SEC lunch links
January, 23, 2013
By Chris Low | ESPN.com
Making the rounds in the SEC:
- Former Florida assistant Aubrey Hill will be charged by the NCAA with unethical conduct, while Alabama offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland might avoid tough penalties because of his cooperation with the NCAA in the Nevin Shapiro case, according to a report in The Palm Beach Post.
- Texas A&M will hire Indiana defensive tackles coach Mark Hagen to coach the Aggies' linebackers, reports GigEm247.com
- Former LSU quarterback JaMarcus Russell is attempting a comeback.
- Top safety prospect Priest Willis will choose between LSU and UCLA.
- Mississippi State gets a commitment from receiver De'Runnya Wilson of Birmingham, Ala.
- The Bulldogs are trying to hold onto their top commitment, ESPN150 defensive end Chris Jones.
- Senquez Golson will not play baseball this spring for Ole Miss, and instead focus on football.
- Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is giving Anthony Alford a second chance after Alford found trouble at Southern Miss.
- Don't look for the Clemson-Georgia game to open the 2013 season to be moved to Labor Day.
- Arkansas' nine assistant coaches will make a combined $3 million, the most ever by one staff at the school.