July, 5, 2011
By Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
We are back from the Fourth and here with some SEC links as you return to the real world.
- Former Tennessee running back David Oku was arrested on a domestic assault charge.
- Salaries for assistant coaches in the SEC are soaring.
- The number of SEC coaches who have won at least 100 games at SEC schools could climb from 13 to 16 by the end of the season.
- After transferring to Auburn from Florida this spring, running back Mike Blakely should know soon whether he will be playing this fall.
- Vanderbilt is making recruiting waves under new coach James Franklin.
- Chip Towers of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution breaks down Georgia's tight end position.
- Former Georgia athletic director Damon Evans isn't talking about the past and is focusing on his future.
- Tight end Michael McFarland becomes the sixth Florida transfer of the Will Muschamp era.
- Ole Miss incoming wide receiver Tobias Singleton has returned home and is awaiting the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse to rule on his eligibility.