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Florida has come to terms with Arizona Cardinals secondary coach Teryl Austin to be the Gators' next defensive coordinator, reports Jeremy Fowler of The Orlando Sentinel.
Ellis Johnson's future points to Columbia after being locked up through 2013 with a new contract that will pay him $700,000 per year. His raise comes after new Tennessee coach Derek Dooley offered him $800,000 per year to be the Vols' defensive coordinator.
Tennessee intern Steve Rubio is linked to major recruiting violations at Central Florida.
Ed Marynowitz, Alabama's director of player personnel, was also involved in the major recruiting violations that led to Central Florida being placed on two years of NCAA probation.
Former Tennessee offensive lineman Daryle Smith, who was a member of the 1985 SEC championship team, died Thursday at the age of 46.
Gentry Estes of The Mobile Press-Register takes a look at the latest proposed rules changes for college football.