SEC lunch links
March, 30, 2011
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Scouring the SEC for what's making headlines:
- Auburn should worry if the former players' charges on HBO are true, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
- Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley has been named to a task force to determine whether the Fiesta Bowl will remain a part of the BCS system.
- Florida redshirt freshman running back Mack Brown is out for three months after breaking his fibula, leaving the Gators even thinner at running back.
- South Carolina starting point guard Bruce Ellington says he missed football too much to stay away.
- LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne is used to operating under the radar.
- Vanderbilt receivers Chris Boyd, Jordan Matthews and Jonathan Krause hope a new coach and new offense mean more opportunities.
- Arkansas freshman Brey Cook is learning on the job as one of the Hogs' first-team offensive tackles.
- Michael Williams is looking to distinguish himself as Alabama's next tight end.
- His knee on the mend, Tennessee linebacker Greg King is ready to go for it in 2011.
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