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Friday, October 8, 2010
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
It's the Friday version of SEC lunch links:
Onterio McCalebb is displaying more durability
in Year 2.
Former Tennessee running back
Bryce Brown cites depression
as one of the reasons he wanted a release and says that he didn't fit in with the other players.
Florida coach Urban Meyer says quarterback
John Brantley is good to go
for Saturday's game against LSU. Running back Jeff Demps will also play, but won't be 100 percent with a sprained foot.
Alabama's defense inside the red zone
is a dead zone for opposing teams.
Alabama's all-time leading receiver, DJ Hall, was one of
two former Crimson Tide players arrested
Wednesday in Tuscaloosa on drug charges.
Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution takes a glass-half-full stance and examines how
Georgia might still win the SEC East
Kentucky's goal is to
bring down the big guy
-- Auburn quarterback Cameron Newton.
LSU fans recall their
wide gamut of emotions
at the end of last week's 16-14 win over Tennessee.
Mississippi State defensive coordinator Manny Diaz knows better than to
misjudge Houston's short-handed offense