With all the news and notes out of Gainesville from fellow SEC blogger Chris Low, here are some links from other schools around the league to munch on.
Alabama might not know who its starting quarterback is, but it's found its quarterback on defense.
Blake Sims could contribute for the Tide as both a third quarterback and a running back this fall.
Aged receiver DeAngelo Benton is putting his injury-plagued career behind him and believes he's finally ready to contribute at Auburn.
Freshmen Erique Florence and Corey Grant are looking to make the most of their experiences at Auburn.
Linebacker Alonzo Highsmith is getting a lot of early attention and a lot of chances to impress in practice.
Isaiah Crowell's eagerness to learn and improve at practice has impressed the Georgia coaches thus far.
Winning the fourth quarter has become a priority for the Bulldogs during preseason camp.
John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader writes that Joker Phillips is rebuilding with more impressive and aggressive recruiting.
Kentucky defensive back Glenn Faulkner has clearance for takeoff with the Wildcats.
LSU defensive end Sam Montgomery is healthier and wiser now that he's back on the field for the Tigers after a knee injury cut his 2010 season short.
Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt downplays the use of the 4-2-5 formation on defense.
Quarterback Tyler Russell is looking shed his one-dimensional game by becoming a better runner at Mississippi State.
Bruce Ellington is making the transition from basketball star to wide receiver at South Carolina.
Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray is ready to start over after a painful ending to his freshman season.
Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews had an interesting way of improving his hands: he used a pitching machine.