We take an afternoon look at what's making headlines in the SEC:
Alabama coach Nick Saban says running back Mark Ingram will practice Monday, but will be limited after suffering a hip pointer last week against Auburn.
Randy Rosetta of The Baton Rouge Advocate writes that 9-3 should be good enough for LSU fans.
Jeff Schultz of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says Georgia coach Mark Richt should end the speculation and make a quick decision on the fate of defensive coordinator Willie Martinez.
Joe Person of The State newspaper wonders if the young Carolina is the "New Carolina?"
John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader wonders if Kentucky's succession plan is still guaranteed to succeed.
Houston Nutt and Ole Miss look to regroup after ending the regular season with a disappointing 41-27 loss to Mississippi State.
Tennessee senior quarterback Jonathan Crompton shakes off the early interception and plays his best in the clutch in the Vols' overtime win over Kentucky.
Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News wonders why the Iron Bowl struggle last week didn't drop Alabama in the polls like it did Auburn in 2004.