- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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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.
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