- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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Our daily check of what's shaking in the SEC:
Georgia safety Shawn Williams says the Bulldogs are playing "too soft" on defense.
The Florida game is big for Georgia, but is even bigger for Mark Richt, writes Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Florida's football team has a motto: FNB (Florida Never Breaks).
It's too late for Tennessee coach Derek Dooley to get tough with quarterback Tyler Bray, writes John Adams of The Knoxville News-Sentinel.
LSU is passing more this season, but not better.
Mississippi State's LaDarius Perkins is running past the doubters.
Alabama's AJ McCarron might be Heisman worthy, but it's still too early, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
Former Auburn coach Pat Dye refuses to discuss the state of affairs at Auburn on his weekly appearance on the Paul Finebaum Radio Show.
Auburn's Tre Mason wants more carries with the game on the line.
Arkansas is looking to keep its momentum going Saturday against Ole Miss.
Ole Miss and Arkansas both get extra prep time to prepare for their matchup this weekend.
The decision on whether to keep Kentucky coach Joker Phillips next season should come down to whether the Wildcats' decision-makers think the team will win next season, writes Mark Story of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin and the Commodores aren't taking any win for granted.
It's been a frustrating season for Missouri freshman receiver Dorial Green-Beckham.
All of South Carolina's deficiencies were on display in the loss to Florida.
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