Making the rounds in the SEC:
One of Ole Miss' top commitments, receiver Tobias Singleton of Madison, Miss., faces felony malicious mischief charges and misdemeanor domestic violence charges. He's accused of punching his girlfriend.
Tennessee commitment Marlin Lane gives the Vols the speed they needed at running back, writes Jay Greeson of The Chattanooga Times Free Press.
Herschel Walker has no doubt he could still play in the NFL, but isn't seeking a return to pro football.
Former Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline gets community service on alcohol charges.
Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana News examines the Michigan myth concerning Les Miles.
What's next for former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy, who's trying to impress scouts at the Senior Bowl this week?
Former Florida safety Will Hill says his Twitter account was hacked.
Mike Bianchi of The Orlando Sentinel writes that Florida cornerback Janoris Jenkins is more of a bonehead than a pothead.