I'm catching some baseball during the lunch hour, but there are still some links to go around in the SEC.
Here are some early lines for SEC games this fall.
South Carolina linebacker DeVonte Holloman was arrested and charged with driving under the influence.
Tommy Hicks of The Mobile Press-Register wonders what life would be like of the SEC dropped divisions in football like it will in basketball.
David Paschall of The Chattanooga Times-Free Press writes that Florida's Charlie Weis is the most intriguing offensive coordinator in the SEC.
Can Auburn's Mike Dyer and South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore sustain their freshman pace?
Tennessee senior defensive tackle Malik Jackson is among the upperclassmen trying to encourage Vols.
Judge denies youthful offender status for former Auburn player Shaun Kitchens.
Auburn's national championship rings finally arrive.
Florida players Chris Rainey and Moses Jenkins had their house broken into early Sunday morning. Rainey's BCS National Championship ring was stolen.
While the offseason is in full swing, Arkansas' players are getting a ton of work done off the field.