Lunchtime links: Vols' controversies mounting
December, 10, 2009
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Some SEC links to munch on:
- With the NCAA now poking around into Tennessee's use of recruiting hostesses, the Vols' controversies have hit a crescendo, writes Bryan Mullen of The Tennessean.
- One of the Byrnes, S.C., players who was visited by the Tennessee recruiting hostesses at his game said they didn't influence his decision to commit to the Vols.
- Ray Melick of The Birmingham News writes that maybe Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin has it all figured out.
- John Adams of The Knoxville News-Sentinel writes that the Vol Nation has no reason to panic.
- Jeff Schultz of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that it didn't take Kiffin long to land in hot water again.
- LSU receivers coach D.J. McCarthy, linked to a possible NCAA violation that the school is investigating, turns in his resignation.
- The Louisville head coaching opportunity excites former Florida defensive coordinator Charlie Strong, writes David Jones of Florida Today.
- Ole Miss' football program was flagged for five secondary violations over the past five months, reports David Brandt of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
- Evan Woodbery of The Mobile Press-Register wonders what Tyrik Rollison's suspension means for 2010.
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