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Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Lunchtime links: Spurrier sticks to script
By ESPN.com staff
Some of what's making headlines in the SEC:
South Carolina coach
Steve Spurrier sticks to the script
, praising Connor Shaw and challenging Stephen Garcia.
Brandon Marcello of The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette caught up with former Arkansas athletic director Frank Broyles, who looks back on the
Hogs' journey from the Southwest Conference to the SEC
LSU's Les Miles and Georgia's Mark Richt are
headed for falls
, writes Paul Finebaum of The Mobile Press-Register.
NFL life has been a big adjustment
for former Alabama All-America guard Mike Johnson, writes Chase Goodbread of The Tuscaloosa News.
Tim Tebow's mother, Pam Tebow, has
become a much-sought-after speaker
for parenting, women's groups and evangelical Christian groups.
Everybody loses under the
SEC's media lockdown
, writes Otis L. Sanford of The Memphis Commercial Appeal.
The struggles of ex-LSU players in the NFL are
not the fault of the LSU coaches
, writes Randy Rosetta of The Baton Rouge Advocate.