SEC lunch links
April, 12, 2011
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Making the rounds in the SEC:
- Alabama coach Nick Saban and the guardian for Alabama signee Brent Calloway sound off on allegations surrounding Calloway's recruitment.
- Alabama's Trent Richardson takes on a leadership role as the Crimson Tide's No. 1 tailback.
- Ron Morris of The State newspaper writes that football is secondary for suspended quarterback Stephen Garcia and the priority for him and South Carolina is that he gets his life in order.
- Jonathan Rose might be a freshman, but he's going to get a chance to play next season in the Auburn secondary.
- Ole Miss' Randall Mackey fights through issues to the top of the Rebels' depth chart at quarterback.
- The status of Arkansas freshman receiver Quinta Funderburk remains unclear.
- Tennessee backup quarterback Matt Simms hasn't deviated from his leadership role with the Vols.
- Could Kentucky's Morgan Newton be the next Andre Woodson?
- Seven Georgia football players are the victims of theft in the Bulldogs' football complex.