SEC lunch links
August, 20, 2012
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
Happy Monday. Let's link our way around the league:
- A hectic week at LSU offers double talk and confusion, writes Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana News.
- Coaches' paranoia is on full display in the dwindling media access that's engulfed college football, writes Mike Bianchi of The Orlando Sentinel.
- Aaron Murray's final big hurdle at Georgia is winning the big games.
- Greg Robinson is ready to realize his potential on the left side of the Auburn offensive line.
- Don Kausler of The Birmingham News takes a look at Alabama Defense 101.
- Florida linebacker Jon Bostic has grown both physically and mentally.
- Mississippi State receivers coach Angelo Mirando resigns for what he says were unforeseen personal issues.
- Ole Miss freshman running backs I'Tavius Mathers and Jaylen Walton both had big scrimmages.
- Texas A&M freshman De'Vante Harris is zeroing in on a starting job at cornerback.
- South Carolina safety D.J. Swearinger earns his reputation as one of the SEC's fiercest hitters.
- Keeping quarterback James Franklin in one piece will be the key to Missouri's season.
- The father of Tennessee freshman running back Davante Bourque says his son left school because of "broken promises" and will enroll in Pearl River (Miss.) Community College.
- The Vols lose another tight end with Brendan Downs injuring his knee in last Friday's scrimmage.
- A 98-yard scoring drive in Saturday's scrimmage has Kentucky's offensive line pumped.