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Tuesday, November 16, 2010
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
Making the rounds in the SEC on a Tuesday:
Florida coach Urban Meyer says
Steve Addazio will return
as the Gators' offensive coordinator.
LSU's Les Miles says the
top-ranked SEC team deserves a shot
at the BCS national championship.
With Tyler Bray in at quarterback, Tennessee has shifted to
more of a passing offense
Ole Miss defensive tackle Jerrell Powe hasn't ruled out coming back and
playing another season for the Rebels
Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino says tight end D.J. Williams (shoulder) and defensive tackle Byran Jones (ankle) are
both probable for Saturday's game
at Mississippi State.
Paul Finebaum of The Mobile Press-Register wonders if the Cam Newton controversy is the
biggest story in college football history
Alabama faces a short week of preparation
with Georgia State coming to town on Thursday.
Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart
says he hasn't been formally contacted about the Kansas athletic director's job.
Even if Florida wasn't,
South Carolina says it was prepared
for last Saturday's East showdown in the Swamp.
Mississippi State senior center J.C. Brignone says the
Bulldogs need to rediscover their identity