SEC lunch links
October, 25, 2012
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
Spanning the SEC football globe:
- The stakes elevate what was already a fierce rivalry between Florida and Georgia, writes Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun.
- Georgia fullback Alexander Ogletree tweets about rushing the field after the Bulldogs' first touchdown.
- Georgia safety Shawn Williams stays true to himself with his comments.
- Tennessee defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri sees improvement despite the losses.
- Is South Carolina or Tennessee a better coaching job?
- Auburn running backs coach Curtis Luper has no problem with Tre Mason calling for the ball.
- Freshman receiver Amari Cooper is becoming a go-to target for Alabama in the passing game.
- Texas A&M coordinators Kliff Kingsbury and Mark Snyder talk about the matchup with Auburn.
- David Climer wonders if Saturday's game at South Carolina is the beginning of the end for Tennessee's Derek Dooley.
- Arkansas' Terrell Williams takes on a leadership role at linebacker.
- Ole Miss freshman defensive tackle Issac Gross may be undersized, but he hasn't been under-productive for the Rebels.
- The SEC's top rusher, Mississippi State's LaDarius Perkins, takes his shot against the nation's No. 1 defense.
- A win over Alabama would be a great step forward for Mississippi State's program.
- LSU's Les Miles will enjoy another night at home, but he'll be paying close attention.
- SEC defenses have put the brakes on Missouri's offense.
- Kentucky's running backs are pushing each other to get better.