Lunchtime links: 'Nobody looking other way'
July, 19, 2010
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
With the start of SEC media days bearing down on us, here's some of what's happening around the league:
- If South Carolina tight end Weslye Saunders or any player on the team has had improper dealings with an agent, Steve Spurrier says, "We're not going to look the other way like possibly Southern California did."
- Tommy Hicks of The Mobile Press-Register writes that fans better get ready for a fine whine at SEC media days.
- Is Vanderbilt's Bobby Johnson being let off the hook because he's a "good guy?" Bob McClellan in his Sports in the 615 column thinks so.
- Receiver Donte Moncrief, one of the top prospects in the state of Mississippi, has committed to Ole Miss for the 2011 class. Moncrief is rated as the country's No. 49 receiver prospect by ESPN.
- Rich Brooks might be retired, but he still has Kentucky on his mind.
- Georgia picks up two more verbal commitments for the 2011 class, including offensive tackle Zach DeBell of Tarpon Springs, Fla.
- LSU has suspended starting fullback Dominique Allen for violating team rules.