Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Some SEC linkage to sink your teeth into on a Tuesday:
Tim Tebow is feeling better, and Florida coach Urban Meyer is optimistic that Tebow will be able to play Oct. 10 against LSU.
Ryan Baker's mom knew who made the game-saving stop against Mississippi State, writes Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana Newspapers.
South Carolina is playing better than it did a year ago on its offensive line, but first-year coach Eric Wolford continues to tinker with combinations.
Columnist Jeff Schultz of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that Georgia Tech will be a better team than Georgia by season's end.
Vanderbilt's raw receivers need to grow up, writes Jeff Lockridge of The Tennessean.
Despite some shaky play along the offensive line in the loss to South Carolina, Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt isn't planning any personnel changes.
Through four games, Georgia's offensive line has yet to live up to its billing as one of the best in the SEC.
Alabama's defense adjusts to life without Dont'a Hightower, writes Chase Goodbread of The Tuscaloosa News.