A little SEC linkage for your viewing pleasure on a Wednesday:
Cam Newton's 54-yard touchdown run in the first game against South Carolina changed everything for Auburn.
Newton's the man, but mum's the word in Auburn, writes Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Joe Kines, a veteran SEC coach at several different stops, shares his story with the Huntsville FCA chapter. His daughter, Susan Kines Langston, was killed in an automobile accident this past summer.
Georgia adds Florida Atlantic to its 2012 schedule and will pay the Owls $1 million for the visit.
Steve Spurrier's gamble has paid off, writes Travis Haney of The Charleston Post and Courier.
Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart says he's not going to Kansas and is at Kentucky for the long haul.
Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt says he will crack down on discipline. Leading receiver Melvin Harris was the Rebels' fifth player suspended this past season after he was arrested on DUI charges the morning after the LSU loss.
North Texas introduces former Florida defensive line coach Dan McCarney as its new head coach.
It looks like the Cotton Bowl is out of play for Arkansas. Texas A&M has already accepted a bid, and the two teams played there this year during the regular season.
LSU may be pointing toward the Cotton Bowl, writes Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana News.