Lunchtime links: Hogs' Miller breaks collarbone
August, 21, 2009
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Browsing the SEC headlines:
- Arkansas' depth at receiver takes a hit as Lucas Miller goes down with a broken collarbone and will be out for four to six weeks.
- Tennessee's athletic department isn't opposed to recruiting intermediaries, but knows to be wary. The Vols are still waiting to hear a final ruling from the NCAA on how many games freshman Bryce Brown might have to miss.
- Georgia starting center Ben Jones goes down with an ankle injury, and it's unclear when he will return.
- Suspended Florida linebacker Dustin Doe has his legal issues resolved and could be returning to the team soon.
- The SEC reverses its ban on social media sites. Fans can now tweet from games.
- Kentucky receiver Randall Cobb says he'll be ready for the opener. Cobb went to see a specialist for the back spasms that have kept him out of practice this week.
- He might not be the starter, but LSU remains confident in backup quarterback Jarrett Lee. LSU coach Les Miles says he's gotten so much better that it's "unbelievable."
- Alonzo Winfield has been the answer for South Carolina at its hybrid Spur safety position.