July, 19, 2013
By Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
SEC media days are over, but we still have some links to close out your week.
- Scheduling debate continued at SEC media days.
- Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun gives us his final impressions of SEC media days.
- Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron says people must be "out of their minds" if they think he dissed Johnny Manziel in any way.
- Alabama faced few questions about a possible three-peat at SEC media days, but maintained its process-driven focus.
- The lost year: Gus Malzahn, Houston Nutt and Mitch Mustain open up about their days together at Arkansas.
- Scott Rabalais of the Baton Rouge Advocate writes that Les Miles' antics help him fit in the SEC more and more.
- LSU's new offense is about simple changes.
- Georgia coach Mark Richt and his Bulldogs race to be ready for 2013.
- Tennessee picks up its 21st commitment with the pledge of offensive lineman Ray Raulerson.
- Missouri quarterback James Franklin is eager to show there's grit behind his grin.
- During a visit to Dallas, Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin jokes that the Aggies will be OK at quarterback.
- Texas A&M offensive tackle Jake Matthews ranks No. 7 on The Gainesville Sun's list of the SEC's top 25 players in 2013.
- Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart thinks the Vols representatives at SEC media days "did great down there."
- Mississippi State is going old school by putting its quarterback under center.
- Ole Miss announces a record year for donations.
- Arkansas coach Bret Bielema sees value in the state of Texas.
- Vanderbilt linebacker Chase Garnham joins the NCAA lawsuit.
- Kentucky defensive tackle Donte Rumph hopes the Wildcats will follow his lead.
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