Some Monday linkage for your viewing pleasure:
Former Alabama linebacker Eryk Anders is making hits in mixed martial arts.
Former Georgia safety Terreal Bierria begins trial on Monday and is accused of killing his childhood best friend in a bloody fight over drugs.
The Big Ten's Jim Delany needs to get over his SEC obsession, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
College football isn't done yet with realignment, writes Tommy Hicks of The Mobile Press-Register.
The 2013 signing class for Georgia will be one of the Bulldogs' larger ones, as they have room to back-count some players.
Mike Strange of The Knoxville News-Sentinel wonders who will be the top-ranked college football coaches in 2022.
The three Arkansas players that were arrested and charged with felony residential burglary are released from jail on bond.
Auburn receiver Trovon Reed is arrested and charged with failing to appear in court in his hometown of Thibodaux, La.
Will Muschamp leads the revival of Florida football.
Former Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline is trying to make the most of his time learning under Tom Brady.
What will become of the Kansas-Missouri rivalry when the games end?