- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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A look at what's shaking in the SEC:
Arkansas coach John L. Smith isn't concerned about fans calling for his job.
LSU running back Alfred Blue is out for the Auburn game and likely several more weeks with a knee injury.
LSU's football team works through the bomb threat that was called in on Monday.
Joker Phillips' luck hasn't been the best, writes Mark Story of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
Tennessee looks to youngsters in its struggling secondary now that Brian Randolph is lost for the season.
Austyn Carta-Samuels moves in as Vanderbilt's No. 1 quarterback on the depth chart.
The SEC West's lack of strength doesn't bode well for another Alabama-LSU rematch in the BCS title game, writes Mark McCarter of The Huntsville Times.
How good is South Carolina? Brad Senkiw of The Anderson Independent-Mail writes that it's hard to tell.
Don't expect Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease to hold back on Kentucky.
Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel inspires comparisons to Tim Tebow.
Mississippi State is winning the turnover battle.
Ole Miss is moving freshman Trae Elston into the starting lineup with Charles Sawyer moving to cornerback.
Georgia's Josh Dawson, once a Vanderbilt commitment, will be ready to take on the Commodores.
Alabama hasn't had three consecutive shutouts since 1966.
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