SEC lunch links
December, 3, 2012
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
Making the rounds on a Monday:
- Nick Saban and Brian Kelly size up each other's team.
- Saban says something isn't right when Georgia is left out of the BCS bowl equation.
- What Alabama needs is some rest, writes Cecil Hurt of the Tuscaloosa News.
- Georgia coach Mark Richt says the Bulldogs have to get over the heartbreak.
- Tennessee's coach search turns to Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy.
- Gundy is a popular name in a couple of different SEC coach searches.
- Florida faces a familiar foe in the Sugar Bowl -- Louisville coach Charlie Strong.
- Mississippi State is headed back to the Gator Bowl.
- Mark Stoops' arrival is a chance for Kentucky to show a commitment to football, writes John Clay of the Lexington Herald-Leader.
- LSU gets no respect in the bowl process, writes Scott Rabalais of the Baton Rouge Advocate.
- Missouri offensive coordinator David Yost steps down after 17 years on Gary Pinkel's staff.
- Texas A&M draws an old Big 12 foe in the Cotton Bowl.
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