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.