It's your Friday version of SEC links:
North Carolina will be without 12 players, including six starters, in Saturday's Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game matchup with LSU.
Freshman running back Marcus Lattimore makes the difference for South Carolina, writes Gene Sapakoff of The Charleston Post and Courier.
An arrest warrant was issued for Georgia freshman Alec Ogletree on a charge of misdemeanor theft. He's accused of taking a motorcycle scooter helmet valued at $35.
With Georgia's arrest total about to hit nine players since March, the blame falls on coach Mark Richt, writes Jeff Schultz of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The SEC says potential cowbell penalties at Mississippi State will be determined at the end of the season and not each week.
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen says Chris Relf will start at quarterback for the Bulldogs and Robert Elliott at tailback.
Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline hopes to go from game manager to game changer.
Tennessee-Martin defensive end Josh Cody is the son of former Tennessee star quarterback Tony Robinson, who's fallen on hard times off the field.
Alabama's offense aims to establish itself as the best in school history. The 1973 Tide offense is generally considered the measuring stick.
Florida's Jeff Demps has visions of many happy returns on special teams for the Gators.
Ole Miss must fill void left by senior defensive end Kentrell Lockett's absence.