Tennessee player and heralded recruit Nu'Keese Richardson tries to rebuild his college football career at Hampton.
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