SEC lunch links
July, 6, 2012
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Our Friday stroll around the league:
- Tommy Hicks of The Mobile Press-Register ranks Ole Miss' SEC schedule the toughest in 2012 and Vanderbilt's the easiest.
- Former Georgia tailback Isaiah Crowell chooses to transfer to Alabama State over the junior college route.
- Michael Myers' winding road leads him back to Hinds Community College.
- Mississippi State tight end Marcus Green is granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA.
- Kentucky must find regular success against the "Benchmark Four," writes Mark Story of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
- Arkansas running back Knile Davis comes in at No. 11 on The Gainesville Sun's countdown of the SEC's top 25 players for the 2012 season.
- Heralded defensive end signee Jonathan Bullard is close to being cleared to enroll at Florida, reports Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun.
- Auburn is building on another nationally-ranked signing class, writes Doug Segrest of The Birmingham News.
- The NCAA rules that former Auburn tailback Michael Dyer will have to sit out this season at Arkansas State.
- New Texas A&M athletic director Eric Hyman is in no hurry to make decisions.