Some really tough news for Arkansas and Knile Davis, who's out for the season with an ankle injury. Davis is an outstanding football player and a really swell guy. He's fought back every time in the past when he's had injuries, and he'll fight back from this one, too. Best of luck to you, Knile.
Now, for some links:
Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News wonders if SEC expansion could mean two Iron Bowls in the same year.
A groin injury sidelines Georgia freshman running back Isaiah Crowell.
Alex Bullard, a transfer from Notre Dame, is trying his hand just about everywhere this preseason on Tennessee's offensive line.
Mississippi State wouldn't mind taking a page out of Oregon's playbook when it comes to offensive tempo.
Ole Miss' trio of quarterbacks is making strides.
Shaq Wilson's return at linebacker is a boost for South Carolina.
Rachel George of The Orlando Sentinel takes a look at some stats Florida can be expected to improve on this season.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin joins his players in a little ice bath after practice.
Kentucky gets a commitment from defensive back Jacoby Glenn of Prichard, Ala. Glenn is ranked by ESPN as the No. 55 safety prospect in the country.
LSU's "freak" of a freshman, defensive tackle Anthony Johnson, is making his presence felt on the practice field.
Cris Carter clarifies his son's eligibility status at Alabama. Duron Carter is still waiting on grades for two of his summer school classes to be added to his transcript, and the elder Carter is hopeful that everything will be cleared up by the end of next week.
Auburn's Gene Chizik is balancing preparation and preservation.