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Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Lunchtime links: Spurrier still going strong
By ESPN.com staff
Making the rounds in the SEC:
South Carolina coach
Steve Spurrier is 65 and still going strong
, writes Joseph Person of The State newspaper.
Paul Finebaum predicts
another 12-0 regular season
for defending national champion Alabama.
After waiting his turn, Auburn's
Mario Fannin could be in for a breakthrough season
, writes Jay G. Tate of The Montgomery Advertiser.
Kentucky's Nick Melillo has taken the
circuitous route to big-time football
and the top of the Wildcats' depth chart at tight end, writes Brett Dawson of The Louisville Courier-Journal.
With Zach Mettenberger gone,
Georgia may have helped itself
with top quarterback prospect Christian LeMay, writes Chip Towers of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Tennessee needs to put team first
off the field as well, writes John Adams of The Knoxville News-Sentinel.
Former Ole Miss star
Dexter McCluster gets his fill
of inquiring NFL scouts, writes David Brandt of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.