Lunchtime links

Well, I hope everyone had a fun Cinco de Mayo. Heading into the weekend, we've got a special hangover addition of our lunch links.

  • I'm sure some of you were hurting this morning, so take time to make one of these banana hangover shakes as you read these end-of-the-week SEC links.

  • Kristi Dosh of The Business of College Sports takes a look at what some schools are showing as revenue for broadcasting rights (television, radio and internet).

  • SEC commissioner Mike Slive talks about the SEC's donation to the University of Alabama and the devastation last week's storms caused the state.

  • Alabama coach Nick Saban said the storm that swept through Tuscaloosa was the most devastating thing he's ever seen.

  • Crimson Tide long-snapper Carson Tinker has been released from the hospital after a wrist injury suffered in last week's storm in Tuscaloosa.

  • Tennessee offensive lineman Alex Bullard has received his hardship waiver from the NCAA and will be eligible to play this fall.

  • Heading into the NFL draft, there were questions surrounding former Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett, but none dealt with his arm strength.

  • Former Kentucky wide receiver Randall Cobb says the Green Bay Packers are a perfect fit for him.