Lunchtime links: Green still the man for Dogs
September, 17, 2009
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A glimpse of what's making headlines around the SEC:
- Despite a lot of extra attention this season by defenses, Georgia receiver A.J. Green is the fire that leads the Bulldogs' offense, writes David Hale of The Macon Telegraph.
- Rick Bozich of The Louisville Courier-Journal writes that Bobby Petrino shares part of the blame for Louisville's decline.
- George Diaz of The Orlando Sentinel writes that everybody's hating on Lane Kiffin because they're jealous.
- Dropped passes in the first two games don't deter Florida's Deonte Thompson, nor do they deter Tim Tebow's confidence in Thompson.
- Tennessee receiver Gerald Jones denies that he and quarterback Jonathan Crompton got into a spat following the Vols' 19-15 loss to UCLA.
- Auburn coach Gene Chizik might be satisfied with being 2-0, but he's not necessarily satisfied with the way the Tigers are playing.
- Mississippi State will stick with the two-quarterback system of Tyson Lee and Chris Relf against Vanderbilt.
- Quarterback Stephen Garcia and the South Carolina offense still have a few kinks to work out, but there's definitely been progress.