SEC lunch links
November, 30, 2011
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Making the rounds on a Wednesday:
- Sometimes the right coach for the job is already on the job, writes Mike Herndon of The Mobile Press-Register.
- Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution points out that there's a slight chance LSU could wind up in a non-BCS bowl.
- It's all about the rings for LSU's football team.
- Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen denies a report that he's close to a deal to become Penn State's next coach.
- Louisiana-Lafayette coach Mark Hudspeth withdraws his name from the Ole Miss head coaching search.
- Former Tennessee running back Tauren Poole calls his last few years with the Vols "dysfunctional."
- Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee is reportedly in talks with Florida Atlantic about the Owls' head coaching job.
- Auburn needs a quarterback like Jameis Winston, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
- John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader ranks the performances of the SEC head coaches this season.
- Vanderbilt coach James Franklin's best wins have come off the field, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
- Georgia freshman running back Isaiah Crowell is likely to play Saturday against LSU.
- With the news that Josh Shaw and Lynden Trail are leaving Florida, that means 11 players have left the Gators' program since April.