The SEC lunch links today have become SEC afternoon links. That is, unless you eat a late lunch:
Police return some of the shoes they confiscated to suspended LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson.
LSU's Zach Mettenberger wants to be ready if the Tigers need him.
Mississippi State loses a game the it should have won, writes Rick Cleveland of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Fixing Georgia will require more than a few Mark Richt "tweaks," writes Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Kentucky coach Joker Phillips expects a lively crowd Saturday for the Louisville game.
South Carolina might be ranked No. 11, but the Gamecocks are still struggling, according to Steve Spurrier.
Tennessee's ground game improves, but the Vols are still looking for a consistent second option.
Florida wants to turn up the pressure on Tyler Bray and the Vols' passing game.
Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino said there's a good chance running back Dennis Johnson will play against Troy this weekend after missing the first two games with a hamstring injury.
Third-down defense has been a problem for Auburn.
Vanderbilt's 2-0 start is fueled by turnovers.