Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Making the rounds in the SEC:
Steve Spurrier is upbeat about his future at South Carolina and says he's not thinking about walking away, writes Travis Haney of The Charleston Post and Courier.
Alabama's defense is looking forward to getting another shot at Dan Mullen's offense, writes Gentry Estes of The Mobile Press-Register.
Two of the best running backs in the SEC will meet head-on Saturday in Starkville, writes Kyle Veazey of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
When Bobby Johnson talks, the SEC should listen, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
It's still wait and see for Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline, who might be able to play this weekend after missing the last four games with a knee injury.
Troy coach Larry Blakeney strongly denies telling a radio show host this summer that his team would beat Arkansas.
The Ole Miss chancellor has asked the band to quit playing a song at home games where fans chant "the South will rise again" at the end of the song.
Florida defensive lineman Justin Trattou has toughed it out for the Gators despite a painful detached biceps tendon.
Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana Newspapers wonders if this is finally Keiland Williams' time at tailback.