SEC lunch links
November, 8, 2012
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
Our Thursday stroll around the league:
- Top prospect Robert Nkemdiche decommits from Clemson, according to his high school coach. Ole Miss is pushing hard for Nkemdiche, who will visit Oxford this weekend.
- Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze is unhappy with the local reporting on election demonstrations at Ole Miss.
- Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze thinks Georgia will have more defensive players drafted than anybody the Rebels have faced this season, which includes Alabama.
- Ole Miss looks to revive its struggling running game.
- Auburn is using a security management company to enforce curfew for players who live off campus.
- With increased trust from the coaches, Alabama's AJ McCarron has more freedom to audible.
- Texas A&M's speed-it-up offense has Alabama on guard.
- Mississippi State's defense is looking for more tackles for loss.
- Is Tommy Tuberville a tempting candidate at Arkansas?
- Sal Sunseri, Tennessee's embattled defensive coordinator, says he's faced adversity before and will battle through it.
- Vanderbilt's James Franklin isn't talking about any job inquiries that might be coming his way.
- The actual attendance (scanned tickets) was just under 19,000 for Kentucky's game against Vanderbilt.
- Experience has helped boost Florida's secondary this season.
- LSU's bowl possibilities are numerous.
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