Some linkage for your viewing enjoyment on a Tuesday:
Charles Goldberg of The Birmingham News writes that the Auburn players are onboard with the new playbook as they exit the spring.
Former Auburn quarterback Barrett Trotter says it was his time to get out.
Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News writes that Auburn is better off without Michael Dyer.
Alabama's players end spring practice by getting their national championship rings.
Tennessee kicker Michael Palardy looks to have a more productive 2012 season.
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long weighs an interim coach in 2012 versus a full-time hire.
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin says not to pencil anybody in as the Aggies' starting quarterback yet.
Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo and defensive coordinator Todd Grantham break down the Bulldogs' spring.
Tennessee cuts 17 full-time positions in its consolidation of the men's and women's athletic departments.