Making the rounds in the SEC:
The Murrays, the newest royal family of Georgia football, are believers, writes Steve Hummer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Defensive lineman Chris Mayes of Griffin, Ga., becomes Georgia's 16th verbal commitment for the 2011 class. ESPN rates the 6-5, 300-pound Mayes as the No. 23 defensive tackle prospect in the country.
Depth problems aren't going away for Tennessee and first-year coach Derek Dooley.
Alabama's Chance Warmack follows Mike Johnson's model at left guard.
Southern Miss coach Larry Fedora backs off his bold prediction that the Golden Eagles are going to beat South Carolina, writes Travis Haney of The Charleston Post and Courier.
Ole Miss should benefit from a soft schedule, writes Rick Cleveland of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Florida's Will Hill is ready to step into a starting role in the Gators' secondary.
Kentucky freshman cornerback Jerrell Priester has big goals and may end up playing a big role for the Wildcats this season.