Taking a look at what's making headlines in the SEC:
Florida knows all about getting it done in the fourth quarter, writes David Jones of Florida Today.
Carlos Dunlap's indiscretion could cost Florida a national title, writes Martin Fennelly of The Tampa Tribune.
The SEC coaches expect a close, low-scoring game between Florida and Alabama.
Alabama's Rolando McClain and Florida's Brandon Spikes are the centerpieces of two of the best defenses in the country.
Possible NCAA rules violations will have no impact on LSU coach Les Miles' employment, according to the LSU chancellor.
Georgia coach Mark Richt isn't talking about any potential staff changes and says instituting change doesn't always mean you change people.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is set to receive a one-year extension that will take his contract through the 2013 season.
Mississippi State is having early discussions about expanding Scott Field to the 60,000-65,000 range.