SEC lunch links
November, 1, 2012
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
Some linkage for you on a Thursday:
- Alabama will throw some different things at LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger, according to Tide cornerback Dee Milliner.
- The mother of top recruit Robert Nkemdiche says that Alabama is her No. 1 team.
- LSU's Les Miles would consider allowing Jordan Jefferson to speak to the team.
- LSU's players expect Tiger Stadium to come alive on Saturday.
- Auburn assistants Trooper Taylor and Curtis Luper won't say if they've been removed from the road recruiting.
- There's no division between Florida's offense and defense.
- Florida's Neiron Ball is rebounding quickly from life-threatening brain hemorrhage.
- Arkansas isn't getting as much help from its special teams this season.
- Tennessee's offense is looking to put even more points on the board.
- Challenges still confront Mississippi State's defense.
- Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers has cut down on his interceptions.
- Like every year, Missouri coach Gary Pinkel says the Tigers will re-evaluate their offense.
- Georgia freshman Jordan Jenkins has already made his mark.
- Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart says the football program is "not where we want it to be just yet."
- South Carolina finalizes its 2013 schedule.
- Texas A&M got its running game going against Auburn.