SEC lunch links
May, 2, 2012
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Making the rounds on a Wednesday:
- The NFL Network guys debate whether former LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne should get some snaps on offense in the NFL.
- The SEC should feature a bevy of high-octane passers in 2012.
- South Carolina spent more than $535,000 to defend itself in its recent NCAA infractions case.
- Alabama coach Nick Saban explains what happened with recruit Justin Taylor, who wound up at Kentucky.
- Saban and other college coaches weigh in on the different playoff proposals.
- Friends and teammates recall Billy Neighbors as "something special."
- Tommy Tuberville's now off the hook at Auburn, and Gene Chizik is on the clock, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
- Brad Locke of The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal takes a look at the Mississippi State running back situation.
- Ten teams that may end the SEC's national championship streak.
- Will Muschamp is excited about the direction of the Florida program.
- David Harris of The Bryan Eagle deciphers Texas A&M's depth chart coming out of the spring.
- The St. Louis Sports Commission is exploring the possibility of creating a bowl game that would match opponents from the SEC and Big Ten.