SEC lunch links
September, 27, 2010
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
A little Monday linkage for your viewing pleasure:
- Georgia coach Mark Richt dismisses freshman linebacker Demetre Baker from the team following Baker's DUI arrest. Baker was the 10th Georgia football player arrested this year.
- Embattled Tennessee athletic director Mike Hamilton has the support of the people who count, writes Bryan Mullen of The Tennessean.
- SEC football officials experienced an offseason of soul-searching after all the controversial calls a year ago, writes Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News.
- Mississippi State's Dan Mullen finally gets the big play he was looking for, writes Rick Cleveland of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
- Florida running back Jeff Demps has an X-ray taken of his injured left foot, reports Joseph Goodman of The Miami Herald.
- Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt sees plenty of positives in the Rebels' 55-38 win against Fresno State, but is still concerned about the secondary.
- It's no time to rest for LSU running back Stevan Ridley after another milestone night.
- South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier isn't sure what the Gamecocks are going to do at quarterback the rest of the way.
- Top-ranked Alabama turns its attention toward Florida.
- Former Arkansas star running back Michael Smith said the Hogs must move on.
- Don't forget about Auburn quarterback Cameron Newton in all the Heisman Trophy talk.
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