Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A stroll around the league to see what's making headlines:
Asked by fans on his weekly radio show about making changes, Georgia's Mark Richt stands by his staff and says the Bulldogs aren't bailing out on this season.
There's a lot of blame to go around on the missed call last week in the Houston-Mississippi State game, writes Rick Cleveland of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
With Alabama's Jerrell Harris set to return this week from his suspension, he and Nico Johnson will battle for the starting part at "Will" linebacker.
Ellis Johnson, South Carolina's assistant head coach for the defense, looks forward to his return to Alabama, where he won a national championship in 1992 as a member of Gene Stallings' staff.
With Mike Hartline out, Kentucky coach Rich Brooks will make a choice between junior Will Fidler and true freshman Morgan Newton this week as his starting quarterback.
Auburn senior defensive end Antonio Coleman has been next to invisible the last two games on the stat sheet.
Vanderbilt running back Jermaine Doster has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules.
Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt hasn't lost his confidence in Jevan Snead, but says backups Nathan Stanley or Billy Tapp could see action this week against UAB.
LSU picks a bad time to announce its offensive coaches' raises, writes Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana Newspapers.