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.