SEC lunch links
December, 18, 2012
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
Checking on what's making news in the SEC:
- Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel adds the Associated Press Player of the Year Award to his collection.
- Former Auburn coach Gene Chizik and his wife, Jonna, gave a special gift to a young girl battling a brain tumor.
- Nick Saban says he doesn't think it would be fair for him to leave Alabama for another coaching job.
- Saban recruits coaches to Alabama as well as he does players, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
- Georgia's Malcolm Mitchell is conflicted about his role as a "two-way player."
- LSU hopes to find a balance in its running and passing games.
- Missouri freshman safety Ka'ra Stewart was arrested Monday on suspicion of marijuana possession.
- Ole Miss is using caution with quarterback Bo Wallace's shoulder injury.
- Mississippi State feeds off of Josh Robinson's energy.
- Former Arkansas defensive coordinator Paul Haynes reportedly lands the Kent State head-coaching job.
- Joker Phillips won't coach the Florida receivers during bowl practices and the bowl game.