A little Monday linkage for your viewing pleasure:
It's a fresh start in Auburn's offensive line with three first-time starters.
A pair of Tennessee freshmen, linebacker LaTroy Lewis and kicker George Bullock, are out for the season after sustaining injuries over the weekend.
Vanderbilt's Javon Marshall moves to strong safety and is ready to hit.
Freshman experience helped LSU's Ronald Martin.
Alfred Blue is making his move with injuries mounting in LSU's backfield.
South Carolina releases its depth chart for the Vanderbilt game.
South Carolina backup running back Brandon Wilds is out for two to three weeks with an ankle injury.
Cecil Hurt of The Tuscaloosa News says not to read too much into Alabama's depth chart.
Florida senior running back Mike Gillislee gives the Gators an inside running game.
The drumbeats of doom are getting louder around Kentucky football, writes John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
Texas A&M isn't concerned with its long-shot status.
Nasty weather and slow ticket sales could plague Texas A&M's opener.
Georgia is looking for answers on its offensive line.
Dillon Day settles in as Mississippi State's starting center.
Breaking down Arkansas' linebackers.
E.J. Epperson's move to defensive end is paying off for Ole Miss.