A check of what's making headlines in the SEC:
Georgia junior linebacker Rennie Curran mulls decision on whether to turn pro, writes David Hale of The Macon Telegraph.
A BCS trip may be lost, but LSU can still land an attractive postseason trip, writes Randy Rosetta of The Baton Rouge Advocate.
Freshman Bobby Massie is making a move in the Ole Miss offensive line at just the right time.
South Carolina defensive end Cliff Matthews will be a game-time decision Saturday against Florida. He dislocated his shoulder two weeks ago against Tennessee.
David Jones of Florida Today thinks the eye-gouging incident may have played a role in Florida linebacker Brandon Spikes not being among the finalists for the Lott Trophy, which recognizes on-field performance and personal character.
Vanderbilt is performing a delicate dance with the redshirt process, writes Bryan Mullen of The Tennessean.
Cowbells and penalties for the opponents go hand-in-hand at Mississippi State's Scott Field.
Alabama's Mark Ingram continues to excel despite a tough time for his family.
Columnist Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News writes that Auburn assistants Trooper Taylor and Gus Malzahn should steer clear of the Memphis head coaching job.