- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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A check of what's making news in the SEC:
Missouri quarterback James Franklin says his ailing shoulder has hurt his confidence.
Auburn quarterback Kiehl Frazier is feeling the pressure.
A Q&A with Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long, who says he's committed to John L. Smith as the Hogs' coach through this season.
Alabama commitment D.J. Johnson faces house arrest if he posts bond in his rape case.
Archie Manning likes what he sees in Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron.
Georgia senior receiver Marlon Brown hopes to shine in his final game against Tennessee.
Kentucky's Maxwell Smith is ready to play with a separated shoulder.
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is eager to see how his no-huddle attack fares against Alabama.
Mississippi State safety Nickoe Whitley feels like he's all the way back from his torn Achilles.
Texas A&M is looking to do a major renovation to Kyle Field.
Spencer Ware is the latest LSU running back to get on a tear.
Work ethic is paying off for South Carolina defensive end Chaz Sutton.
The State newspaper's Ron Morris, who's drawn the ire of South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier, writes that it's not easy being a coach or a columnist.
LSU will provide a true test for Jeff Driskel and the Florida offense.
A check of what's making news in the SEC: Missouri quarterback James Franklin says his ailing shoulder has hurt his confidence. Auburn quarterback Kiehl Frazier is feeling the pressure.