- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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Making the rounds on a Thursday:
Alabama's Barrett Jones is more than just a blocker.
Auburn's Gene Chizik still isn't ready to name a starting quarterback coming out of the Tigers' third scrimmage.
Tennessee junior college newcomer Cordarrelle Patterson is doing his best to get up to speed.
Former Georgia coach Jim Donnan is facing federal fraud charges.
Sophomore receiver Tobias Singleton leaves Ole Miss' team.
Georgia's Malcolm Mitchell is getting all of his scrimmage work on defense.
Arkansas senior defensive tackle D.D. Jones is the Hogs' vocal leader.
The big question at Florida is at receiver and not necessarily at quarterback, writes Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun.
Kentucky's young offensive line is leaning on the duo of Larry Warford and Matt Smith.
LSU's tight ends relish an expanded role in the Tigers' offense.
Former Washington defensive coordinator Nick Holt joins Arkansas' staff as the on-campus recruiting coordinator and replaces Jessica Dorrell, the female football staffer who was having an affair with former coach Bobby Petrino.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier says that running back Marcus Lattimore has demonstrated that he's ready to play.
Johnny Manziel made a meteoric rise to win the Texas A&M quarterback job.
Missouri's Kendial Lawrence has become a film junkie of former Alabama star running back Trent Richardson.
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